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Website last updated: Friday 8 November 2019

Instant Notices...

St Huberts Day Family BBQ - Report and photos here.
 
SEPTEMBER 2019 newsletter - in FULL COLOUR and now  here.
 
Report & Photos: Christmas in July @ Daleys Kitchen Here...
  
Report & Photos: Biggest Morning Tea Here...
 
Greening St Huberts - Council's plans to re-afforest the Island here...
 
Climate Change & Council - Check it out   here...
      
Print a Map of the Island! -  Here...
  • SunsetSips#1 - 5pm Saturday February 2020 @ Attunga. Date to be confirmed. The first SunsetSips of the new year. Watch here for more info.
  • Annual General Meeting - 7.30pm Thursday March 12 2020 @ The Cove Hall. Watch here for more info.
  • SunsetSips #2- 5pm Saturday March 2020 @ Beachfront. Date to be confirmed. Watch here for more info.
  • Daylight Savings ends - 3am Sunday April 5 - FALL back from 3am to 2am.
  • SunsetSips#3 - 4pm Saturday April 11 2020 @ Solstice. Plus a MONSTER EASTER EGG HUNT on this Easter Saturday. Watch here for more info.

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Australia Day 2018

on

St Huberts Island

 

The day dawned on Friday 26 January 2018, and many Islanders immediately noticed that little elves (?) had been very busy overnight/early morning.

Many of the major roads on the Island had been "en-flagged" in front of each property with small Australian flags.

On closer inspection we discovered a need to thank Trina and Steve Gribble, principals of our local Domain Real Estate office.

The flags were placed along Helmsman from the bridge to Marina View, then circling around Marina View into Nautilus then back to Helmsman. They started again at Mainsail, continued in to Solstice with a branch along the way to Heron.

It really was a surprising and impressionable sight to see our national flag on display in such a manner.

This crazed Webmaster drove all around the Island and took more than 40 photos, many from ground level, to document this day on the Island. (Some of you may well have seen this guy sitting or laying on the ground with camera in hand!!).

Only a selection of these photos appear here - and some Islanders might want to "spot the street" with some of them.

 

Gallery is here...