What's on in the Upper Lachlan | Stay, sing along or de-stress

Local Accommodation shortlisted

WINNING VIEW: The view from the deck at Abercrombie Ridge, Curraweela, which has been shortlisted for national accommodation awards.

WINNING VIEW: The view from the deck at Abercrombie Ridge, Curraweela, which has been shortlisted for national accommodation awards.

HomeAway, the new home of Stayz, has just announced that Abercrombie Ridge in Curraweela has been shortlisted for the 2018 HomeAway Holiday Rental Awards in the ‘Indulgence’, ‘Family Friendly’, and ‘Unique’ categories. A big congratulations to Mark and Russ, this is an exciting and significant achievement for a new business.

Abercrombie Ridge is a country retreat nestled in natural bushland with panoramic mountain views, ideal for a perfect country escape. The property provides a high standard of accommodation combined with a sense of style and attention to detail for groups of up to eight guests. The Curraweela area provides the perfect country setting with endless photo opportunities.

Abercrombie Ridge hosts weddings, corporate getaways or you can hire the space for any special occasion where you are looking for a beautiful backdrop and facilities to cater for all your needs.

For more information please visit https://www.abercrombieridge.com.au/

The Rat Bags are coming

Head over to Crookwell RSL Club on August 18 and see The Rat Bags perform classic songs in their new show Come Fly With Me.  

Tony Haley, who impersonates Frank Sinatra, and Andrew Leonard, who plays Dean Martin, form the duet. 

They will perform songs such as That’s Amore, Fly Me To The Moon and New York, New York.

Tickets are $25 and can be booked directly at the Crookwell RSL Club or by emailing Andrew Leonard at andrew@lemvis.com. Doors open at 7pm with the event commencing from 8pm.

Zen and the Art of Pause

SWING ALONG: Tony Haley and Andrew Leonard bring the Rat Pack back to life in their show.

SWING ALONG: Tony Haley and Andrew Leonard bring the Rat Pack back to life in their show.

In the craziness of life we all grapple with feelings of stress and anxiety. Sometimes the fast pace can become all too much and we lose focus of our selves and what is most important, affecting our health and our relationships with others. Are you tired of living on the hamster wheel of a neverending to-do list and feeling overwhelmed? Want to turn all of that around and learn new techniques to cope and find peace and serenity? 

The Tea House Gallery is offering a one day retreat in Korean Buddhist Practice on Saturday, August 25. The retreat is facilitated by Venerable Bom Hyon Sunim and psychotherapist Stephen Carroll. During the day you will learn techniques to be present in each moment and cultivate practices to help you live a calmer life. 

For more information and bookings please call Stephen 0403 981 055.

  • Written by Upper Lachlan Tourism
place of CALM: Crookwell's Tea House Gallery will be the venue for a Korean Buddhist retreat.

place of CALM: Crookwell's Tea House Gallery will be the venue for a Korean Buddhist retreat.

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