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South Coast Leisure Times : Autum 2016
48 South Coast www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Ulladulla Millhouse artists are once again presenting an art exhibition at Easter, showcasing beautiful paintings which are both contemporary and traditional in all media. There’s something for everyone at reasonable prices. The exhibition which is very much part of the Easter festivities, runs from Wednesday, March 23-29 and opens daily downstairs in the Civic Centre (opposite Ulladulla harbour) from 9.30am-4pm. By purchasing a raffle ticket at the exhibition you could win a beautiful Narrawallee seascape by well known ar tist Yvette Murphy. Admission is free. The winner of the first ever Kidgeeridge Battle of the Bands competition will share the festival stage with some of the country’s hottest musicians. Bands from the Shoalhaven, Eurobodalla and Kiama regions are invited to enter the competition aimed at offering a leg up to up-coming bands. Musicians from all genres are encouraged to apply to compete at the 2016 Battle of the Bands, from singer songwriters, punk and rock bands, country music singers through to acoustic duos and folk bands. Kidgeeridge Music Festival will give the winner the oppor tunity to share the stage with some of Australia’s greatest musicians at the 2016 event to be held at the Milton Showground on April 22 and 23 (see page 35). The competition will be held at the Ulladulla Civic Centre on March 19 and provides and opportunity for people to come and see a great show of local up and coming talent. Application forms are available from the festival website: www. kidgeeridge.com.au. Tickets are $10 per person (Under 12s free) and are available from the Milton Ulladulla ExServo’s Club and at the door. First prize will be a performance in the Friday night line-up at the Kidgeeridge Music Festival as well as weekend tickets for each performing band member and a $300 cash prize. Second place getters will also receive weekend festival tickets. Easter art show Bands to do battle Millhouse Easter Art Show showcases traditional and contemporary paintings. Travelling back through time is possible thanks to the Gondwana Coast Fossil Walk. Visitors and locals are encouraged to take a walk back through geological time with a guided fossil walk on the shores of Ulladulla Harbour. The two-and-a-half hour guided walks which have been running since December 2009 have proven extremely popular. Those people interested in the region’s fascinating geological history will be able to take advantage of the full guided walks. The fossil walk is an exciting and enjoyable activity taking in world class fossils and conducted on easily accessible horizontal rock platforms. It is suitable for people of all ages. The walks begin with a briefing session where par ticipants learn how to identify each of the groups of fossils before embarking on the guided stroll. The fossil walk is operated by a not-for-profit group of enthusiastic local volunteers, the Gondwana Coast Fossil Walk Incorporated. The group aims to continue to develop the geo- tourism potential of Ulladulla’s natural heritage. The cost for guided walks is $10 for adults, $5 for school-aged children. Families are $25. See the Milton, Ulladulla, Mollymook and District Visitor Guide 2016 for dates and times. To book visit the Fossil House, which is open every day during school holidays, except Sundays, from 10am until 3pm, or visit or call the visitors centre on 4448 8820 or go to www. gondwanacoastfossilwalk.com. au. The group is also running Aboriginal cultural walks with an experienced guide. On the north side of the harbour, a 500 million year Geological Time Walk, which follows a concrete path through a relandscaped Brodie Park is the group’s latest venture. The time walk has appeal as a community resource, but also complements the fossil walk. The time walk is one of only seven in the world. It is self- guided and has a supporting leaflet. The Gondwana Fossil Walk recently moved to Ulladulla’s Oldest House on Green Street. The new premises has been dubbed Fossil House. Inside, visitors can see a magnificent display of museum quality fossils in three rooms. Entry is free. Go back in time The Gondwana Coast Fossil Walk is a trip back through history. AVAILABLE AT Harbour Book Shop & ABC Centre Shop 5/Rowens Arcade. 93 Princes Highway, Ulladulla Under Funland. P: 02 4454 4044 HARBOUR BOOKSHOP WWW.HARBOURPUBLISHING.COM.AU AW1820739 Easter Art Show Annual Art Exhibition Civic Centre, Ulladulla downstairs opposite Ulladulla Harbour ALSO VISIT the Millhouse Courtyard Gallery, Milton (opp PO) Open 10am - 4pm Sat, Sun & all school holidays ~ Admission free www.millhouseartsociety.com ON DISPLAY - Wednesday March 23 to Tuesday March 29 daily 9.30am - 4pm WWWWW Afternoon Shadows Narrawallee by Yvette Murphy Millhouse Art Society AW1878610