Ankle Sprains

Ankle Sprains

Ankle sprains are responsible for a large proportion of games missed in AFL, Soccer and Netball just to name a few. As Winter sport commences it is important to know how to avoid and manage this type of injury. Prevention is particularly important for anyone who plays in a dynamic team sport that involves twists, […]

Simplifying the Sale of Deceased Estates

The loss of a loved one is an extremely emotional and difficult time. Whether a will was left or not, the legalities that the beneficiaries and executors are left to deal with add extra stress and complexity to the situation. With an emotional time already prevalent, one of the main issues with a deceased estate […]

Balmoral Homes – Attention to Detail

Balmoral Homes

The relationship between architecture and the environment was crucial to the design of this expansive rural home. This luxury custom designed home in the Hills is a stylish, contemporary residence built over three platforms, on a sloping block in a rural, bushland setting. It boasts several complementary and superior finishes, seamless lines through all living […]

2076 Jubes ‘MTB Park

MTB Park

By Susanna Mills It’s window shopping only for mountain bicycles in North Wahroonga. Opened late 2011, Jubes was the first purpose built ‘MTB park’ in Sydney. Set upon a dramatic, high ridgeline at the foot of Golden Jubilee Oval, perfect landscapes for incredible mountain bicycling experiences stretch as far as the eye can see… Recognising […]

It’s Showtime Once Again at Galston Equestrian Club

Showtime Once Again

By Emma Heath While last year gave us horsey folks plenty of opportunities to train at home, there’s no doubt we’re all excited to be back out and about in 2021. At GEC, we’ve wasted no time kicking off our calendar of events, and we’re delighted to welcome many newcomers to the club (along with […]

Passion & Prelude

Passion & Prelude

The Galston Concerts continue Sunday 23 May with a ‘double whammy’ – the passion of Russian folk music in the concert starting 2pm plus a prelude of pipe organ Classics from 1.30pm, entertaining audience members as they arrive. The Sydney Balalaika Orchestra is Galston’s favourite after their rousing success in the 2019 concert series. Their […]

Dural and District Historical Society Inc – News From History Cottage

History Cottage

Marks on silver tell many stories, and some are to be told at the Society’s first meeting for 2020. At last, we are able to come together, to enjoy each others company and to hear our guest speaker. With the kind permission of the Uniting Church in School Road, Galston, we will meet on Saturday […]

ANZAC Commemoration Service Galston Memorial Club 2020

ANZAC Commemoration Service

By Matt Kean 106 years on from the landing at Anzac Cove, we remember that morning when Australian soldiers waited in small boats on a darkened sea, awaiting the call to battle. One of our own – a Hornsby man, Private Len Smith, recorded in his diary the events he witnessed on the 25th of […]

Minister for Emergency Management, David Littleproud MP, visits flood affected Wisemans Ferry

flood affected

By Julian Leeser Federal Member for Berowra, Julian Leeser MP, brought David Littleproud, Minister for Agriculture, Drought and Emergency Management, and Emergency Management Australia Director General Joe Buffone to Wisemans Ferry to see the impact the recent floods had on the community. “It was sobering showing Minister David Littleproud MP and Emergency Management Australia Director […]

Dural Country Club Bowling Club

Dural Country Club

The Carnival is Over! What a wonderful success Dural Country Club’s Pre- Pennant Carnival was! Thankfully the rain held off and twenty two teams of four from seven different clubs were able to compete, with the overall winners Northmead Bowling Club. All bowlers present enjoyed a day of friendly rivalry on the green, with the […]