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South Coast Leisure Times : Autumn 2014
Jervis Bay www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 31 Diving at Jervis Bay is compared to the Great Barrier Reef for its beauty, diversity and crystal clear waters. All year round divers come from far and near to enjoy this fabulous Marine Park, a sanctuary for thousands of nature’s wonderful creations. Dive Jervis Bay’s guided boat tours take you straight to Jervis Bay’s best kept secrets ensuring you see the best parts of the bay on your dive. Daily boat dives - beach dives and snorkelling classes. Check out the complete range of diving, snorkeling gear and some chandlery items for sale. Also at Dive Jervis Bay hire mountain bikes for healthy family fun. eco diving with nature Eco diving with nature. Dive Jervis Bay runs daily dive and snorkelling trips that take you straight to all the great spots to meet the locals and have a great underwater adventure. Dive Jervis Bay’s boat dives go to all the bay’s best kept secrets or hire some bikes and explore the coastline. festival of arts The 2014 See Change Winter Arts Festival promises to be an exceptional three weeks of artistic display and oppor tunit y. Hosted by Jer vis Bay and Basin Arts Inc, the Festival runs from May 16 through to June 9 this year, and features the rich talents of over 100 visual artists, writers, musicians, dancers, as well as circus and street performers.The festival plans to explore the full breadth of artistic expression, from traditional to contemporary. With 50 or more events over the three weeks, there are more than enough exciting exhibitions, workshops, per formances and activities to satisfy the appetite of all art lovers. Local cafes will become galleries, parks will turn into creative art and performance spaces, and community venues will be host to choirs and bands of all sorts. The Lady Denman Museum will be a major venue for exciting collaborative exhibitions, wor kshops and special celebrations. A festival with the backdrop of Jervis Bay and St. Georges Basin couldn’t ask for a more beautiful location, and every ‘See Change’ has been a spectacle. However, 2014 ‘See Change’ Co-ordinator Jenny Robertson is promising the biggest festival JBBArts has ever hosted and one where the whole community can join in, have a go, but most importantly have fun. Richard Morecroft is the Patron of ‘See Change’ and says the biennial festival has become an institution celebrating all things creative. “It’s a wonderful month – and whether you’re a local or a visitor, I urge you to sample as much as you can – and enjoy See Change 2014!” The 2014 See Change Winter Arts Festival full program can be found on Jer vis Bay and Basin Arts Inc. website www.jervisbayarts.asn.au Lizard by Kylie Wellington Learn to dive or snorkel with fully qualified friendly instructors • Daily Snorkel and dive trips • PADI Dive courses • Gear hire • Discover Scuba experiences • Mountain bike hire • Dive Shop 64 Owen St Huskisson Phone 04 4441 5255 email@example.com See our new online shop! www.divejervisbay.com AW1303309 16may-9june www.jervisbayarts.asn.au AW1335859 seechange 2014 winter arts festival