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Berowra Netball Club Part 4 - Travelling To The Game

Transport to games was by rail in the beginning, as most families didn’t have a car. The girls left Berowra before midday and returned after dark. 177 more words


Out And About On Holidays In The Berowra Area

This week, with the holidays rapidly approaching, it seemed the perfect time to again investigate the popularity of Berowra and the area as a holiday destination of yesteryear. 121 more words


One Sleep Till Brooklyn

I wouldn’t normally go to Sydney even if somewhere down there was offering free beer and half price strippers, but I made an exception this week – to hike 27km from Berowra to Brooklyn. 738 more words


Marking The Occasion

‘Berowra’s Open Air Pictures’ was a blog subject back in November 2011.

It turns out that Cinema Indoor & Outdoor was just one of a number of things organised by the Crossroads Community Advancement Co-Operative Society Limited. 67 more words


Berowra Netball Club Part 3 - First Goal Posts

Our first goal posts were made by one of the fathers. They were timber with a very large stand on the base, one arm of which protruded onto the court. 124 more words


Then And Now - no 2 Berowra Waters Road


This block was first built on, as a grocer’s shop by Mr and Mrs George Thirgood, in the 1940s. It was just around the corner from “The Cabaret”, which faced the Highway. 123 more words


Is This A Mystery Man?

The accompanying portrait was found in a street clean up and rescued by a local resident. This engaging image could be a painting or a photograph but has been altered and suffered minor damage to the surface. 189 more words