Multiple sites throughout Narooma with a free hop on hop off bus. Finals at 5pm at Narooma Golf Club. http://busking.naroomarotary.org.au
Events showcasing local arts and performance from Durras to Bermagui. See the website for program and details of this ten day festival. http://www.riverofart.com.au
Music, culture, community and delicious oysters in the beautiful town of Narooma. https://www.naroomaoysterfestival.com
On the cycleway near the corner of Coronation Drive and Grant Street Broulee – creative artists highlight environmental and ecological sustainable practices in the Eurobodalla. http://www.brouleemossypoint.org/art-on-the-path.html
Monica’s Lavender Cottage Studio is undergoing some changes. We now have a nearly completed, newly tiled modern bathroom with a beautiful view over Tuross Lake – AND we have a set of single bunks. Perfect for families. The Studio is looking amazing and its deck boasts the most beautiful view in the house, across Tuross Lake and right out to Montague Island. Come and stay and check it out for yourself.
Eurobodalla River of Art program now available online. http://www.riverofart.com.au/#!ourstory/csgz
Need somewhere to stay? Why not base yourself at Monica’s Lavender Cottage.
Just saw this on Facebook – another morning coffee option five minutes walk from Monica’s Lavender Cottage. Excellent news for all our caffeine loving guests.
Moruya’s SAGE farmers market has hit the big time. Just 15 minutes drive from Monica’s Lavender Cottage. Head down there on a Tuesday afternoon and see what all the fuss is about. http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-08-05/farmers-markets-moruya-sage/5649770
We spent last weekend at Monica’s Lavender Cottage. Every time we go there I remember why I love it and the South Coast so much. It was the perfect winter weekend – the sun was out, no wind, reflections on the lakes and the sea was shining. Spent a lovely Saturday morning browsing the Moruya Craft Market. The kids played in the park and then on the grass by the river as the pelicans paddled past. Fish and chips at One Tree point as the sun went down.