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South Coast Leisure Times : Summer 15-2016
The Jervis Bay Maritime Museum is home to the Lady Denman Ferry as well as a significant collection of maritime artefacts. The museum has two exhibitions on show during summer. The first is Home/On Country which features 40,000 years of Aboriginal culture woven into possum skin cloaks by Indigenous elders across southern Australia captured in a unique photographic exhibition. This ancient tradition of etching cultural knowledge and survival facts onto possum skins using ochre and hot pokers to create traditional cloaks was revived a decade ago thanks to the dedication of a group of Aboriginal women. Photographer Sarah Rhodes has captured the magic of these cloaks and the women who created them in her intriguing exhibition Home/On Country on at the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum until January 19, 2016. Tracey Moffatt’s Something More will show from January to April, 2016. Tracey is one of Australia’s most successful artists. A filmmaker as well as photographer, she first came to prominence in the Australian art world with her series Something More. It was commissioned in 1989 by the Albury Art Gallery and shot in the Link Studios in Wodonga. The Something More series set the tone and themes for much of her later work. The exhibition has travelled both nationally and internationally and this collection of unique photographs will be on at the museum for a limited time from Friday, January 22 until Monday, April 25, 2016. SOMETHING DIFFERENT 20 MARKET STYLE SHOPS ON 2 LEVELS Located Right in the HEART OF HUSKISSON Open 7 Days • 10-5 67 Owen St. Next to Husky Pub See a wide range of products including men’s and women’s fashions and accessories / homewares / art / furniture / vintage and collectables HEA 67O RENT SON Pub AW1795974 BE PLEASANTLY SURPRISED Huskisson/Jervis Bay Head out to Husky The vibrant town of Huskisson is just 15 minutes off the Princes Highway, perched on the shores of Jervis Bay. It’s a favourite destination for a day out or a shor t break. Overlooking the sparkling waters of the bay, the village offers alfresco cafes and activities such as snorkelling, diving, cycling, swimming, kayaking, golfing and cruising. There are plenty of parklands and playgrounds for the children and shopping for the grown-ups. The fashion boutiques and gift shops offer the best and latest at competitive prices. Cruise the serene waters The Husky Ferry plies the tranquil waters of Currambene Creek from Myola to Huskisson on weekends and during school holidays. Sunset cruises up this unspoilt waterway are a delight. Bring your own wine and cheese. Phone 0467 648 504 for bookings. Photography exhibitions reveal a sense of culture and curiosity A still from Home/On Country of Nancy Rooke. A scene captured by Tracey Moffatt for her exhibit Something More. www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 35