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Infinity Park Set to be Launched onto the Market at Norwest

Infinity Park
Buyers will have their first opportunity next month to purchase into a unique lifestyle estate designed with spaces to explore, escape and retreat. Infinity Park, overlooking Castle Hill Country Club Golf Course at Norwest, is holding a VIP launch on November 13 and 14. It is part of a vibrant…

Snakes – Be Calm and Be Prepared

Spring is the time that snakes come out of brumation (a hibernation-like state) and they become more active looking further afield for mates and food. The warmer weather is when male snakes spend more time in the open looking for females and can travel up to 1220m in a day.…

Singing During Lockdown

Singing online and singing in a carpark at socially distanced spaces is how members of the award-winning Circular Keys Chorus have kept in tune with each other during the pandemic. Established in 1995, the Hills-based woman’s acapella ensemble has been delighting audiences throughout Australia and the world with its barbershop-style…

Metro Walks

Metro Walks
With lockdown lifted, now is the perfect time to try out a new scenic walk, and discover The Hills from station to station. And to help you decide which walk to try out first, The Hills Shire Council has released three videos to give you a glimpse of what you…

Bromeliad Beauty

The Bromeliad Society of Australia is back at Castle Hill Showground for in-person meetings. Its first after the Lockdown will be open to members and guests with their meetings resuming on Saturday, November 6th at the Federation Pavilion, off Doran Drive, Showground Rd, Castle Hill. Bromeliad sales open to the…

Free Talks For Book Lovers

The Hills Shire Library Service, in partnership with NSW Public Libraries, has organised a series of free virtual author talks for Hills residents.. Renowned authors such as Fiona McIntosh, David Hunt and Michael Connelly, as well as a landscape architect and TV presenter Costa Georgiadis, can be watched discussing their…

Zoom With Author Tony Park

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Best selling author Tony Park will be the guest speaker at the next meeting of the Sydney Hills District Branch of The Association of Independent Retirees on Friday, November 4th via Zoom. The online meeting starts at 4pm when the Investors Group will hear from Blair Dewhurst from the Australian…

Swimming For Life

It has never been more important than ever to get back into swimming lessons. With a hot summer approaching and swim schools around NSW being shut down for four months, thousands of children have been unable to develop the valuable water safety skills that protect them from drowning. Last year…
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