What else is on?
This page contains links to a number of activities outside of the Prince Henry environs which may be of interest. There may be many more. Please complete the feedback form below if you'd like to advise amendments and/or additions.
- Kamay parkrun | every Saturday morning
- Malabar Combined Probus Club | fourth Tuesday of each month
- Save Yarra Bay | Protest Flotilla on Yarra Bay | 8 March
- The Anchor of Lapérouse: A Conservator’s Perspective | 13 June 2020
- Check local facilities for yourself
What: Weekly timed 5km runs for all ages and abilities
When: 7am every Saturday
Where: Yarra Bay Beach, Yarra Rd, Phillip Bay
Who: Open to everyone of all ages and abilities
Find out more and register: Check out the Kamay parkrun website
Probus is all about Friendship, Fellowship and Fun in retirement. Probus provides you with the opportunity to join together in clubs and to progress healthy minds and active bodies through social interaction and activities with retirees in your community. Probus opens the door to new experiences and friendships, you can hear wonderful guest speakers, stay active by participating in a wide range of activities and explore your community, your country or the world.
Everyone is welcome to come along to our regular meetings.
What: Malabar Combines Probus Club meetings with guest speakers
When: Fourth Tuesday of each month at 10am
Where: Upstairs at the Juniors Malabar (formerly Malabar RSL), 28 Victoria Street, Malabar NSW 2036
SAVE THE DATE!
What: Save Yarra Bay Protest Flotilla
When: Sunday 8 March
Where: Yarra Bay
More information: TBA — watch this space | Save the Bay Coalition (Save Yarra Bay Coalition) Facebook page | Save Yarra Bay website
Join internationally renowned conservator Julian Bickersteth from International Conservation Services, and curator Roxanne Fea from La Perouse Museum as they explore the history and possible future of the anchor of Lapérouse. This talk will explore the forensic nature of curation and primarily focus on the art of conserving maritime artefacts of this scale and interpretative significance. Refreshments will be served.
What: The Anchor of La Pérouse: A Conservator's Perspective
When: Saturday 13 June 2020 from 1:30pm to 2:30pm
Where: Instrument Room of the La Perouse Museum, 1542 Anzac Parade, La Perouse
Cost: $15 per person
Bookings: Bookings essential | To order and pay for your ticket/s go to http://www.randwick.nsw.gov.au/community/whats-on/events/2019/october/the-anchor-of-la-perouse-a-conservators-perspective