Myall Lakes Matters

Stormy dark clouds were popular photos this past week with this of Jimmy’s Beach by Michele Winn.

 

LAST week was stormy but the clouds cleared for locals to celebrate NAIDOC week and Remembrance Day.

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With five weeks to Christmas, tourism has been taking off with lots of local hospitality and catering jobs being advertised on social media in the lead up to the Christmas holidays.

For a local gift, purchase the Karuah Rural Fire Brigade new book on their history and help a good cause.

The book costs $30 from the Fire Station (Sunday mornings) or from the Karuah Visitor Center.

A quick update:

  • St Johns Op shop Bulahdelah will be opening Mondays in addition to the normal Friday and EFTPOS is safely available.
  • Tea Garden’s Ice Cream Shack, a long time favorite, have reintroduced tables and chairs outside safely in accordance with COVID guidelines, as have many local eateries so stay local for eating out.
  • Sunset cruises are still steaming away from Tea Gardens / Nelson’s Bay but be sure to book on 0412 682 117 or book online at https://portstephensferryservice.com.au.
  • Or drift slowly and cook a snag aboard a Tea Gardens BBQ boat which include glass sides for safe close dolphin viewing.

Please remember despite all the rain it is fire season and we have had a number Very High warnings issued, the level at which all fire permits are suspended.

Ensure you maintain a current bush fire survival plan and keep yourself informed about conditions and be ready to act if necessary.

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By Sandra MURRAY

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