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South Coast Leisure Times : Spring 2012
www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 39 "This unique co astline has many hidden se crets held within the tide line, a cycle of nature all of its own, where I am drawn to create ephe meral art/s culpture. "This involves walking, touching and connecting to the spirit of the pla ce, which is where the secrets hide... "The South Coast is a dreaming playground, filled with the spirit of nature. My work is a reaction to material and these places, and a way of communicating with nature" ...Dean Ware. will be exhibiting works of nature at Artfest's SOAP exhibition at the Alley Gallery, Dunn Lewis Centre, Ulladulla and you can view his latest works on Net google "driftfoot". For workshop information and sales contact Dean Ware on 4455 2970. cr fh c a li ManyanaArts and Crafts Market presents local artists with and their art and craft stalls on Sunday, September 30 of the long weekend from 10-3pm. Browse through a , photographs and craft items as well as enjoy all the market regulars... cakes, pickles, saus age sizzle and more! Artists include Paul Jensen and Wilma Southan, photographer Kim Walsh and ' with their memorabilia, plus colouring book, fridge magnets,T-shirts & postcards by Kerry Woods and Natalia Kujbida. Held at the ManyanaYulunga Community Hall on Sunset Strip Manyana, -- entry is free. More info 4456 1913 manyana art & craft market Artworks by Wilma Southan. Right: It's just a short drive to Granite Falls (pictured) and Ge orge Boyd lo okouts. Take theTwelve Mile Road off the highway, 5km north of Lake Conjola. b ach and b uhalking at b ndal ng Bendalong is real holidays ... the moment you arrive and get out of your car you will feel it.Take in the fresh clean sea air filtered through the surrounding native fauna, the sounds of the sea and chatting birds. Once settled there is no need to use your car at all. Just an easy 10 minute stroll takes you to the local general/liquor store, with every thing you will need and there's an alfresco café. A stay in Bendalong is perfect for a recharge. The local fishermen at the boat ramp will direct you to all the best spots. If you're ready for a cosmopolitan hit, the thriving village of Milton is just a 20 minute country drive away, a treat in itself and it's just another five minutes to Mollymook's famous golf courses. If you are in the area and looking for a new holiday or short break destination, call in and have a look at Enjoy beach and bush walks, swimming, snorkeling, surfing, fishing, tennis, kayaking and bike riding. Bendalong Point Tourist Park offers you the fine balance of nature's best. Book into a range of accommodation from campsite to cabins with all the comforts of home. Dean Ware. Bendalong / Manyana Bendalong / Manyana look no further www.holidayhaven.com.au/Bendalong Get away from it all in a tranquil bushland setting and rediscover the South Coast's idyllic nature and landscapes. Our Park's cabins with ocean views and shady campsites are the ideal place to relax on a short coastal break or enjoy a traditional family holiday. With access to Inyadda surf beach and the calmer waters of Washer womans and Boat Harbour beaches, everyone will enjoy fun in the water. In those quieter moments, kick back and enjoy the company of the resident wildlife including kookaburras, rosellas and kangaroos, as well as the famous stingrays that visit the boat ramp. Red Point Road, Bendalong NSW 2539 Toll Free 1300 733 025 Bendalong Point Tourist Park 2235990
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