Karmel Patterson’s daughter Heather Clyne, who grew up on Scotland Island, gave birth to a baby girl named Daneekah (Dan-ee-kah) Karmel Hamilton on Wednesday 13 August 2014 at 5:36pm. She weighed 3.36kg (7 pound 7 ounces) and measured 52 cms long.…
Volunteer for two mornings bush regeneration and receive:
• Free accommodation
• 2 evening meals, 2 BBQ lunches, 2 morning teas
• Free use of kayaks
• Walks & talks on local & natural history
• Stay Sunday afternoon for a YHA 75th Birthday Celebration,
Load Flyer: Pittwater Bush Regeneration …
At the August 10 SIRAC meeting, Karmel Patterson was presented with a certificate awarding her life membership of SIRA and was thanked for many years of outstanding contribution as a regular driver of the Community Vehicle, for participation in productions of the Scotland Island Players and for service with Church …
Dear Island Residents,
We are very pleased and excited to announce that SIRA has published a new version of the Scotland Island Community website, which is the product of much hard work and creativity.
- The website will help us achieve our aims of engaging with our community, supporting
As you might know, Boyd Attewell was moving around the festival asking people two questions; what would be the one thing they would change about the island, and what was the one thing they would keep the same.
Here is a quick compilation of answers to the first question.
Thirty plus years ago, there was a water tank at Bells (for fire-fighting purposes) where the current meters are located. This tank was filled via a pipe under the water from the mainland and a tap, with mainland water pressure, was fitted. A local resident with a water tanker …
The Island Players is an amateur drama group based on Scotland Island, largely made up of a bunch of eccentric individuals who wish to expose their considerable talents to the bear pit of cutting edge criticism that is our discerning that is our discerning off shore theatre audience.
Our manifesto …
As debate rages about what is to be done about our roads, our vehicles and our drainage and erosion problems, I want here not to contribute to the many, often conflicting, but mostly very practical suggestions. Rather I want to reflect on and articulate some of the underlying pictures and
Volume 1, Issue 1; May 2000 Welcome!
Here is your first copy of the Scotland Island Newsletter monthly update. This is not intended to replace the hard copy newsletter you have come to know and love! But it will bring you up to date with all the very latest news …
THE SCOTLAND ISLAND NEWS
Vol. 1 No. 1
The Scotland Island Progress Association was away to a fine start when just on forty residents turned out for the inaugural meeting held at "Bangalla" on Saturday night January 29th.
Fully appreciating that many residents may have had insufficient …