Living Choice to host Community Update

Living Choice Galston will be close to shop s and parks, including Fagan Park, the perfect place to meet family for a picnic.

LIVING CHOICE has a vision to create the Hornsby Shire’s finest retirement living community and will be sharing this vision at a Community Update on Monday 21st October. It will host an information session at the Galston Club on Monday 21st October at 5.30pm and complimentary refreshments will be provided. Living Choice’s Regional Manager, Gail […]

Ferry Artists

The Ferry Artists current exhibition titled “Our Wild Life”, opened on 14th September. The Gallery is filled with our artists colourful, creative and highly skilled interpretations of “Wild” and “Wild Life”. The opening was a fabulous occasion with the Gallery full of artists and friends who joined together to celebrate these latest works. “Our Wild […]


Hard working Sports Director on the DCC Board organised a day where the enthusiasts of Lawn bowls, Bocce, Indoor bowls and Fishing could have a fun day with their sport. Of course the men and women bowlers joined in. Angove Wines sponsored the prizes, the bowls winners being Sue Vindin and Doug Farlow. On a […]

Glenorie Progress Association Continued

Glenorie Progress Association (GPA) to Hold Glenorie Community Forum on Hornsby Shire 20-Year Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS)- Last Chance to Have Your Say!!!! The draft LSPS is a 20-year strategic plan for the Hornsby Shire. It is Hornsby Council’s Strategic Plan driven mainly by targets that have been set by the NSW State Government […]

Changes to the 40km/h road rule

The NSW Government has announced changes to the 40km/h road rule for vehicles passing stationary emergency vehicles. Following a 12 month trial of the existing rule, a number of changes are being made. From 26 September: • Drivers will no longer need to slow down to 40km/h on roads with speed limits of 90km/h or […]

Cubs Need More Space

Cub Scouts Elijah Dawson Lachlan Aviani and Nash McGhie planning their next adventure.

1st Dural Cub Scouts attended the Hills District camp recently with units from Kellyville, Castle Hill and Balcombe Heights. The theme “I need more Space”, developed from Cubs ideas at a recent Cub pack council, took them on an intergalactic mission to colonize a new planet. The storyline involved cubs being put into Cryostasis and […]

Banjo’s BBQs

Nothing brings people together quite like food and flames. That’s the philosophy of Lincs Heating manager, Banjo Vogt. Talk to him and he will suggest why different meat cuts suit different BBQ products from around the world. “BBQ’s & Heating have been part of this business since the 1960s,” Banjo said. “I’m really interested in […]

Bone Dry Hay Run

Did you know that NSW is currently in one of the worst droughts it has been in for decades? Now almost at three years straight with insufficient rainfall to feed and grow, our farmers face the daily heart break and struggle of knowing there is still no forecast predictions for decent rain anywhere in sight. […]

Grand Finals Galore for Galston

The regular 2019 winter netball season drew to a close at the end of August and entered the finals stages. Out of the 14 Galston teams playing, an amazing 12 were still involved in the semi-finals and of those, 9 made it through to the Grand Finals played on Saturday 14th September. In the youngest […]

Galston swimming once again punches above its weight

NSW Junior Short Course Swimming Championships

On the weekend of September 6 and 7, the NSW champs were held at SOPAC in Homebush. Galston sent its biggest team in recent memory to this incredibly prestigious event. Short Course qualifying times are difficult to achieve, generally only allowing the top 30 swimmers in the state to even enter. Galston, under the ever […]