🍂 April School Holidays are coming up quickly - we're so excited! Our holiday parks offer a slice of paradise. Winding trails to hike, fresh regional produce to eat, excited pelicans to feed, and lakes to fish. A little bit of something for everyone.
Book your family holiday at Central Coast Holiday Parks.
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Box up and gift Sydney on a platter to millions of people? Completed it mate 📦🎁✅✅✅
Government House Sydney is a working heritage place and not just a museum. It is both the residence and the office of the NSW Governor - His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Ret'd) and His wife Mrs Linda Hurley. The house and gardens are open for tours but check the website for times and availability. The gardens are opened most days and small guided tours are usually available Fri- Sun.
This is what Sydney looks like more often than you’d imagine. Thick fog blankets the city when cooler air moves over the relatively warmer water of Sydney Harbour and Botany Bay. It often causes transport ‘chaos’ affecting road traffic and numerous flight cancellations. Yet it’s a perfectly normal phenomenon that occurs though out the year, which we can do nothing about. A disturbance for some, for me it’s another nice reminder that nature is, was, and always be in charge of life on Earth.
🌟COME ON DOWN🌟
~ With the rain set in what a better way to “rain check” than to visit some homes for sale this Saturday ~
10am - 22 Marine Parade, Kingscliff ✔️
11am - 1/19 Hungerford Lane Kingscliff ✔️
11.30am - 29 Dianella Drive, Casuarina ✔️
12.30pm - 2 Central Park Lane, Casuarina ✔️
2.00pm - Cotton Beach Resort ✔️
Open via appointment:
- 51 Cylinders Drive, Kingscliff
- 12 Banzai Street, Kingscliff
- 2 Knox Court, Kingscliff
- 11 She Oak Lane, Casuarina
- 6 Gaggin Way, Kingscliff
Out and about at sunset - a red Sydney Harbour Bridge for Chinese New Year.
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Sydney artist Chris Fox was commissioned to create a sculpture which aimed to evoke memories of past travel for passengers. This artwork, titled Interloop, has repurposed steps from the Wynyard’s original escalators that carried thousands of commuters to and from the station's main concourse. #interloop
Barangaroo is really taking shape. I love the old and new in this part of the city - spoilt for choice in terms of restaurants and cafes and some interesting shops as well. Easy access from Wynyard station or via bus and ferry or a quick walk from Pyrmont Bridge and Darling Harbour. Redevelopment of the area should be completed by 2023 but there is already plenty to enjoy on the streets and in Barangaroo Reserve. The area has significant heritage value. Barangaroo is named after a Cammeraygal woman who was a considerable influence in the days of the early European colony in Sydney. The area was used for fishing and hunting by Indigenous Australians prior to colonial settlement. The area is inclusive of The Hungry Mile, the name harbourside workers gave to the docklands area of Darling Harbour East during The Great Depression, where workers would walk from wharf to wharf in search of a job, often failing to find one.
SOLD. St John's Anglican Church in Tantawangalo. Recently this little old church went up for auction I went along for a sticky beak. Tantawangalo is a locality of around 230 people in dairying country in the Bega Valley.
The church has been the hub of the community since a wooden church was first built in 1877, and then replaced by the current brick church in 1908.
Now somebody has bought it how interesting.
We had some great guests checkout today - they didn't want to leave !! The outdoor bath was a favourite !! Jump on our website to treat yourself to a great stay away.... the outdoor shower and bath are calling you.....!! See you soon!!