Despite the foul weather last weekend and the reduced number of
attendants, Watermarks was still considered a success, and
extraordinary group of people live offshore.
To all the
organisers, Tracy Ponich, Anne Palmer, Annette
Smail and Andy Palmer and Penny Gleen and the many tireless
volunteers, you have made this community proud yet again. I am sure I
speak for us all when I say thank you for the time and effort
put into this. To use Tracy
Smith's comments... " It is people like you that keep this
Watermarks - Thanks
Wharf Pontoon Update
Leftover Stock from Watermarks
Maritime Safety out in Force this Weekend
Grand final at the Fireshed
Dog Training on SI Starting
Book Launch at Gone Fishing Gallery
Pilates Classes Starting again
Dogs Strike again
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NSW Daylight Saving
Starts Sunday 2 October 2011 at 2:00 am
saving begins in New South Wales on Sunday 2 October 2011 at 2:00 am,
when clocks will be put forward one
saving ends again in New South Wales on Sunday 1 April 2012, at 3:00 am
when clocks will be put back one hour.
future summers, daylight saving in New South Wales begins at 2:00 am,
Eastern Standard Time, on the first Sunday in October and ends at 3:00
am Eastern Daylight Saving Time on the first Sunday in April.
a line to say how sorry I was that the weather spoilt Watermarks - I
know how hard Anne and her team worked to make it a success - also the
girls at the Fireshed & Kindy making all that lovely food -
all deserve a big round of applause and acknowledgment from the rest
of the community.
all of you and your partners, Tracy Ponich, Anne Palmer Annette
Ritchie, (Ian Smail and Andy Palmer, the long suffering husbands) and
of course Penny Gleen,
a huge thank you for a wonderful weekend.
and I were in the gallery all weekend, we heard only praise for the
organisation and smooth running under the most difficult of
To Andy Palmer, Tracy Ponich and Ian Smail for
holding the fort in the foulest of situations. You looked like drowned
rats with the biggest smiles and positive attitudes.....
you were here there and everywhere I can only imagine the load you
carried......It is people like you that keep this community alive.
Paul and Tracy
second all of that!
heard nothing but enormous praise about the organisation. One couple
told us that from the moment they arrived at Pittwater High to every
studio and yummy morsel they tasted they were treated like kings and
couldn't have had a better time....a credit to you guys who put in all
the hard work while we swanned about in our dry studios making cups of
tea for all the brave souls who visited us at Artspace Rouge.
A HUGE THANK YOU from us too,
would also agree in congratulating everyone on a tremendous effort, one
couple said today and I quote “ we had to come out in the
as we couldn’t let you all down”
also like to say a big thank you to the Anne Palmer the WaterMarks
committee and Penny. This was the best organised and presented event
. The volunteers and ferry masters were absolutely wonderful
must have been absolutely freezing and knackered by the end of the
of the new pontoon and demolition of the deteriorated section of the
finger wharf has been unavoidably delayed.
It is now to
commence a week
later on Monday, 10 October.
Please remember during the installation;
Any offers from private jetty owners for that short period would be
- Tie up at Commuter Wharf at Church Point
- Make a temporary arrangement with a private
- Use the ferry for commuting
Tennis Users Group.
Inquiries: Gordon Floyd 9997 2035
Leftover Stock from Watermarks
STOCKS OF LONG
Given the rain and the understandable lack of ambulating and eating
bodies I have quite a stock of my long storing Long Trek to sell.
STOCKS OF LONG TREK AVAILABLE, both vegetarian and meat based. This
delicious and highly spiced condiment is a favorite with many of the
offshore community already. It will store in fridge for 6-12 months and
is delicious as a spread, base, garnish or just as an accompaniment to
rice. Long trek is based on a Malaysian meat jam made to provide
non-perishable protein source when off in the jungle on
Long trek is compressed when packed and is available in $12
(equivalent of 4-5 dinner serves) or $25 (equivalent of 15-20 serves)
A serve is based on a heaped dessert spoon of non-compacted long trek.
Fresh Green curry paste also available. $15 tub of about 15-18 heaped
dessert spoons. Just add coconut milk and sugar if desired.
Please contact Karen Lambert on 0409523702 or firstname.lastname@example.org
to arrange an order.
You can download information about Long Trek below.
of Long Trek
Ingredient & Product info
Kindy Cafe has some leftover milk
We had milk leftover from the cafe, which is now stored in the kindy
and in a fridge in one of the sheds.
It is dated 2 October, so if anyone needs milk this week, they can have
Call me to arrange – 0404 867 768.
safety out in force in Pittwater
BOAT owners on
Pittwater this weekend be warned.
Water police, fisheries and maritime safety officers will be out in
force in a highly visible operation targeting all offences, including
marine drink-driving, speeding, unsafe navigation, anti-social
behaviour, vessel safety, fishing licences, and bag and size limits.
Broken Bay water police commander Senior Sergeant Chris Morgan said the
operation would see the three agencies working together to enforce
maritime law and ensure the safety of the boating public.
New laws governing the safety equipment required on boats were
introduced a year ago, and the police have concentrated on educating
the boating public since its introduction.
“We’re now looking to move from education towards enforcement,” Serg
“The weekend operation is about combining our resources and providing
as much coverage as possible, which means several boats and jet skis
will be used at the same time.
“By combining our efforts, we’ll cover more ground and be able to
deter, detect and arrest offenders, and to make boating safer for
Grand Final at the Fireshed
Manly Sea Eagles v
Bar opens at 3.30
$5 per head
gets you in PLUS you
get something to eat !
Goodog Manners starting 14 October
on Scotland Island
Goodog Positive Dog Training for Happy Dogs and Happy Owners, we
believe dog training should be fun and not a chore. We help you
establishing a life long positive relationship with your dog and train
you and your dog so she or he can be part of the family and join you in
your daily activities.
We run courses designed for the older puppy and rescue dogs and have a
new classes starting on
on Friday 14 October at 2 pm
You can also check our website
course is five weeks in duration (one hour each week) and costs
$200.00, which includes starter-pack, hand-out notes and a treat
pouch. We take a maximum of eight dogs per course.
course focuses on things such as how dogs learn, body language and
positive reinforcement for the theory, and then the practice
try to get calm and confident dogs in real life situations, basically a
dog you can take anywhere (or at least set them up to achieve this
stage) and are a pleasure to be around. We also focus on
training as this improves the relationship and is fun for dog and owner
(and impresses your friends!). Family members are welcome and
encouraged to attend.
- getting your dog's attention
- self control
- sit for greeting (not jumping up)
- lie down
- walk on a loose lead
- coffee shop manners and dog park behaviour
- door and car etiquette
- meeting people, kids and other dogs
- the all-important come when called
- leave things such as chicken bones in the
street, cats and other exciting things to be avoided
- tricks, games and agility
If you would like to join us, please let
me know and I will forward an Information Sheet on where to come, what
to bring and how to pay.
Goodog Positive Dog Training
0424 74 0234
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to the Editor
Open Letter to
Pink Water Taxis
I was extremely disappointed to receive appalling service from Pink
Water Taxis this weekend. I had family and friends, including friends
from overseas, coming to lunch. Because there were too many people to
fit in our small commuter boat on one journey, I had advised them to
take a water taxi from Church Point.
In the pouring rain on Sunday, I received a call from my mum who was
quite upset and speechless at the rudeness from the water taxi operator
via, ironically enough, the courtesy phone. Because she didn’t know the
“name of our wharf” (we don’t have a “name” for our little wharf, but
it is simple enough to direct a taxi to our home, which my mum, and the
water taxi operators, know well) she was advised that “we don’t do
business that way”, told to “take the ferry” then the taxi operator
hung up on her mid-sentence.
She called back and tried to explain the situation, including the fact
that it takes almost an hour to get to our home by ferry, including a
15 minute walk. She was hung up on twice more, then the operator turned
off his phone for the next half hour, ignoring dozens of calls from my
mum and myself. Our guests saw the taxi operator at Church Point soon
after and asked him directly if he could just drop them across the
water (our place is less than five minutes from Church Point) and he
flatly refused and went to lunch.
Instead, I had to get in our small, open boat with a small child and a
baby and make two trips in the torrential rain to pick up our guests,
apologising all the while for the embarrassingly poor introduction to
Australia that our guest from South Africa had received.
This is certainly not the first bad experience I have had using Pink
Water Taxis – in fact every interaction I have had with them has left
me reeling at their unbelievably poor customer service – but it is
definitely the worst. Between the exorbitant rates and rude attitudes,
you are a prime example of a business with an effective monopoly on a
captive audience and absolutely no regard for your customers.
You clearly have an absence of any sense of customer service within
your business and think it is appropriate to treat your customers with
outright rudeness and contempt. I am absolutely stunned that this
attitude still exists in any modern business.
I was utterly mortified, after regularly raving to friends and family
about how lovely the people are in the offshore community, to have to
explain that the helpfulness, insults and outright rudeness that they
received from Pink Water Taxis are not representative of the wider
residents’ attitudes. This behavior was not only an appalling example
of customer service, but was simply embarrassingly rude. Did your
parents never teach you that insulting, laughing at, then hanging up on
a grandmother after consigning her to a boat trip in the rain is just
plain bad manners?
I strongly suggest that you rethink your attitude to your customers –
we are not there just to hand over money to you at your convenience,
instead you are a business which is expected to offer some level of
“service” to your customers in return for our hard-earned dollars.
I urge all offshore residents to question whether this
attitude is what
we want to be the first introduction that many people have to our
Thank you for all for your assistance
We are happy to be alive after a huge tree crashed onto our
Florence Terrace house in the wild storm in the early hours of Sunday
morning. The tree is resting less than a metre from our bed and if it
wasn't for the solid structure of our Steve Crosby designed/John
Travers built house we wouldn't be typing this message.
Wonderful Scotland island fire brigade turned out in the middle of that
filthy night to make sure we were OK - fantastic man from Energy
Australia arrived to preform a Cirque du Soleil act up a wobbling power
pole in driving rain to render us all safe from electrocution - and
those SES girls and guys are saints. They cleared huge
tree from the roof so that a tarpaulin could stop the rain pouring into
our once beautiful home. Lovely neighbours Karin and Eamon
Emmie arrived with tea and coffee and hugs… and Lyn and Cal with a lead
from their boat shed so we can at least keep the fridge running.
We've only ever seen such activities on the news happening to 'other'
people - now we know first hand just how wonderful our services our
neighbours and friends really are!
Jacqui and Bill Lee
"To everybody mooring during the day
at Commuters wharf":
YOU LEAVE YOUR DINGHY MAKE SURE THAT THE ONES
MAINLY THE SMALLEST ONES PUSHED AGAINST THE WHARF, ARE ABLE TO COME OUT
AND GO HOME HAPPILY WHENEVER THEY NEED IT AND WITHOUT DESPAIR.
COMMUNITY IS LOOKING AFTER EACH OTHER NEEDS.
A portion of the Winnererremy Bay playground at Mona Vale has reopened,
after its temporary closure due to the presence of salmonella bacteria.
The area which was closed – near the Flying Fox equipment and climbing
net – reopened on the weekend after Council staff removed existing bark
and replaced it.
The Council closed part of the playground two weeks ago, following
testing by NSW Health which revealed traces of the salmonella java
The bacteria has been implicated in cases of gastro-enteritis in young
children in Pittwater since 2008. This year ten cases have been
reported via local GPs to NSW Health.
Despite extensive testing and research by various experts the source of
the bacteria has not been located.
NSW Health advised the Council to close the affected area of the
playground and remove the bark, after four of the children who had
fallen ill in the last three months were known to have played at
Reserves & Recreation Manager Les Munn said the new bark had
spread over the playground to a depth of 30cms following advice from
Mr Munn said parents and carers of young children should follow basic
hygiene principles if they were concerned.
“Ensure children wash their hands before eating and after playing
outside and try to ensure that they don’t put things in their mouths
while playing outdoors.”
Les Munn, Pittwater Council Ph: 9970 1354
SPOTLIGHT ON COMMERCIAL FISHING IN
The Council has joined local member Rob Stokes in calling for a review
of commercial fishing in Pittwater.
At its meeting this week the Council adopted a Mayoral minute by Cr
Harvey Rose, asking the state government to widen its current enquiry
into commercial fishing to examine the impacts on the Pittwater estuary.
The enquiry is being administered by the NSW Minister for Primary
Industries and is expected to deliver its findings later this year.
Cr Rose said it was vital that long-term fish stocks in Pittwater were
He said the Council had had discussions with the group representing
amateur anglers – the Anglers Action Group (Northside) – and agreed
with them that commercial fishing appeared to be unsustainable in
“The Pittwater estuary is a breeding ground for a variety of species of
smaller fish and these are a vital link in ensuring the continuation of
the marine food chain,” he said.
“Commercial fishing disrupts this food chain because of the
indiscriminate nature of drag-netting.”
Cr Rose said that in harbours and waterways where commercial fishing
had ceased,such as Botany Bay, Sydney Harbour and Lake Macquarie, fish
stocks had dramatically improved within a few years.
The Mayor said that there were a large number of businesses in
Pittwater which depended heavily on recreational fishing and boating
for their sustainability.
Harvey Rose, Pittwater Council Ph: 9970 1104
HSC STUDY LOCK-IN @ LIBRARY
Mona Vale Library is offering to ‘lock up’ HSC students for special
after-hours study sessions at the library during October.
To make studying for the HSC exams even more palatable, the Library
will be offering students free pizza along with a Thursday evening
The lock-in and free pizza sessions will be each Thursday evening from
6pm to 9pm between 29 September and 27 October.
Early opening hours at Mona Vale Library will also be on offer to HSC
students each weekday from 9am to 10am, from Monday 10 October to
Friday 28 October.
The library normally opens at 10am on weekdays, but HSC students will
have access to the library from 9am during this period.
Library Manager Cathy Howie said that the after-hours study sessions
aimed to help HSC students to make use of a quieter environment for
“We hope the offer of free pizza on Thursday evenings will also make
studying a little less stressful for them,” she said.
“The only requirement for students to take advantage of the study
‘lock-in’ is for them to arrive by 6.15pm on the Thursday evening at
the library, or by 9.15am for the early morning sessions.”
Mona Vale Library is located at 1 Park Street, Mona Vale.
For more information please call 9970 1600
Media contact: Rebeccah Vick, Mona Vale
Library Ph: 9970 1622
SUSTAINABLE LIVING EXPO
Pittwater’s second Sustainable Living Expo will take place at Mona Vale
Memorial Hall and Village Park on Sunday 9 October.
The event will include over 40 exhibitors, 17 workshop presentations
and 8 speakers.
The Expo is an all-day event for the general public, aimed at raising
awareness about how to live more sustainably on a day-to-day basis.
Mark Beharrell from Pittwater Council, which is hosting the event with
the community group Climate Action Pittwater, said the Expo was
suitable for the whole family.
“We have a live chicken coop and there will also be a selection of
native animals on the day. These should be a real draw card
children,” he said.
“Other highlights at the Expo will include an electric van that runs
off rechargeable lithium batteries. It runs and looks just like a
standard vehicle, “ said Mr Beharrell.
“There are workshops throughout the day, including a Green Forum with
an expert panel responding to questions from the public. The
panel includes an award winning building designer, engineer, architect
and green tenancy adviser.”
Mr Beharell said the panel could give advice on green building products
and practices, while several exhibitors can show how to make homes more
Other attractions of the Expo include:
The Sustainable Living Expo starts at 9am and ends at 4pm on Sunday 9
October. Entry is free to the public; for full details visit
- workshops and speakers on reducing home and
business energy costs
- workshops on reducing water consumption, water
harvesting, saving and storing water
- a workshop on chemical free pest management
- a workshop on low-energy earth wall construction
- a tour of Mona Vale Library to view sustainable
- products that are free of toxic chemicals to
clean your home and wash your clothes
- exhibits of solar PV panels and solar hot water
- community gardens and permaculture
- a display and workshop on non-toxic paints and
- a workshop on sustainable cooking and menu
- free entertainment with an environmental theme
- calculating your ecological footprint with help
from Bilgola Plateau school students.
Media contact: Mark Beharrell, Pittwater
Council Ph: 9970 1368
Tony Edye, Climate Action Pittwater Ph:
launch at the Gone Fishing Gallery, Pasadena, Church Point
29 October, 4pm – 6pm
Growing Up with
Fragile X Syndrome
with Fragile X Syndrome: The Road to Marty Campbell is the
new biography from long time Scotland Island resident, Robyn Iredale.
Robyn is launching her story of raising a son affected by fragile X
(FX) and invites those living in the Pittwater area and who work in
health and disability services, or who have a personal connection to or
interest in fragile X, to attend.
FX syndrome is the leading cause of inherited intellectual disability
and the most common known genetic cause of autism. It is found in all
races and at all socio-economic levels. Latest statistics indicate 1 in
3600 males and 1 in 4000- 6000 females are affected and that as many as
1 in 280 males and 1 in 125 females are carriers. Every week in
Australia one child is born who is fully affected and twelve children
are born who are carriers.
Dr Iredale’s book describes her extended family’s journey along the FX
road from Marty’s pre-diagnosis at age seven back in 1977, when
awareness and support services were essentially non-existent, through
the trials and the triumphs of school, sport and employment, to the
It also includes vital FX research and information on testing, health
issues, education, behavioural challenges, likely outcomes for carriers
versus those affected and describes with humour the many common
personality traits shared by those affected, which will resonate with
families touched by FX.
There have been plenty of academic books and research papers written on
FX but it is believed The Road to Marty Campbell is the first personal
account available worldwide.
Dr Paolo Totaro AM
John Kelleher, Fragile X Association of Australia President
Dr Robyn Iredale, author
The book’s main subject, Marty Campbell, will attend the launch.
RSVP by 24 October to Robyn’s email email@example.com
or ph. 9979 1096
Complimentary refreshments will be supplied.
For information on fragile x and to order a copy of Growing up with
Fragile X Syndrome go to http://www.fragilex.org.au/
Order Form available HERE
and Fitness Classes are back!!
Mondays, Scotland Island Hall.
Group training: 8am Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Park.
classes are now $22
Pay by term
prices are $18 per class for all classes.
more information on classes go to the
www.scotlandisland.org.au/home and click on 'classes' or contact
036 or by
The Briny Cafe.
A novel by Susan Duncan
This first novel of Susan Duncan’s is set in a fictional Pittwater and
is brimming with warmth and wit. It is a delicious tale of friendship
and love and the search for a place to call home... Can a lopsided
little café on the water’s edge be a new start for two women at the
crossroads of their lives?
Mona Vale Library 1 Park Street, Mona Vale
$8.00 Adults $6.00 Concession - Pensioners and Students (passes must be
Payment within 3 days of booking
DISEASE for DOGS (Atopy)
Itching, which is often seasonal & mainly seen on feet, face
and ventral body. Self trauma can occur. Secondary
increased sweating & ear infections are often present.
conjunctivitis or vomiting or diarrhoea may also
occur. The offending allergens may be identified with intradermal skin
for allergies - apart from removing the offending allergens ie fleas,
food, plants such as wandering jew, pollens, dust mites etc - is really
just symptomatic - ie we are not aiming for a cure, just to treat the
sometimes help affected individuals, but the best drug for a given dog
can only be determined on a trial & error basis.
one type of antihistamine for a 10-day trial, moving on to the next one
if there is no or only partial response > It is
important to try these at a time when your dog is in the early stages
of itchyness rather than waiting until the itch is really bad:
THESE MAY CAUSE DROWSINESS in
can help with itchy skin & are far safer to use long term than
cortisone. Side effects are rare & if they occur usually do so
within the first days of starting treatment, and stop as soon as
treatment is stopped. An individual patient’s response to any of these
is unpredictable so do not give up if the first few don’t help - the
next one you try may work very well! Take note of even partial
improvements - every little bit we can do to decrease the itch will
help. Some pets may respond to more than one type - sometimes we find
combinations of antihistamines work better than any alone - and we may
try this if not getting a good response.
10 OR 25mg tablets - 1mg / kg body weight twice daily with
foodPeriactin 4mg tablets - 2 tabs / 10kg body weight twice daily with
- Polaramine 6mg tablets - 1tab / 10kg body
weight twice daily with food.
- Zadine 1mg tablets – 1tab /10kg body weight
twice daily with food
- Telfast 60mg tablets - 1 tab/10kg body weight
- Zyrtec 10mg tabs - 1 tab/10kg body weight once
daily with food
- Claratyne 10mg tabs - 1 tab/10kg body weight
once daily with food
is important to appreciate that your dog has been born with a dry,
irritable skin. This skin will remain dry and itchy throughout your
dog's life. The degree of irritability may lessen with time. Various
things will aggravate this irritable skin. When this happens, whatever
the age of the dog, dermatitis will occur. Therefore, the tendency to
dermatitis is lifelong, but the fact of dermatitis may not be lifelong.
The important thing to grasp is that this skin will have to be
understood and cared for, for life. If this is done, often the
development of dermatitis remains a rare event."
- Omega 3 fatty acids – found in FISH OIL
Capsules – Use 1000mg capsule per 10kg bodyweight
- Evening Primrose Oil capsules – daily.
- PAWs ‘Dermega’ – Omega 3 & 6 supplement
– 1ml/7kg daily
- which are only available after a consulation
with your vet
in tablets (eg: Prednisolone), cream (eg: Neocort) or spray (eg:
Cortavanace) formula – again only available after a consulation with
prescription diet such as Hills Z/D or Royal Canin Hypoallergenic -
which are guaranteed to be allergen free and is used as the sole diet
of dogs/cats with severe skin allergies
- used twice weekly initially then weekly long term. Needs to be left
on for 10 mins to soak into the skin before rinsing off well.
- Pyohex - used twice weekly initially then
weekly long term
- Aloveen - used weekly OR Oatmeal based shampoos
can be used on normal looking skin and will reduce itchiness.
Five good reasons to scoop the poop
Coutesy MONA VALE VETERINARY HOSPITAL, 22 Park Street, MONA VALE and
washes pet waste directly into our river systems and the sea which can
affect our flora and fauna
- Dog poo
may contain harmful organisms (such as E.coli and Giardia, roundworms
and hookworms) that can be transmitted to humans and other animals if
- It is
the law in most urban and suburban areas
up daily in your yard can help prevent odours
- No one
likes to step in dog poo and your neighbours will appreciate you!
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dog/s strike again!
This time it
was not the guinea pigs but a beautiful chicken that was killed.
One of Harley's pets!
is the third time that I have written in this newsletter about dog
owners not properly containing their dogs. The council rangers have
been over recently and have asked us to try to photograph the culprit/s.
But who has all day to sit and watch for them? Not Lisa or I!
So I implore all you dog owners to be thoughtful of others and not
allow any dangerous dogs to wander freely.
Hubert, Maria, Elise and Rose van Mierlo to would like to
everybody who supported Rose's biscuit and lemonade stall on Saturday...
Rose made $50 which she has donated to MS Australia.
have had a small green rowboat tied up at Bells wharf that
has disappeared over the last couple of days. It is not worth
anything but was still going strong and I really enjoyed rowing across.
If anyone has it please bring it back to Bells wharf or callIneka on
If you have a hull lying around taking up space in your yard, on your
jetty, local wharf or beach, that's no longer being used,
10 - 12 ft to house 15hp, in good condition, and would like to part
with it or sell it,
Please call either Nikki - 0425 227792 or Matt - 0404 876685 - Thanks
Island Residents Association
(SIRA) Membership Application - click
here to download
Association (WPCA) - http://www.wpca.org.au
SI Emergency Water Contacts and Guidelines for water: click
here for information and contacts
Scotland Island 'Water Agreement' - click
here to download
Island Children's Centre - (SIOCS - Scotland Island
& Offshore Childrens Services)
Catherine Park (Long Day Care Service) 8.30am - 4.30pm (Tues,
Weds & Thurs)
Playgroup @ Children's Centre every Monday, 10.00am - 12 midday
Other services include: School Holiday Programme / Facility &
For information call 02 9979 7856 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Island Community Hall
Bookings: Kez on 9999 4092 or email@example.com
Services, Clubs &
Traders - On-line shopping
from your computer, through your door on Scotland Island. Contact
Graeme on 0419 460 331 or click
here for full details
of the Peace
- Bob Bolton - 9999 4092
of the Peace
- Paul Purvis - 9979 9667
of the Peace
- Paul Burchall - 0414 975 793
of the Peace
- Bob Mitchell (Mackeral Beach) - 0419 745 628
Community Arts Inc. - Enquiries Lorrie Morgan
9997 8079 firstname.lastname@example.org
Point Yacht Club - http://www.wpyc.com.au
Prince Alfred Yacht Club - 02
Motor Yacht Club - http://www.royalmotor.com.au/
02 9997 5511
Island Lodge - Bed
Breakfast - 02 9979 3301 or
Escape - B & B at
Elvina Bay - Alison Newham 0423 598 760
on Towlers Bay - 02 9332 2611 email@example.com
Youth Hostel - 02 9999 5748 www.yha.com.au/hostels/details.cfm?hostelid=31
Chambers - Celebrant (marriages, funerals etc)
Discount for all offshore residents. 9999 2445
IT Computer Services - Contact Robert
0427 890 357 or 9999 2942
Service - "No
job too small" - Call Alan 0447 775 541
Scotland Island 0418 229 277 - offshore community
sparky - www.sparky.com.au
Dance, Art etc)
Meditation and Group Fitness with Patrice - 0406
483 036 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Thursdays - 0421762236 email@example.com
with Max - Watercolour classes. Phone Max on 9997 4527
and painting in oils, acrylics and mixed media- Marion 9979 3993 or
0431 457 431
Nathalie's Table - Cooking Classes - Mediterranean
cooking fortnightly - Nathalie - 9999 4449
/ The Forth Way - Call John on 9979 5584, Marion on 9979
3993 or Anne on 9999 3478
- Mondays on SI Phone Jen Cudmore 0425 212 849
Group For Catherine Park - Run by SIOCS - Emmie Collins
on 0405 330 781
- Women on Water
- second Wednesday of the month - contact Nila on 9999 2445
& Kids Groups Playgroup - Run by SIOCS
- email Emma firstname.lastname@example.org
- contact Bob or Kez on 9999 4092
Park Bush Care Group,
2nd Sunday @ 9.30am, Sharon Kinnison @ 9997 6017
Park Bush Care Group,
1st Saturday @ 9 am, Bob Bolton @ 9999 4092
Thinking Group - Roy
Baker, 9999 6891, email@example.com
a capella choir
– Saturdays at 2:30 pm, SI Community Hall. Call Gordon on
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|ALL EMERGENCIES (Police - Fire - Ambulance)
Assistance Line & Information
1444 or 9281 0000
Bay Water Police
7899 or 0412 162 093
Island Rural Fire Brigade
Fire Service General Information 9265 2999
Fire Service General information
Emergency Service, Warringah/Pittwater SES
Parks & Wildlife Service: 000, general information
of Community Services: general information
388, (ah) 131 909
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Scotland Island Residents Association by clicking
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page and return the completed form to
SIRA at this address:
The Treasurer, SIRA, PO Box 70, Church Point
Please NO CASH.
Contact SIRA at firstname.lastname@example.org
To join the
Association, contact Michael Wiener at email@example.com
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by visiting the Mona Vale Library.
The Island website is at www.scotlandisland.org.au
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Scotland Island Residents Association (SIRA), or
Pittwater Community Association (WPCA)