Thanks to the Galston Club

Galston Club

Fire can often be within a concealed roof or wall space, or deep within piles of vegetation. Galston Rural Fire Brigade has attended many house fires where the ability to quickly identify where fire may be burning or smouldering, can mean the difference between a rapid, highly destructive, uncontrollable fire or extinguishing it quickly before […]

Galston District Garden Club

Garden Club

The Garden Club has some very good news. We are meeting on the 9th March at 7.30 in the Galston Community Hall, Arcadia Rd. Galston. We welcome back members, new members and visitors. We will make the meeting Covid Safe as possible. Please do not come if you are unwell. If you are double vaxxed, […]

Doing Some Fencing? Make It Wildlife Friendly!


Thousands of animals face a cruel death entangled on barbed wire fencing each year. Many nocturnal animals like bats, gliders and owls fail to see the fence or cannot clear the height in windy conditions. Over 75 wildlife species have been recorded as fence victims, most caught on the top strand. Even Kookaburras in daylight […]

Community Connect

Community Connect

By Bev Jordan If you have some time on your hands and want to get involved in your community then Community Connect may be the place to start. Norwest Sunrise Rotary Club is hosting a special community market day at Harvey Lowe Pavilion Castle Hill on Sunday, March 20th to showcase the different groups operating […]

ART.AND … ‘Discover Something New’


Our exciting, rescheduled art event is forging ahead and set to take place in March. Once again, this second event in the ART.AND series will take place over two weekends (March 12-13, 19-20 2022). This will enable visitors to comfortably attend our primarily outdoor event while enjoying meeting our artists and soaking up the magnificent […]

The Galston Concerts: Yes, They’re On Again

Galston Concerts

By Robert Harris Good news from The Galston Concerts – “We’re back” – recommencing Sunday afternoon, 27 March, in Galston Uniting Church. The ‘reunion’ will commence with an organ prelude c. 1.30pm, featuring the Galston Uniting Forster and Andrews heritage pipe organ – a visual treat and a musical treasure, fully restored to better-than-ever quality. […]