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South Coast Leisure Times : Spring 2015
relax by the harbour Shellharbour Village by the sea is a popular day out destination to eat, shop and explore. Still retaining its village charm, there is plenty to do and the kids love the playground and parklands down by the harbour. For family fun or if you want to burn off some callories try out the picturesque sea poolThere’s a great variety of fashion boutiques, cafes, restaurants and of course the famous award winning Ocean Beach Hotel. For some healthy exercise there are excellent walk ways around the foreshores to the beach and Bass Point reserve, or maybe a game of golf atThe Links Shellcove.You can hire everything you need or have a lesson or test out the renowned 18 hole course. Call into the multi award winning Shellharbour Visitors Centre, they can provide you with information on walking trails and the many local attractions including the Illawarra Light Rail, the amazing HARS air museum, the Tongarra Museum and many more of the local secrets. Shellharbour & Surrounds 14 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Shellharbour village, renowned for its fashion boutiques, cafes, beaches and golf. classic entertainment at the roo theatre Catch some great Spring shows at the RooTheatre. othello. october 23-31 This modern day version follows the original fairly closely; Iago (or ‘Jago’ in this version) is up to his old tricks deceiving and seducing everyone in order to bring down the noble Othello. However, the big difference is that it’s set modernday and revolves around the lives of a number of highranking police officers. street car named desire. september 19-26 Modernized and Adapted for the stage by Mark Rylander from the screenplay by Andrew Davies (famous for Brideshead Revisited, Bridget Jones’ Diary and House of Cards, amongst a multitude of others). The story follows the original fairly closely; Iago (or ‘Jago’ in this version) is up to his old tricks deceiving and seducing everyone in order to bring down the noble Othello. However, the big difference is that it’s set modernday and revolves around the lives of a number of high- ranking police officers. For show details,book online www.rootheatre.com.au. address, Addison St Shellharbour Village. Dining at the Ocean beach Hotel. Open 7 days (9am to 5pm) Cnr Addison & Wentworth Streets, Shellharbour Village Let our friendly team assist you with accommodation, attractions, events, dining out, maps, souvenirs and more Book online at www.visitshellharbour.com.au Call for a free copy of the Shellharbour Visitors Guide 1300 65 6169 or 4221 6169 AW1524911 TOURISM ‘‘South Coast’ by Gary Laird Unit 5/29-31 Durgadin Dr, Albion Park Rail p. 4257 7117 www.lairds.com.au Featuring an Art Gallery with many works by Gary Laird and other selected artists. A comprehensive framing service with the latest mouldings as well as artists materials. Located in the Central Business Park. AW1485407