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Scotland Island - Western Shores - Mackeral Beach
December 2, 2012
Newsletter for Offshore Residents of Pittwater, Australia - Volume 13, Issue 719


We have to blame Shar for the delayed newsletter this month, I am sorry but her birthday falls way too close to end of the month !

As usual the year has sped by at an alarming rate with far to many events to recall or summarize here. Enough to say we have had a dreadful year of losses of some of our dearest offshore friends - a very sad year in that regard and one that hopefully wont be repeated in a long long time.

I feel that a couple of people should be mentioned in appreciation of their efforts.  Bill Gye, after goodness knows how many years as our patient SIRA president has stepped down from that position and handed the batten on to Judy Readman. I don't think any of us can really appreciate the work he has put into this position, the countless hours of meetings and negotiations he has endured in dealing with issues on our behalf.  Thank you Bill for your tireless and sometimes unappreciated efforts. Also a special thank you to Gwyn Perkins for always coming up with a brilliant and quirky cartoon every month for our PON. His portrayal of our daily lives with such wit and insight makes us all smile and nod and say to ourselves... "yes that's exactly how it is"... or... "that's so true". Keep up the good work Gwyn.

Also a reminder that as usual we have our icon offshore celebrations this month - details and times etc will be confirmed later, however we have the Carols Afloat, Carols @ Carols (maybe Tennis?) and of course the Island Dog Race on Christmas eve.

Finally a very Happy Christmas to all PON readers and thank you to all those who have provided assistance and contributions to the newsletters this last year.


  • Gwyn's Drawing
  • Notice to ALL Residents
  • Pink Water Taxi Service over Christmas
  • SI Fire Brigade Matters
  • POD 2013
  • Information Session held at the Pasadena
  • Clothes Party
  • Local Council Notices
  • Letter to the Editor
  • WOW Christmas Lunch
  • Look to HouseSit
  • For Sale
  • Domestic Cleaning
  • The Local Contact Guide
  • Join SIRA
  • Archived Newsletters
  • Your subscription Information

  • Gwyn's Drawing

    To download a full version (A4 size) of the drawing, ready for printing,  just click on the calendar image.

    You can contact Gwyn Perkins by email at g.perkins@gwyn.com.au

    Carols a-float


    Notice to all Residents

    Below is the wait list application form for tie-up at the Church Point Commuter Boat Wharf. 

    The form can be posted to Pittwater Council, P O Box 882, Mona Vale 1660, handed in at Customer Service in Mona Vale (above the Library) or scanned and emailed to pittwater_council@pittwater.nsw.gov.au

    The fee of $50 is not required to be paid at this time. 

    When the annual fee for tie-up at the wharf has been finalised, invoices will be forwarded to those who have sent in an application, along with a temporary license agreement which is required to be signed for a period of 12 months or part thereof.

    Should you have any questions please contact:
    Tanya Carmont
    Reserves & Recreation Officer
    Ph: 9970 1353

    Boat Tie-up Facilities Wait List Application Form - PDF

    Boat Tie-up Facilities Wait List Application For - Word doc


    Pink Water Taxi 
    Operating Hours For Christmas and New Years Eve.

    Christmas day
    Dave Brady
    0700 hrs. to 1200

    (Lunch Break, no Taxis available)

    Alex Kelso
    1500 hrs to 1900 hrs.
    (Alex can stay a little bit later if required, just call him and book in)

    New Years Eve

    Dave Brady
    0600 hrs. to 1500 hrs.

    Alex Kelso
    1500 hrs. to 0300 hrs.
    After midnight service is available by booking and advance payment only. (Call Alex for enquires)

    Thanks all
    Alex (0428 238 190)



    Your Brigade - Fire Brigade Matters

    Our brigade was first formed in 1955. A small group of residents had met at Bangalla to form a new progress association ( a forerunner to the present SIRA).

    The first priority of the new association was to form a bushfire brigade.
    The first vehicle for fire fighting was donated by one of the then mostly
    weekender residents, a modified old army vehicle with a 44 gallon drum
    and pump. A small fireshed was built on the waters edge at Tennis Court Wharf by the new volunteers (see image).

    The present fireshed, moved further back, in its present position, was built in 1991, and later extended to provide a parking bay for the larger vehicles we have now.

    The crews are now better trained and the equipment is up to date and technically sophisticated. We have added Community First Response to our skills to cope with medical emergencies.

    We have had 22 firebrigade captains since those early days, the present captain being Ian White. Each Captain is elected or re-elected each year.

    The brigade structure is;
    Fire fighting officers;
    Senior Deputy Captain
    Deputy Captains (Crew Leaders)
    Fire fighters

    and the administration;
    Training Officer
    Equipment Officer
    Social Secretary
    Station Officer

    As we are now in the fire season, it is sensible to stay aware of the risk of bushfire, a very good web page is ‘being firewise’ on the RFS website www.rfs.gov.au/  (or just Google ‘being firewise’).

    The brigade members wish you a very happy Christmas and New Year and we thank you for all the support during the last year. (I know its a bit early  but this is the last newsletter of the year)

    (still looking for new active members)

    ......the painting of the old shed and vehicle is by John Parker, past Captain

    David Wardman
    9999 5944
    David Wardman   SIRFB
    9999 5944


    Pittwater Offshore Directory 2013 (POD 2013)
    Time is running out to get you advertisement in.....

    We are planning a new POD to be published in Feb 2013.

    The new look POD 2013 will be in A5 format and will have a great cover reflective of our offshore community designed by Gwyn Perkins.

    There will be new sections including a historical timeline, restaurants that we can access by water and a section for those that choose, for personal mobile numbers and email address.

    In respect of the hard financial times advertising costs have been kept to a minimum, tax invoices will be issued and prices are inclusive of GST.

    Artwork should be sent with the attached booking form by Friday 14th December 2012.

     Download Booking Form HERE!

    Please support this value local directory which will be distributed to 900 homes in the Pittwater area including Mackerel Beach and Coasters Retreat.

    POD 2013



    The Information Session held at the Pasadena on Friday, October 12, 2012 was well attended both by Offshore and Onshore residents.
    The community members present thanked the Town Planner, Greg Boston, Boston Blyth Fleming, the architectural consultant and the owners for convening the meeting.
    There seems to be a two-stage process. Stage 1, the developers were seeking some feedback to their preliminary proposals.  Stage 2 would occur after a Development Application (DA) has been lodged, when comments would be invited from all residents but within a framework so that they can be sensibly collated.  Matters that don’t fit can be listed as “other matters”.

    If the framework consists of the Environmental Planning & Assessment Act, then the comments can be used in submissions responding to the forthcoming DA. These issues will carry the most weight.

    Summary of Issues:
    • Proposed uses
    • Reliance on existing use rights
    • Parking impact
    • Noise Abatement measures
    • Restaurant use or Function centre
    • Development of jetty for patrons’ water access
    • Potential for seaplane activity
    • Opening courtyard wall
    Draft Design Plan:
    • ground floor (“fine dining” restaurant or function centre);
    • café adjoining Thomas Stevens Reserve and front courtyard;
    • small commercial space for possible IGA or bottle shop;
    • first floor: 6 high spec motel style units and a conference/function room overlooking Thomas Stephens Reserve and front courtyard;
    • top floor: 4 high spec motel style units;  
    •  existing 10 + car spaces on site
    • reliance on existing use rights for the new DA.
    The issue of parking MUST be addressed, particularly in the evening and on weekends.  The introduction of a license until midnight should include a provision for valet parking and a shuttle bus (from Mona Vale) for patrons.  With the introduction of a Function Room additional parking issues need to be addressed. The parking spaces on the southern boundary may be only sufficient to accommodate guests. Valet parking would maximise the capacity of the leased carparking area.

    The community has inadequate parking availability and the impact of a fully operational Pasadena must not be forgotten. The Waterfront Café already has an impact on parking. Under the CPPOM parking spaces have already been lost and there is the threat of additional incremental losses, such as behind Holmeport and the proposed “resident only” parking in Eastview Street. 
    With the introduction of late night dining and the possibility of live music being provided, the issue of noise is very, very important.  Noise carries significantly across the water in a wide arc and the previous owners were obliged to monitor decibel levels throughout the evening and take abatement measures.  The properties nearby will also be significantly affected.  There may also be the impact of intermittent noise from the use of a sea plane if in operation.

    Some of the problems could be reduced in the design and use of materials. The owners do not want any problems with telephone calls from annoyed residents.

    Restaurant/Café/Function Room:
    • intended to be a commercial endeavour and leased out; 
    • impacts are quite different for each business type; 
    • Function Room may have the potential to be available for community use. Owners open to discussion when the Function Room is not in use for commercial functions;
    • Suggestion that Council consider taking out long term lease of function space that could be used for purposes that supported their bid for the building's acquisition?
    •  undertakings for shuttle bus or valet service made by the developers in a DA may be irrelevant if the tenant(s) will be making the decisions, UNLESS Council can include this as a part of DA approval to operate facilities;
    •  set time lunch shuttle on weekends would be the type of consent condition community could suggest;
    •  developer indicated space beyond the building footprint for seating etc., will not be used, but possibly a matter between the tenant(s) and Council if they apply for outdoor use. 
    • plan to explore the options of what can be approved for moorings and jetty for the use of Pasadena patrons
    • positive outcome: good restaurant with water accessibility, occasionally used privately for functions; Cottage Point Inn and Berowra Waters have small marina/jetty arrangements for patrons; 
    • seating capacity figures are a matter to be determined when the DA is assessed and approved; design not final so no indicative numbers as yet.

    Retail Space:
    In the past the Pasadena included several shops.  This provided a real community amenity and perhaps more shops serving the local community would be desirable. This would possibly reduce demand on carparking.  A bottle shop was mentioned as part of the overall plan; a small retail/gift shop in the foyer/entry of the restaurant; IGA. 

    Boutique Apartments:
    • studio/one bedroom self-contained apartments;
    • changing the roof structure to solid rather than lightweight construction (verandahs of the self-contained accommodation units/ hotel rooms);
    • developers alerted to acoustic absorption measures.

    Appropriation of Public Space:
    • use of Thomas Stephens Reserve as entry space to the proposed development;
    • degree of overlooking to the public park from the proposed café on ground floor;
    • degree of overlooking to public park from the 1st storey function room;
    •   use of public footpath space to enable transition to new ground floor level (approx 500mm higher) i.e. putting entry steps in this already narrow footpath area;
    • opening of the west wall to the courtyard on ground and 1st floor seems reasonable, although there are disadvantages to some users of the courtyard;
    • exactly how/if it alienates public use remains to be seen.
    General Comments:
    • loss of the ‘blank’ western wall that flanks the park – some in favour of opening it up, some in favour of retaining privacy with an unbroken wall.
    • ideally a balance that achieves privacy for park users;
    • blank wall provides an edge to the park used to effect as a ‘proscenium’ for public activities;
    • climatic benefit of masonry wall as a sun trap adjacent to public space in winter;
    • wall size is a blank canvas that the shadow play of trees, etc, enliven the space;
    •  first and foremost a park;
    • current disengagement of commercial activity needs to be maintained not increased;
    • impact of increased hospitality industry activity on the village square of the local community;
    • increased height and lack of current architectural finesse shown in this early scheme, especially on the McCarrs Creek Road frontage;
    • benefit of external access (existing) to the proposed function room, encourage community use of this space;
    • general acceptance of the hotel/conference use proposed;
    • interest in the commercial IGA-type area, but it is not an assured end use;
    • slight concern over the ubiquitous palm tree as a landscape feature;
    • building’s address to public space needs to be in synch with CPPOM and Precinct 2 consultation;
    • query demand to support another bottle shop and cafe as well as a high spec restaurant? 


    Matters for consideration (some paraphrasing applied)

    Clause 90 (1) In determining a development application, a consent authority shall take into consideration such of the following matters as are of relevance to the development application:

    (a1) (ii) any plan of management adopted under that Act for the conservation area

    (b) the impact of that development on the environment

    (c) the impact of that development on the landscape or scenic quality of the locality

    (d) the social and economic effect

    (e) the character, location, siting, bulk, scale, shape, size, height, density, design or external appearance

    (f) the size and shape of the land, the siting of any building or works thereon and the area to be occupied…

    (g) whether the land is suitable by reason of it being affected by flooding, tidal inundation…

    (h) relationship to adjoining development

    (i) whether access to the site is adequate including the movement of vehicles, loading, etc.

    (j) amount of traffic likely to be generated particularly in relation to capacity of the road system

    (k) whether public transport services are necessary

    (l) whether utility services are available

    (m) adequacy of landscaping & tree/vegetation preservation

    (n) any representation made by a Public Authority

    (o) existing and likely future amenity of the neighbourhood

    (p) any submission made under section 87: ‘Submissions in respect of DAs for designated Development.”

    (q) the circumstances of the case

    (r) the public interest

    (s) any other prescribed matter (eg Heritage)


    Clothes Party!


    When: Saturday 1st December, 11am to 5pm.
    Where: 96 Richard Rd, Scotland Is. (Just at the top of the road that leads to Cargo Wharf)

    Come and have a glass of wine and a browse!  You will be bound to find something you love.  Hope to see you there!!


    Local Council Notices

    The Council has taken a significant step in rewriting its Local Environmental Plan for the first time in more than 20 years.

    The Local Environmental Plan – or LEP as it’s usually known – is the guiding document for all development and planning controls in Pittwater. Since first being prepared in 1993, it has been amended more than 90 times to take account of legislative changes.

    The NSW Government has issued a directive to all NSW councils to prepare new LEPs for their local areas by next year, in line with housing and employment targets already set in 2005. Each LEP must observe standard terms and definitions in a bid to ensure greater clarity for the public and developers.

    Planning Director Steve Evans said the Council endorsed the new draft LEP at its meeting this week. “This will now be sent to NSW Planning & Infrastructure for ratification before being placed on public exhibition.”

    The Council received a grant of $63,000 from the state government to prepare the new LEP, on the condition that it is publicly exhibited by March next year.

    Mr Evans said the Council was well ahead in preparing the document for the public exhibition date.

    The main points of the new LEP are:

    More clarity in the rezoning of land and the elimination of some outdated zones
    The inclusion of sustainability principles to guide future development
    Standard definitions for different types of land use
    A slight increase in types of development which are classified as ‘exempt or

    To read the Council report on the new LEP visit www.pittwater.nsw.gov.au/council and view the agenda for the 19 November meeting.

    Media contact:
    20 November 2012 in August on
    Steve Evans, Pittwater Council Ph: 9970 1133


    Letter to the Editor

    Please respect our environment.....

    As someone who lives just a couple of doors along from Cargo Beach - which is currently in the process of of having arrangements made to clear it of boats being moored there, thereby creating a pleasant recreational area for the community - I was disappointed to discover, on Sunday, four separate handfuls of discarded, used toilet paper littering the front of my property and the area of foreshore immediately adjoining.
    Indications are that Cargo Beach had quite recently been used for 'recreational purposes' and, as where the toilet paper was left is the closest piece of waterfront concealed from general view by vegetation, it is my guess that the person(s) responsible had walked along from Cargo Beach.
    It is to be hoped that, as the condition of Cargo beach improves, any increase in the number of people using it for recreation will not mean a corresponding increase in the number of people treating this adjoining stretch of foreshore as a urinal, and leaving toilet paper strewn about.
    Kerry Baird


    WOW Christmas Lunch

    Hi everyone,
    With Christmas just around the corner, it's time to start thinking about our final WOW lunch for the year. I have had a few sugestions that it might be nice to have a change of venue from the Church Point Cafe to Quays Marina Cafe and I have made tentative bookings at both cafes for Wednesdays 12th/19th December, but before confirming would obviously like to know your thoughts about your preferred venue/date. I would really appreciate hearing from you ASAP so that I can finalise a booking, as it may not be possible to vary the numbers afterwards and I wouldn't like anyone to miss out.
    As our topic for discussion, I would like to suggest that you might like to bring along some fresh ideas for next year's meetings. Just to get everyone thinking-I would like to propose that meetings be held on different days of the week next year to enable those who are working on a particular day to have the opportunity to attend at least once. Also that we venture offshore occasionally for film/art/writer's festivals to broaden our horizons for discussion.
    Looking forward to hearing from you ASAP either by phone 99994460 / 0410533728 or email me.

    Jenny F :)


    Looking to Housesit …

    My parents are visiting Australia to help my partner and I build our home. They are looking for homes to house sit between mid January and mid April.
    Their home in Canada is also on an island which is water access only, so they’re used to boats.
    They are both very tidy, respectful and non-smokers.  They are happy to care for pets and tend a garden.

    Roslin Forrest

    0411 378 453


    For Sale
    Brown Shag Pile Carpet/Rug

    Excellent condition
    12 Months old
    230cm x 158cm or 7ft 6" x 5Ft 2"
    Price $80.00

    Please contact Annette Freeland   99973136


    Domestic Cleaning Service


    Please call Cath 0424 745 208
    Sandy 0415 058 922


    The Local Guide
    Community Information

    Scotland Island Web Site  www.scotlandisland.org.au
    What's On in Pittwater - Self Editing Event Calendar 
    click to go to the Calendar
    Scotland Island Community Vehicle - 0404 103 700 Number, Usage & Charges
    Scotland Island Rural Fire Brigade - 9999 4404 http://www.sirfb.org.au
    West Pittwater Rural Fire Brigade - 9997-3795 www.westpittwater.rfsa.org.au
    Offshore Photo Gallery offshore gallery
    Scotland Island Residents Association (SIRA) Membership Application - click here to download
    West Pittwater Community Association (WPCA) - http://www.wpca.org.au
    Scotland Island Water
    SI Emergency Water Contacts and Guidelines for water: click here for information and contacts
    Scotland Island 'Water Agreement' - click here to download
    Scotland Island Children's Centre - (SIOCS - Scotland Island & Offshore Childrens Services)
    Catherine Park (Long Day Care Service)  7.30am - 5.30pm (Tues, Weds, Thurs & Friday)
    Other services include: School Holiday Programme / Facility & Equipment Hire
    For information call 02 9979 7856 or email:  siocs@comcen.com.au
    Scotland Island Community Hall Bookings:  Kez on 9999 4092 or kezborthwickbolton@gmail.com

    Scotland Island Community Vehicle - 0404 103 700 - Number, Usage & Charges
    Church Point Ferries - 0408 296 997  Ferry Timetable click here
    Pink Water Taxi - 0428 238 190
    Pittwater Offshore Services - Contact Rus on 0415-464-733
    Manly Warringah Cabs   - 02 9972 5600
    Palm Beach Cruises  - 02 9997 4815

    Real Estate
    PMC Hill  - 9999 4902   http://www.pmchill.com.au/
    Tanya Mottl at Residential Real Estate Agents – 9999 4499 www.residentialagents.com.au
    L.J.Hooker Mona Vale - 9979 8000   http://www.ljhooker.com.au/monavale

    Services, Clubs & Accommodation
    Scotland Island 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
    Justice of the Peace - Bob Bolton - 9999 4092
    Justice of the Peace - Paul Purvis - 9979 9667
    Justice of the Peace - Paul Burchall - 0414 975 793
    Justice of the Peace - Bob Mitchell (Mackeral Beach) - 0419 745 628
    Justice of the Peace - Maureen Anderson - Morning Bay resident. - 02 9997-2659 or  0417-279-346
    Pittwater Community Arts Inc.  - Enquiries Lorrie Morgan 9997 8079  lorriemay@bigpond.com
    Peninsula Music Club - enquiries Janice Tuynman - 99991937 - jt@swift dsl.com.au
    Woody Point Yacht Club -  http://www.wpyc.com.au   commodore@wpyc.com.au
    Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club - 02 9997 1022  http://www.rpayc.com.au/  
    Royal Motor Yacht Club - http://www.royalmotor.com.au/ 02 9997 5511
    Scotland Island Lodge - Bed & Breakfast - 02 9979 3301 or  http://www.scotlandislandlodge.com.au 
    Pittwater Youth Hostel  - 02 9999 5748  www.yha.com.au/hostels/details.cfm?hostelid=31  
    Handy Service - "No job too small"  - Call Alan 0447 775 541
    Electrician Wayne on Scotland Island 0418 229 277 - offshore community sparky - www.sparky.com.au
    David Walsh - Graphic Design - Custom Made Sculpture - 0404 239 212 - ital2@optusnet.com.au

    Island Classes (Fitness, Dance, Art etc)
    Pilates, Meditation and Group Fitness with Patrice -  0406 483 036 patrice.corrie@gmail.com
    Anusara Yoga -  Thursdays -  0421762236 dominiquemarill@gmail.com or floydcbg@ozemail.com.au
    Art with Max - Watercolour classes. Phone Max on 9997 4527
    Art Classes- drawing 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
    Dru Yoga - Tuesday evenings - Phone Katya on 0414 187 916
    Dynamic Yoga  - Saturdays from 9am - 10.30am 0402 752465 nadineomara@gmail.com

    Gurdjieff / The Forth Way - Call John on 9979 5584, Marion on 9979 3993 or Anne on 9999 3478
    Green Group For Catherine Park - Run by SIOCS - Emmie Collins on 0405 330 781
    WOW - Women on Water - second Wednesday of the month - Jenny Frazer 0410533728 / 99994460.
    Parents & Kids Groups Playgroup - Run by SIOCS - email Emma trysemz@tpg.com.au
    Scotland Island Players - contact Bob or Kez on 9999 4092
    Catherine Park Bush Care Group, 2nd Sunday @ 9.30am, Sharon Kinnison @ 9997 6017
    Elizabeth Park Bush Care Group, 1st Saturday @ 9 am, Bob Bolton @ 9999 4092
    Island Thinking Group - Roy Baker, 9999 6891, roybaker99@yahoo.com
    Offshore a capella choir –  Saturdays at 2:30 pm, SI Community Hall. Call CB on 9997 2035.

    Government Organisations
    Pittwater Council - 9970 1111  - email  pittwater_council@pittwater.nsw.gov.au  Web site click here
    Member for Mackellar Bronwyn Bishop, email clicking here or Bronwyn.Bishop.MP@aph.gov.au
    Member for Pittwater  Rob Stokes,  email pittwater@parliament.nsw.gov.au

    Airlines, Buses and Railways
    Sydney Airport:
    Arrivals and Departures
    Virgin Blue:

    Sydney Buses: Information.

    Sydney Ferries:
    City Rail:
    Timetables & Information.
    Country Link Rail:

    Scotland Island Tides, Moon phases, Sun rise & set
    Local Weather Forecasttop
    Radar weather for Sydney (128k circle)
    Emergency Contact Numbers   
    ALL EMERGENCIES (Police - Fire - Ambulance) 000
    Police Assistance Line & Information 13 1444 or 9281 0000
    Broken Bay Water Police 9910 7899 or 0412 162 093
    Marine Rescue Broken Bay - Weekend
    (02) 9999 3554 - (02) 8411 1121
    Marine Rescue Broken Bay - VHF Radio channel
    VHF Radio Channel: VHF 16
    27MHz Radio Channel: 86 or 88
    Scotland Island Rural Fire Brigade  9999 4404
    NSW Fire Service General Information 9265 2999 9265 2999
    Rural Fire Service General information 9450 3000
    State Emergency Service, Warringah/Pittwater SES 9486 3399
    National Parks & Wildlife Service: 000, general information 9457 9322
    Dept of Community Services: general information 9977 6011
    Sydney Water 132 090
    Energy Australia 131 388, (ah) 131 909
    Join SIRA
    You can now join the Scotland Island Residents Association by clicking here. Please print the page and return the completed form to SIRA at this address:
    The Treasurer, SIRA, PO Box 70, Church Point 2105.
    Please NO CASH.

    Contact SIRA at
    Join WPCA
    To join the Western Pittwater Community Association, contact Michael Wiener at

    Archived Newsletters
    A complete set of past electronic newsletters since May 2000 can be found and read at https://ymlp.com/archive_gesgjgm.php  or by clicking here or by visiting the Mona Vale Library.

    The Island website is at www.scotlandisland.org.au

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