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South Coast Leisure Times : Winter 2015
www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 27 Just 15 minutes off the highway is the vibrant town of Huskisson, perched on the shores of Jer vis Bay and a favourite destination for a day out or a short break. Overlooking the sparkling waters of the bay, the village offers alfresco cafes and activities such as snorkelling, diving, cycling, swimming, kayaking, golf or take a cruise on the spectacular bay to see whales, dolphins, seals and scenery.There are plenty of parklands and playgrounds for the kids and great shopping for the ladies.The fashion boutiques and gift shops offer the best and latest at competitive prices. Don’t miss the 3rd Annual Husky Uke Muster 2015 at Club Husky – with the support of the local Ukulele group the VICE Squad on Saturday June 27 from 10am-10pm. Huskisson a camera on gallipoli The Australian War Memorial’s digital exhibition A camera on Gallipoli, featuring First World War photographs taken by Sir Charles Ryan, is now on display at the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum. In 1914, at the age of 61, Sir Charles Ryan was appointed consulting surgeon to the AIF, embarking from Melbourne in October towards the Middle East and on to Gallipoli. A camera on Gallipoli showcases a series of 39 candid photographs captured by Charles Ryan while serving with the AIF inTurkey in 1915. The photographs capture the reality behind the 1915 Gallipoli campaign, depicting a unique and often harsh view of our soldiers’ experiences. The exhibition is a centenary initiative to commemorate the centenary of the First World War and on display until 30 September. lois johnson, in translation Lois Johnson InTranslation is the first in a series of exhibitions celebrating and showcasing the work of prominent Shoalhaven artists, t o be held at the Jer vis Bay Maritime Museum. Her works are individual and distinctive, por traying Japanese subjects with a western eye that is often sharply satirical, but always with affection and humour. If you love stories of ships, shipwrecks and maritime history, the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum and Gallery at Huskisson is a must! The multi award winning Jer vis Bay Maritime Museum and Gallery is the focal point of the culture and history of the area.The Museum Displays a totally unique and educating selection of historical maritime artifacts as well as one of the world’s best collections of early survey equipment. A main feature is the massive ferry, the Lady Denman, faithfully restored and displayed under cover, you can step aboard and feel what it was like to cross the harbour, steer the boat and ring the bell. Don’t miss the produce markets at the museum grounds, first Saturday each month. visit the maritime museum Lois Johnson. indulge in a massage Unwind and feel amazing with a facial, massage or body treatment at the Husky Face and Body Studio, located upstairs in the HuskyYoga Studio (above Dive Jervis Bay) on Owen Street. Enjoy their ‘Treat your Feet Ritual’ each time you visit.They’re available 7- days a week by appointment. It’s your coastal facial, massage and body treatment studio. huskisson perfect year round Take a break and relax - dining alfresco at Huskisson. Go fishing, take a cruise or learn to dive. VISITING THE SHOALHAVEN? Did you know that Shoalhaven Water provides top quality drinking water and is rated one of the ‘best tasting’ water providers in NSW achieving 100% water quality compliance with the Australian Drinking Guidelines? When you are out and about why not try refilling your water bottle at one of the FREE WATER FILLING STATIONS across the Shoalhaven. KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR ONE IN YOUR LOCAL AREA. AW1555575