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Monthly Archives: January 2017

One Wave at North Mollymook Beach

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North Mollymook Beach Hosts ‘One Wave’

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Sunrise over Mollymook, greets ‘One Wave’ participants

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Founders & organisers at the Mollymook ‘One Wave’ event

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Grant and Sam, ‘OneWave’ founders travelled from Sydney for this special event which was organised by locals, Monica M., Jenny L. and Emma from the Milton Yoga Hub. It was the third local ‘OneWave’ event as the sun rose over North Mollymook Beach.

Grant and Sam shared their personal experiences in regard to mental health and mental health awareness with the key note described by Monica, “That we are not alone, we are all touched by it and there is bucket loads of love and support to be shared”. Moni also mentioned that “We don’t heal in isolation, but in community” and this is the aim of our third ‘One Wave’Event.

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‘The Fish Shop’ Burrill Lake

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Fresh Prawns from ‘The Fish Shop’, Burrill Lake

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Fresh Coila lake Prawns

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Delivery of fresh Coila lake Prawns

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Lake Prawns: Smaller but definitely nicer!

Zoran at Burrill Lake, your local fishmonger has FRESH local Coila Lake prawns available at ‘The Fish Shop’ lake Burrill. A little smaller than those sourced from the Sydney fish market or the imported prawns but they are more likely to taste better and certainly taste much fresher.

The balmy nights and warmer waters during summer is an amazing time for prawn fishing. But best advice when buying prawns is to look for the smaller ones as they are usually much sweeter. And as is the case with all seafood, the fresher the better! That’s why many locals buy the local Coilia Lake prawns from Zoran at Burrill Lake.

Contact details: Phone (02) 4455 1906      Address: 107 Princes Highway, Burrill Lake

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Showcasing Mollymook Beach

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Dolphin out paces the Mollymook Surf Club Ladies Boat Crew

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Lenny calls out “Row faster” as the Dolphin out paces the Surf Boat

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Save the Date – Mollymook Annual Ocean Swim 2017

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Mollymook on show

Dolphins, ocean swimmers, ocean ski paddlers, Mollymook outriggers, the Mollymook Ladies Vet surf boat crew and the emergence of a third ocean swim group who follow on from the 6.30 am group and the later 7.00 am group.  This third group set off at 8.00 am daily from the surf club to sooky’s corner and return. (Eligibility for joining the 3rd group: You either need to be a former Olympian or boatie)

Native Cafe Ulladulla Reviews

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Wholesome food & Great Coffee

Breakfast: A ‘Kickstart bowl‘ with scramble eggs, avocado, beetroot, baby spinach and kale. ‘Brekky wrap‘ with scramble eggs, seared ham, baby spinach, cheddar and more. ‘Bonza bircher‘ with oats, apple, yoghurt, nuts, raw honey and much more

Lunch: A ‘Garden wrap‘ with Mushies, corn, baby spinach, carrot, cucumber, red cabbage and much more. ‘Energy bowl‘ with brown rice, almonds, beetroot, pomegranate, currants, baby spinach, and much more. ‘Kaleidoscope salad‘ with cayenne sweet potato, red cabbage, corn, cucumber, beetroot, hommus, paprika and more.

Refreshments: Will & Co. coffee, a variety of teas, smoothies, organic coconut water, kombucha and a variety of juices.

Open daily from 6.30 am  Ph: 4455 4789 Facebook: Native Cafe

The ‘Milton Coffee Hub’ – Duke & Co.

 

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The ‘Milton Coffee Hub’ – Duke & Co.

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Hosts: David and Rebecca Wilson provide Pablo & Rusty’s Specialty coffee complimented with a fabulous breakfast and Lunch menu made from fresh local organic produce sourced from Claydon Park, Milton.

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Details:

phone: 0408 601 621         map & address: 6/41 Wason Street, Milton

Website: Facebook – Duke & Co. Cafe, Milton

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Open Daily: 6.00 am to 3.00 pm Monday to Friday & 7.00 am to 3.00 pm Saturday & Sunday.

Adam Head Chef at the Native Cafe Ulladulla

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Adam (formerly Bannisters Pavilion) joins the Expanded Native Cafe, as ‘Head Chef’

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Adam ‘Head Chef’ at the Native Cafe

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Erin and Ben young entrepreneur owner’s

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The young entrepreneur’s Erin & Ben takes on an adjoining shop front overlooking the harbour to further his ambitions bringing ‘wholesome’ food to the Ulladulla locals and the many tourist who visit this beautiful coastal area. Opened a little over a year ago, with enthusiastic young staff and creative food mixes they quickly established the Native Cafe as the ‘cutting edge’ cafe in the local area.

Their most recent innovation besides acquiring the adjoining shop front was to employ one of Bannister’s top chefs to add further variety and eloquence to their menu offerings. Besides all this, the Native Cafe commands the most prestiges location looking onto Ulladulla harbour.

The writer and his friends all agree on one thing, the food and coffee offerings are exceptional. The only difficulty the elderly writer has is getting his head around some of the descriptive names given by these youngsters to the various meals.

A ‘Daybreak Bowl’? It’s obviously that healthy wholesome meal you start the day with!

‘Smooshed avo’? Isn’t that obvious? It’s mashed avocado?

‘Googs on toast’? Silly me, isn’t it another name for eggs?

For dummies like me, my wife says “just read the ingredients and you will quickly see what is in each dish” Alternatively be like my friend, he observes with absolute amazement the spectacular dishes others receive and then says “I’ll have one of them”. Don’t let me put you off. The food and coffee offerings are to be savoured, and like me and my elderly friends, you will keep coming back.

Milton Entertainment Centre – Full House

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Special Guest Celebrity plays to a full house at the Milton Entertainment Centre – ‘The Star’

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Full house at the Star Entertainment Centre

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Mike the guest artist and lyrics king

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The ‘Star’ Auditorium welcomed lyrics king Mike G. from the ACT for a few unique renditions on the guitar and a specially prepared item titled ‘Fiddle Man’. The latter was in honour of resident violinist Raymondo and his ‘partner in crime’ country musician Jimmy W. The Monday concert at the Milton Star Hotel continues to grow in leaps and bounds. Guests came from as far a field as Sydney and Canberra.

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2017 Annual New Years Day Swim

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2017 Annual New Years Day ‘Length of Beach’ Swim – Mollymook

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New Years Day Swim 2017 (Some of the punters)

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Roscoe does both legs (4 km)

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Something’s Brewing Tea House CLOSED

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Devonshire Tea, Jam and Scones – Mid-week

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Directions: The Chambers, ground level, Wason Street entry.

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Something’s Brewing is the Speciality Tea Shop in Milton. They have over 120 varieties of tea. They also have all the accessories to make that perfect cuppa! In stock are infusers, tea pots, strainers, sugar sticks, fine bone china, storage tins, books , tea pot clocks, tea pot paper weights and much much more. You can also buy stock online at www.somethingsbrewing.com.au

NEWS: Something’s Brewing has recently opened the adjoining shop servicing Devonshire tea, jam, cream and scones during the week and a high tea on Sunday’s. (Please book for the high tea)      Owner / operators are Peter and Sue Sherlock.

Devonshire teas available 10 am – 4 pm Monday to Saturday (closed Tuesday), Sundays 10 am – 3 pm

Phone: 4455 6996 or Facebook: Something’s Brewing