Old Bar community news

Thirsty day: Bullseye accepts some refreshment from Amelia Townsend, Tamika Townsend and Tayla Casey at the 'Bulls at the Beach' event at Old Bar Tavern.
Thirsty day: Bullseye accepts some refreshment from Amelia Townsend, Tamika Townsend and Tayla Casey at the 'Bulls at the Beach' event at Old Bar Tavern.

The Heartfit program, which has been running for some years now, recommences at Banyula Village next Monday, January 15 at 4pm and then every Monday throughout the year.

Heartfit is a gentle exercise program suitable for anyone – regardless of fitness level - delivered by an accredited exercise professional, Michelle Georgiou.

Start the new year with a more active lifestyle. Join the Heartfit classes.

Friends from outside the village, men and women, have been attending and now make up the majority of the participants. You will always be most welcome to join the classes at the centre. 

Contact Margaret, phone 6553 3240 or Robyn, 6553 7476. Join anytime.

Dog owners’ responsibilities

It has been noticed that there is an increase in the number of dog owners around Old Bar not doing the right thing and cleaning up after their pet. This action disappoints responsible dog owners as they feel that it gives all a bad name. It's not hard to do and there are plenty of bins around in the main areas. Bag dispensers are also available at the entrances to the beach.

Power cables available

The Community Technology Centre (CTC) has a range of used power cables and connection cables for computers and printers available. For a gold coin donation, you may be able to pick up exactly what you want instead of having to pay much more from a retail outlet. Call in a 5/45 Old Bar Road.