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South Coast Leisure Times : Spring 2015
30 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Just 15 minutes off the highway is the vibrant town of Huskisson, perched on the shores of Jervis 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. 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. Don’t miss the Club Husky Day On The Green,Saturday October 31, 8.30am 7.30pm. It’s a day of unrivaled fun and excitement with fun for all ages, magicians, games, face painting, Shoalhaven Zoo, sausage sizzle $2.50 and lots more. Live music by Genevieve Chadwick,Vice Squad and BlueTounge.www.clubhusky.com.au the best of the bay Take a break and relax - dining alfresco at Huskisson. Go fishing, take a cruise or learn to dive. Huskisson a cruise party The Husky Ferry plies the tranquil waters of Currambene Creek from Myola to Huskisson, weekends and school holidays. Sunset cruises up this unspoilt waterway are a delight. BYO wine and cheese p:0467 648 504 model & wooden boat festival The Jervis Bay Maritime Museum’s Model and Wooden Boat Festival will be held on the October Long Weekend October 3-4 .The festival will encompass a number of static wooden displays, a model boat exhibition, radio controlled boat s, children’s work- shops, pirate parade, scavenger hunt, entertainment, food and market stalls. The Model Boat exhibition in the Museum will showcase the art and craft of model boats built on a small scale.The exhibition will feature 25+ models and is an opportunity to view the exquisite workmanship that goes into making these intricate models.The Museum pond will be taken over by a variety of radio controlled boats from local clubs, the Coastal Waters ModelYacht Club and Basin RadioYacht Club. There will be a number of wooden boats on display in the Museum grounds. Locally built boats from the heritage fleet will also be on display including the hist or ic Lady Denman, an inner Sydney Harbour ferry built in Huskisson in 1911, the Crest, a fishing boat also built in 1911 and the museum’s latest edition the Kingfisher, a 30ft post World War II fishing boat. The Festival will also coincide with the monthly markets, held from 8am to 1pm on Saturday, October 3. You can step aboard the Lady Denman Ferry. 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