On leaving Sydney, for a three hour 45 minute drive to Mollymook, snow was forecast for Tasmania and the outside temperature was 14.5C. The car’s heating was turned up and navigating the urban sprawl was tackled in earnest. It wasn’t long before rolling hills, tinted with pale green, came into view and it was then possible to sit back and relax and enjoy being in the countryside.
“Would you like to be able to combine your passions, generate some extra income and enjoy your retirement? “
Thank you to Peppers Manor House for a lovely stay in the Southern Highlands. So good to getaway from the hustle and bustle for a few days!
Amazing Trip – we were there for an amazing wedding. Visiting Cape Town, Stellenbosch and Timbavati.
The North Shore has been home for Nina Paine all her life. Her father was a GP in St Ives before his death at the age of 36, and her mother was the calm and knowledgeable first point of contact for staff, students, parents and visitors at Ravenswood School for Girls in Gordon for almost 30 years.
If there’s one thing I have learned it’s that all children love to play, but every child’s needs may be different. I am hoping that this information can help give all children the experience of adventure, achievement, imagination and excitement in their play. Our local governments should be providing play spaces suitable to children of all abilities, so I went out looking for them. I found two playgrounds – one on the North Shore in Chatswood, and one just off the North Shore in Ryde.
Jack and Lucy from Gordon Shoe Repairs are celebrating the ten-year anniversary of their store in Gordon Centre; I enjoyed popping in recently for a chat and to say congratulations!
On the topic of wedding dresses there is one name on the North Shore that is sure to come up. For over thirty years, Peter Trends Bridal on the Pacific Highway in Roseville has created the perfect bridal gown for multiple generations of Sydney women.
02 Aug 1918 – 22 Jan 2017 – Turramurra has been fortunate to call artist Edna Garran-Brown a long-time resident, inspiration and wonderful friend. Recently passing at age 98, Edna Garran-Brown (Thew), devoted her career to art: “Over 70 years (I was 18 years old when I started painting),” she said. In doing so she raised money for multiple charities, her main passion being to heighten public awareness of Australia’s Indigenous people; in her words, “To be a voice for the Forgotten People.”