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South Coast Leisure Times : Spring 2015
www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 23 a magnificent outlook Set high on Cambewarra Mountain between Nowra and Kangaroo Valley, this historic teahouse, now a fully licenced gourmet café, is an utterly wonderful experience.There’s a new look, fresh food menu, great coffee, fresh scones and homemade jam, even gourmet milkshakes. Guests can dine in comfort, alfresco on the deck or indoors, all with the spectacular views. The display of historic information is a good reminder oftheolddays. TheLookoutis a not to be missed experience, give yourself plenty of time, there is lots to take in. Dine on the deck at the lookout. Kangaroo Valley Chaika, one of the many great performers at the festival. Organisers of the annual Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival, October 16 18, think it will be the best yet with a huge lineup of artists performing in Australia’s most beautiful valley! Exciting act s from around Australia includeTotally Gourdgeous, Women in Docs,The BordererS, John Bennett & David Hyams, Nick Rheinberger, Horse & Wood, Paul Greene, Nigel Wearne,The Button Collective, Sparrow Folk, Kangaleles plus 40 other acts in 6 venues. This year, at the showground, there will be two circus tents to add to the festive atmosphere. The main marquee is a giant circus tent and smaller acts will be in the intimate La Petit Grande, a mini art deco circus tent, reminiscent of the famous Spiegeltent.The Hall, Pavilion, Pony Club and bar will all be buzzing with concerts, workshops and jam sessions. Most of the action takes place at the showground, some concerts and other activities are also at the Public School, St Joseph’s Church,The Anglican Church and several cafes around the village. All venues are small and allow you to get up close and personal with the performers. Poets will love the daily poets’ breakfast.The written poetry competition has child, youth and open categories. Download an application form from the festival website.There is also a Poetry Reciter OfTheYear competition on Sunday. The fantastic Kids Festival will keep the kids entertained for hours and features Super Kenny, Maypole with Molly,The Puddin’ Eaters, Naomi’s CraftTent and lots more. Accompanied children under 12 get in for free! For all details on the many workshops for dancing, singing, music, songwriting and events go to the website. Discounted early bird weekend tickets are on sale now: www.kangaroovalleyfolkfestival.com.au Weekend tickets plus day and evening tickets will be on sale at the festival. kick up your heels at folk festival Country town fun for the kids. Sparrow folk. Totally Gordgeous. Nick Rheinberger. The Lookout Cambewarra Mountain Gourmet café verandah dining glorious views open 7 days Mon to Fri 9:30 – 4:30. breakfast Sat & Sun from 8.ooam 1 Cambewarra Lookout Rd Beaumont 4465 1321 (off McDonalds roundabout Bomaderry) historic lookout & cafe AW1700542 Gold Winner Tourism Cafe 2015 South Coast Tourism Awards