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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


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. 111 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


Saturday Morning Dawn Walk Down to Berowra Creek

My brother and I set off at the crack of dawn on a densely misty morning from Berowra Heights down to Berowra Creek, not far from Berowra Waters. 428 more words

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Berowra Netball Club Part 2 - Our First Court

Jenny Bentley (nee Olson), seen as an umpire on a well kept court

Our first court was scratched out with a stick each time we wished to practise. 124 more words


Commemorating Berowra's Great War Servicemen

This week, with ANZAC Day and the Centenary of the Gallipoli Campaign nearly upon us, Berowra Living History wants to take the opportunity to commemorate the men of Berowra and district who bravely fought in the Great War, as it was then known. 171 more words


September 2014: Muogamarra Nature Reserve

 Muogamarra Nature Reserve is open for six short weeks a year during Spring. All the plants are flowering, the native bees are out in force, the weather is perfect and you get sweeping views across the sandstone country of the Hawkesbury River.   31 more words