Much Love for Mums at Stuarts Point

Mum and Grandma Anthena ‘Anne’ Brown with husband Terry by her side, enjoying a long lunch proudly surrounded by relatives.

SUNDAY 11 May dawned with a glowing promise of sunshine for Mother’s Day after many days of deluges throughout the region, with many extended families availing themselves of the brunch, lunch and dinner menus in and around Stuarts Point.

The Stuarts Point Tavern was a popular venue, offering a sumptuous three course degustation with a selection of entrees, mains and deserts, plus a gift bag for the precious Mums, or the ubiquitous ‘Roast of the Day’.

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Mum and Grandma Anthena Brown (Anne), with husband Terry by her side, enjoyed a long lunch proudly surrounded by relatives.

“We have almost four generations here, the latest due in a few months’ time,” Anne said.

Former Stuarts Point resident Zan Moc was visiting from Macksville and delighted in a lunchtime session of reminiscing with new and old mates.

Others were visiting from Hickeys Creek.

Local cafes provide a languid location for family gathering over fish and chips and burgers, either consumed on site or at the nearby foreshore picnic park, where the little ones frolicked on the play equipment.

“We enjoyed a beautiful meal at Ocean Blend Cafe, Stuarts Point,” Lyn Maloney was pleased to comment.

“Thanks to Tania and helpers… it was delicious.”

Staff at Stuarts Point Workers Club reported the largest crowd of luncheon visitors they’ve had in years, with many staying on for a relaxing afternoon and the regular Sunday meet raffles.


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