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Cronulla Mall Report: Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

photo 41With 2013 almost over, Christmas two days away and school holidays well under way, the Mall is busier than ever!

photo 2Starting at the south, Monro Park is bright and beautiful in colour while the former Peking Duck Chinese Restaurant has a new look and name – “Lucky Dragon”.

Sadly Chocpad has closed and the shop is now up For Lease.

photo 5Further north Yogurberry has opened, trading between 10:30am and 12am 7 days a week.

On the corner the iconic former Commonwealth Bank building is still up For Lease, will this space ever be occupied again?!

Code Orange has well and truly settled into the former Vodafone store.

photo 10The old Vinnies store on Gerrale St (which was For Lease) is now boarded up, any ideas what’s moving in here?

Renovations at Cronulla RSL have proved to be very popular attracted a very large audience over the weekend with queues lined up out the door! Opposite the RSL, Pilgrims Cronulla recently opened and are ready for business over the summer at their new location for those of you who aren’t heading down the South Coast!

photo 5 (2)On Elouera Rd, bright and colourful Old Joe’s has split Northies into two. Has anyone been here yet? Still yet to visit.

From all of us at Beach & Bay Realty, we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year! See you in 2014!

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2013 ANZAC Day Cronulla Dawn Service

ANZAC Day is rightfully known as one of Australia’s most important national occasions marking the anniversary of the first major military action found by Australian and New Zealand forces during the first World War.

Cronulla’s ANZAC Day Dawn Service & March details

Time: 5:15am

Location: Cronulla RSL – Gerrale St, Cronulla

The March will commence at Cronulla RSL Memorial Club and will continue along Gerrale St to Surf Rd, left into Cronulla St to Monro Park for the Dawn Service.

Breakfast will be provided at the Club for ex-service personnel and club members.

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2012 Anzac Day Local Services

Anzac Day Miranda 2011

Anzac Day is rightfully known as one of Australia’s most important national occasions marking the anniversary of the first major military action found by Australian and New Zealand forces during the first World War.

Today we recognise the 25th of April as a day of national remembrance through two forms:

  • Commemorative services are held at dawn across the nation to represent the time of the original landing. Later in the day, ex-servicemen and women meet to take part in marches through the major cities and in many smaller centres
  • Commemorative ceremonies are more formal occasions held at war memorials around the country for Australians to reflect on the many different meanings of war

Luckily we have a number of local services to attend in the Sutherland Shire:

Monro Park, Cronulla

Caringbah
4:20am – March of ex and current service personnel, departing from the corner of The Kingsway and Denman Ave
4:30am – Dawn Service at Memorial Park, corner of The Kingsway and Port Hacking Rd South

Sutherland
5:15am – March from Sutherland Uniting Services Club
5:30am – Dawn Service at Peace Park, Eton St

Cronulla
5:15am – March departs from Cronulla RSL Memorial Club, Gerrale St
5:30am – Dawn Service at  Monro Park, corner of Cronulla St and Laycock Ave

Miranda
5:30am – March departs from Miranda RSL Memorial Club, The Kingsway
5:40am – Dawn Service, Miranda Cenotaph in Seymour Shaw Park, northern end of Central Rd

Bundeena
6am – Service at the Bundeena RSL

Engadine
5:30am – Service at the Engadine RSL

Heathcote
5:30am – Service at the Heathcote Services and Citizen’s Club

Woronora
6am – Service at the Woronora River RSL

Please consider attending a local service. Lest We Forget.

 

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