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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2013
Batemans Bay / Braidwood & Surrounds 44 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au The celebrates over 10 days the wealth and vibrancy of a creative c ommunit y set in the beautiful environment of the Eurobodalla, Delight in an appetising program of live music, theatre, film, visual arts and literature from one end of the shire to the other.. Program highlights include; -- a celebration of Moruya's social hub for Aboriginal people in the 1950's and 60's, and other special guests plus at inaugural Literary Luncheon . Don't miss the spectacular collection of artists exhibitions throughout the shire adorning shop windows, galleries and open studios to name only a few elements of this year's festival. www.eurobodalla.com.au/riverof-art.ntml Inspired from the community and presented by volunteers in collaboration with local businesses, Eurobodalla River of Art promises to inspire. For more information on Braidwood - a destination to stop, shop and stay in the atmosphere of history visit www.braidwoodnsw.com If your soul craves a good hearty feast of art, a visit to Braidwood could be a very satisfying solution. Not only does Braidwood have a nationally , honoured by the NationalTrust, the town offers a generous collection of art galleries, artists' studios, antique shops, specialty shops and cafes and coffee shops with menus to tempt the simplest and most particular of palates. The is truly remarkable and the stories and relics from times past, myth and legend abound. Braidwood locals have participated as extras in a number of well known films - shot in this delightful district. On the 4th Saturday each month, the provide a showplace for an eclectic range of crafts, pre-loved books and plants. Don't miss on with lots of fun and activities in the park and a historic street parade between 1 & 2pm. Coming up is the at the NationalTheatre on the June long weekend. So, aim for the Kings Highway, then head for the historic and welcoming town of Braidwood which is situated about half way in travelling time between Batemans Bay and Canberra. Once you have arrived, you won't want to leave! Restored buildings of yesteryear. tfffrhit ric braid d celerat e arierfart Being the major town in Eurobodalla, is rapidly developing to satisfy the more sophisticated needs of holiday makers and travellers.The many facilities and location make the Bay an ideal base for day trips to unique towns like and . Located at the entrance to the Clyde River, the Bay's accommodation varies from resort facilities, apartments and motels to the increasingly popular water front units at the holiday parks (see Easts Riverside Holiday Park page 46). From Batemans Bay it is easy to explore the many beaches around the coast through Batehaven, Surf Beach andTomakin back to the historic shopping centre of Mogo. Just ten minutes drive south of Batemas Bay, the historic village of Mogo is a renowned shopping destination offering a huge range of pr oducts including fashion, home wares, gifts, art, Australiana, galleries and plenty of cafes. Make sure you give yourself a few hours to take it all in.Then travel on to picturesque and . Further south enjoy and . The Bay is a haven for shoppers with boutiques and gift shops and the central shopping complex offering more than 40 retail outlets. Batemans Bay was voted one of the happiest towns to live in NSW. ay rip an ayi Jimmy LittleTrio with James Henry. A family fun day. Deep River Choir. McLeod Gallery The All Australian Gallery • Paintings in oils watercolours & pastels • Woodturned items • Pottery, ceramics • Wearable art, jewellery Also, local Alpaca yarn and kits and a wonderful range of jigsaw puzzles based on Australian art OPEN 7 DAYS The Albion Centre, Wallace Street Braidwood • Ph: 4842 2626 Yvonne West 2325104 Lamp Shop 84A Duncan Street, Braidwood Turn into Duncan St off Wallace St at Landmark Store Open: Sat/Sun 10am-5pm or call anytime on 0408 483 255 firstname.lastname@example.org www.kero-lamps.com.au We mail order Australia & worldwide BRAIDWOOD Our unique business specialises in vintage & antique lamps & replacement parts. Everything for the lamp enthusiast or collector. Please call in to see the huge collection of antique & kerosene lamps displayed in our showroom - a complete range of rare and collectable lamps spanning 200 years of lighting. TOg l 2206366 Your bush holiday ... • 12 refurbished units & cottage on 28 acres of Australian bush • Reasonable rates • Ideal for families, couples & large groups • Enjoy bushwalks, trout fishing, gold fossicking, tennis, volleyball, swimming in the river & play area for children. Located on the banks of the Mongarlowe River just 15 kms from Braidwood. Ph 02 4842 8034 Email: Tombarra1@bigpond.com TOMBARRA HOLIDAY UNITS 2106738
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