How To Be An ‘Artvestor’ – Collecting & Investing in Original Artworks

Kerry-Anne Blanket, Director and Curator of the KAB Gallery in Terrigal, gives us the lowdown on collecting and investing in original artworks. Owning original artworks has become more accessible and relevant for homeowners in recent years. It is no longer the domain of gallery owners and specialist collectors. More and more people are starting their

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School Holiday Fun for Coastal Chicettes

Daylight savings has ended, the leaves are falling (well, they’re supposed to be)  and school is nearly out: time to start planning for the April holidays. Central Coast families, are you ready to be thoroughly entertained? From fireworks to yoga and horse riding camps to robot workshops – Playing in Puddles, which brings you the best


Seaside Markets at Umina Beach

On the third Sunday of the month, the Peninsula Recreation Precinct at Umina Beach bursts into life with market stalls filling the grassy knoll from the surf club to the skate park. After launching at the end of last year, the Umina Beach Markets are among the newest market offerings on the Coast but have

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Return of the Jetty Street Fest

From 11am until 7pm on Sunday November 20, Long Jetty staked its claim as one of the most hip and happening suburbs on the Coast. Streams of boho chicks in billowing skirts, cut-off shorts and strappy sandals flowed along the lake’s shore as the second annual Long Jetty Street Festival swung into action. Punters paused here and there


Eclectic Homewares Store is Born in Kincumber

A chic, new store has been born in Kincumber and in it’s first six months it has already grown into a beautifully curated collection of art and homewares from all over the world – and the Coast. Born – which stands for borrowed, old, refurbished, new – is the stylish baby of former Sydneysider Mark Patrick, a PR guru