Carols at Tennis
Sunday 21 December
from 5pm - 7.00 pm
at Tennis will be from 5.00pm-7.30pm Catherine Park (Tennis Wharf) on
Sunday 21 December.
- Santa will arrive around 6pm (parents bring a
small gift for your child to put in Santa's sack)
- This year we will have Christmas Buskers starting
at 5 pm - anyone who can knock
out a Christmas tune is welcome, BYO instrument (kids especially
- Bring a picnic and enjoy catching up with
others celebrating Christmas.
Beach Science Talk at
the Fire Shed
Tuesday 16 December
Petrol Stolen at Tennis Wharf
Last night (Friday 5th December) a full tank of fuel was syphoned from
the petrol tank of my boat moored at Tennis Wharf.
If anybody saw anyone hanging around or messing with boats can you
please let me know so that I can inform the police.
Dan 0416 473466
Attention boat owners who park at Tennis there is
a thief using our wharf
Yesterday I put a jerry can of fuel in my boat and left it with the
intention of getting Trys to put it in as I can't lift it. This morning
it has been taken! Now I know that this is not usually a good idea but
Tennis has always been a safe wharf.
looking to rent a house offshore from early January
We have been renting offshore for the past 7 years and are looking for
a rental property urgently, as we have to vacate by January 5th,
2015. Ideally we are looking for a long term arrangement,
preferably with water access.
We are responsible, caring tenants, we have excellent references, and
can be quite flexible about interim arrangements.
Unfortunately the owners of the property have decided to sell, so we
need to vacate quickly.
Please feel free to contact us with any opportunities or plans you
Donna & Allan
M: 0414 917 727 (Donna)
M: 0414 368 698 (Allan)
My boat disappeared
on Tuesday from the Pasadena wharf at Church Point.
It's a big silver tinny with a Yamaha 15 hp engine.
Please call Cath on 0424745208 if u have seen it.
Boat Bailler Wanted
for tinny at Commuter Wharf over Xmas and the New Year:
I'll be away visiting family at this time and I normally sling a near
neighbour's son some pocket money for any bailing that must be done to
keep my boat afloat. This year their family will also be away however.
I was wondering if any other boat-savvy kids from the Island or Western
Shores might be interested? You'd obviously need to not be going away
on holidays yourself - and be OK with potentially getting wet if bad
weather stuck around.
More bails = more cash however.
Call Simon on 0417663332 for more info - cheers!
BOAT AND MOTOR FOR SALE
Ideal commuter boat - but with only 100 hours of use. Both the boat and
the motor have had virtually no use. 10 foot aluminium dinghy with a
Tohatsu 8hp outboard. 2006 model.
Has never been moored and has been always kept in a boat shed.
Ring Yvonne 0401 563 088
We have decided to try to get rid of some things, so if you are
interested or know anyone who might be please pass this on to
Marion and Michael
The following items are up for grabs.
Please call Michael on 0402 65 67 69
- Brown leather 2 seater, 2 armchairs and 1 foot
- Fridge – ¾ size, good for second fridge or
- Outdoor teak table.
- Electric orange/lemon juicer.
- Blender – for soups, chopping, sauces, puréeing.
- Coffee machine- old Sunbeam, makes great coffee.
- Vegetable and fruit juicer. Not very old.
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