Mammoth Morning Tea

Mammoth Morning Tea Another successful annual Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea held at the Galston Village Pharmacy on the 22nd May 2019, it was a fun morning with lots of great food and games In total we raised $2297.35. I want to extend a big thank you to all the volunteers who helped sell raffle tickets, […]

August 7th: Tricia Taylor “Pastel Portrait or Figures”

Master Pastellist Tricia Taylor is from Sydney and has had 20 years of experience with pastels. Her work is recognised for capturing light in her impressionistic style of realism. Although painting portraits and figures in pastel can be daunting Tricia will show simple methods of layering to achieve amazing colour control. She will focus on […]

Something for everyone. Positive Partnership Program

GALSTON EQUESTRIAN CLUB has implemented a calendar this year, which incorporates such a wide range of horse activities that it will appeal to every different type of horse enthusiast. Apart from the mainstream Dressage and Showjumping training and events we also offer some more diverse equestrian activities that will appeal to a broader spectrum of […]


GALSTON EQUESTRIAN CLUB (GEC) has a diverse range of horse and rider activities. A fairly new horse sport that is growing in popularity is Working Equitation. Working Equitation is a sport that combines traditional styles of riding from various countries with an obstacle course as well as working with cattle. Working Equitation competition is conducted […]

Electronic Sign for Arcadia Public School

ARCADIA PUBLIC SCHOOL P&C applied to my office through the Community Building Partnership program to allow the school to install the much needed sign. The new sign will allow them to display messages not only for parents and students but the entire community. To be able to assist schools in this way frees up funds […]


The efforts of Council staff are not always formally recognised, so it is with great pleasure that I announce our team recently received a High Commendation for work performed on the Carr’s Bush Playground located within Fagan’s Park. Congratulations to all of them. Meanwhile, I’d also like to congratulate our residents on making Hornsby Shire […]

Northholm HSC Visual Arts Workshop

As an art practice, Abdul Abdullah works across painting, photography, video, installation and performance, exhibiting in many solo and group exhibitions across Australia and internationally. He has entered paintings and been painted for the Archibold and Sulman Prize. Abdul’s works can be found in collections across Australia including the Gallery of NSW, Bendigo Gallery, Museum […]

Arcadia Public School

ARCADIA PUBLIC SCHOOL’s most recent Market Day, held on Saturday 4th May, was recognised by the National Trust as an Australian Heritage Festival event! Arcadia’s Heritage Market Day commemorated Arcadia Public School’s 125th Anniversary, with current and past students, parents and teachers all eagerly awaiting and participating in the opening of the Arcadia Public School […]


PACIFIC HILLS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL is in celebration mode as it looks back on 40 years of providing education and character development to many thousands of local students. The school began with eight students and one teacher in 1979 in a rented room at Pennant Hills and made the move to Dural in 1986. What started […]


STUDENTS AND TEACHERS are thoroughly enjoying their ScopeIT sessions. Each class is participating in a 40 minute lesson every week throughout this term. During these lessons, students are instructed by a team of ‘Scopers’ who are fully trained and professional instructors. The teachers and students have access to the latest hardware, software and lesson plans. […]