This Weeks AskRoz Central Coast Photographer of the Week is Michael Hruby. Michael Hruby’s passion for photography started ten years ago, from a simple request to take photos of his new born baby girl. His journey began when he saved up and purchased a 617 film panoramic format camera. Living on the Central Coast of NSW… Read More »
Ask Roz Central Coast’s Photographer of the Week is Kathryn Jewkes. Kathryn is a naturally talented photographer with a wonderful eye for detail. Kathryn says this about herself. I am a natural light family and children’s photographer located on the Central Coast of NSW, who loves to capture everyday moments as they unfold. I am inspired by the beaches and national… Read More »
The Regal Theatre opened on 15th October 1937 and closed in 1975. The building was demolished in 1978 and the Commonwealth Bank now on the site. Where the Commonwealth Bank stands today was known as Hill’s Corner. The corner was previously known as Campbell’s Corner, after the owner of shops in the 1910s. Campbell’s shops were… Read More »
‘Coast to Country’ is my exploration of NSW in 2014. 25 scenes from across NSW, from the central coast to the snowy mountains and many from my home town of Sydney. over 17,000 images have been put into the creation of this short film, I hope you enjoy. All your likes, shares and comments are… Read More »
Construction of the complex, which had its entrance at today’s Penrose Street, began in July 1957. Occupying much of the old Archibald orchard site, the opening feature in February 1958 was “Green Fire”, a B-grade romance set in Columbia, and starring Stewart Granger and Grace Kelly. Entry prices were 5 shillings for adults, and 1… Read More »
Ever wondered where your water comes from? Or how it gets from our rivers and dams to your tap? Well here’s your chance to find out! To celebrate World Water Day, Gosford City and Wyong Shire Councils invite local residents to join a free tour of our water supply system. When: Sunday 22 March 2015 Where:… Read More »
Great aerial cinematography around the Sydney environs, including the Blue Mountains. Well worth a watch. Ask Roz to find great things to see and do.
SNAKE catcher Geoff Delooze has seen some things – giant red-bellies, snakes in the walls of childcare centres – but never a snake with a snag. So when a mate mentioned an eastern brown snake crashing a barbecue and stealing a sausage, he didn’t quite believe him. Then he saw a photo to spoil any… Read More »
Mann Street South from Wharf Street now Vaughan Avenue circa 1887 showing proximity of Gosford to the waterfront. 🙂 #AskRozCentralCoast #ThrowbackMonday. Ask Roz Central Coast to find great things to see and do.
Great quad copter footage by Ashley De Souza flying from the Entrance and Blue Bay.