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Report from the Littoral Zone

September 16, 2018

Few of us wish to venture inside mangroves with good reason. Mangroves are perceived as dark smelly places full of mosquitos. Nothing is solid. Tidal waters cover mud flats [...]

30 years of community spirit

August 8, 2018

In December 2018, the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum is celebrating the 30th Anniversary of its opening in December 1988. During December and all through January, the museum will [...]

SeeChange – A Highlight

September 20, 2016

Amanda Skye Smyth’s exhibition, Dominae Hortum-Lady Garden was an absolute highlight of the 2016 Seechange Art Festival. The connectedness of  materials, space, inherent [...]

Look, mum, up there, in the trees!

June 3, 2016

Vivid-style multimedia art comes to Jervis Bay by Peter Lavelle On the evening of June 12th, an unusual sight will greet onlookers gathered around the fish pond in the [...]

Home / On Country

November 24, 2015

40,000 years of Aboriginal culture woven into possum skin cloaks by Indigenous elders across southern Australia has been captured in a unique photographic exhibition. This [...]

Making Music Fame

November 24, 2015

Whilst not yet having achieved quite the fame of the Shoalhaven’s very own Liam Maihi, another young entertainer is beginning to make a name for himself on the Folk Music [...]