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SunsetSips@SOLSTICE  - REPORT and PHOTO GALLERY here...
 
March 2021 Newsletter - in FULL COLOUR  here...
 
Central Coast Council Judicial Inquiry Petition successful.  Over 20,000 signatures means it will be debated in and webcast from the Legislative Assemby @ 4pm Thursday 6 May 2021. More here...
 
December 2020 Santa on the Water - Report and Photo Gallery here...
 
2021 AGM POSTPONED - full explanation here...
 
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OUR Island Bridge update - see "Our Island Bridge" page to find out what's happening.
     
Greening St Huberts - Council's plans to re-afforest the Island here...

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SunsetSips 2019#3

SOLSTICE PARK

 


 

Photo Gallery here...

REPORT

For some reason, every time we hold a SunsetSips at Solstice Park, the weather is spectacular.

The first (2017) produced the most amazing sunset with "thousands" of photos taken, the second  year gave us heavy rain squalls where the sunset should have been, and this year clear skies, minimal midgies and at least one cloud to photograph.

A quick headcount by the Webmaster came to about 120 big and little kids enjoying another relaxed community evening with ample sausages, rissoles, onions, champers and (responsible mid-strength) beer.

The evening was particularly successful as many "new" Island residents  and their young and eager children joined the "oldies" to meet and chat with each other.

An early start to the evening (4pm) due to deceased Daylight Saving, the Sunset time (5.27pm) and the late rise of the incredibly brilliant new moon (about 7pm) resulted in most revellers leaving once darkness hit.

Even the last table of "hard-core" Islanders left not long after that, leaving Mr & Mrs Webmaster and two Attunga-ites to chew the fat a little longer as the new moon started to light up Solstice Park, and their refreshments ran out(!!).

 

A great time had by all Islanders who joined the Association Committee at this SunsetSips.