Hotel Steyne supports and promotes various community groups, organisations and individuals. One of the highlights of its community event’s calendar is the Superhero Party and the new Superhero Sunday that raise funds for Bear Cottage in Manly.
As the drought makes conditions in rural and remote communities tougher than usual, enduring country children’s charity Royal Far West, in Manly, has launched its first National TV advertising campaign in 94-years of fundraising.
Renowned Sydney street artist Mulga visited the Northern Beaches recently to paint a mural at Colormaker Industries in Brookvale. COVERED. caught up with him as he created a vibrant underwater seascape and spoke about his work and plans.
The Northern Beaches Women's Shelter raised around $130,000 at its Annual Gala held to support homeless women across the region. A record number of tickets were sold for the Roaring ‘20s themed event earlier this month, highlighting greater community awareness of the Shelter and its work on the Northern Beaches. The sold-out event was attended by more than 240 people.
As the temperature cools and evenings darken earlier, most people are venturing into the ocean less and less. However, for one group of people the season for swimming outdoors in ocean pools has just begun. Meet the members of the winter swim clubs on the Northern Beaches.
The historically housed Grumpy Cup, hole-in-the-wall café in Narrabeen boasts great Campos coffee, delicious treats and pure convenience with a car park and bus stop right next door plus an extended paved area, designer toilets and a beautiful lake and lakeside walk behind.
Sydney’s Northern Beaches First Artisan Distillery making Gin, Botanical Vodka and Single Malt Whisky. Manly Spirits was born from a passion to create distinctive Australian spirits capturing the carefree beach life and coastal influence of Manly’s famed marine sanctuary.
Jason Falinski lends valuable support to a number of community organisations and campaigns in his area, as well as tackling policy issues that have a nationwide impact. Here is a snapshot of his recent work and community engagement.
Major heart surgery more than six years ago had Northern Beaches local James Partington reassessing his priorities before turning to bread-making as a means of physical rehabilitation. Now the former marketing guru is an award-winning baker with a boutique bakery in Seaforth - Staple Bread & Necessities.
More than a year after opening, Sargood on Collaroy has proved there is evident demand for this world-class facility with hundreds of Australian and international guests enjoying this unique resort designed for people with spinal cord injuries.
Manly Spirits Company has been awarded a slew of medals for its gin at a US competition. The Brookvale based distillery received a double gold for its Australian Dry Gin along with silver medals for their Coastal Citrus Gin, Barrel Aged Gin (Whisky Cask 02), Malt Spirit & packaging in the 2018 San Francisco World Spirits.
A university on the Northern Beaches could soon be a reality with the council inviting universities to establish a campus in a council-owned building. Northern Beaches Mayor Michael Regan said that a university could support a number of academic disciplines and would provide significant economic and social benefits.
Hotel Steyne is something of an institution in Manly and comes with a varied history. However, this iconic venue has been building community links and changing up its appeal to ensure it really is the place to go regardless of your age or tastes. COVERED. found out about the team behind this transformation.
Northern Beaches Council is inviting community members to an inspirational evening of music, networking and information sharing about a broad range of exciting new arts and culture projects. The council is keen to talk to the community about how we can inspire arts and creativity on the Northern Beaches as a way to create a more inclusive and connected community.
A step forward has been taken towards establishing a young adult hospice that could take children following their time at Bear Cottage children’s hospice, in Manly. Member for Manly James Griffin announced that a service needs analysis has begun to identify and justify potential health and wellbeing opportunities that could be pursued for the old Manly Hospital site.