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South Coast Leisure Times : Winter 2017
www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 27 Huskisson/Jervis Bay 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 short 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. It’s also a great place to unwind with a spa treatment, massage by the sea or a yoga class. The award-winning Jervis Bay Caravan Park is the perfect spot to stay, especially for families. Don’t miss the Sydney Travelling Film Festival when it comes to Huskisson from August 25-27 with three days of the best in cinema from across Australia and around the world. See page 28. One hundred years ago, on September 14, 1914, Australia’s first submarine AE1 disappeared while patrolling the seas near present day New Guinea. No trace of the vessel or its 35 hands has ever been found to this day. This story is now being told in a new exhibition at the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum, War at Sea – the Navy in WWI, opening July 1. This Australian National Maritime Museum travelling exhibition draws on the personal accounts of navy servicemen – through their diaries, mementos, ship’s logs and letters home – to tell their incredible stories of bravery and sacrifice amidst the drudgery of life at sea, patrolling, blockading and escorting troopships. The exhibition features rare objects from the National Maritime Collection, the Australian War Memorial, and the National Film & Sound Archives. Also on display are poignant artefacts such as sailors love tokens and grand commemorative medallions dedicated to Australia’s first major naval victory – the defeat of the seemingly invincible German raider SMS Emden by HMAS Sydney in November 1914. Head out to Husky Naval history highlighted Passengers enjoy a sunset aboard the Husky Ferry. Photo: Warren Wilson A diorama showing the Royal Australian Naval Bridging Train at work building wharves at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli. Photo: Australian National Maritime Museum AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM TRAVELLING EXHIBITION www.jervisbaymaritimemuseum.asn.au 1 July – 15 October 2017 Jervis Bay Maritime Museum A partnership between Fleet Air Arm Museum, Nowra, and Jervis Bay Maritime Museum Woollamia Road, Huskisson NSW Open daily: 10AM – 4PM AW3252249