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Wynnum Manly On Brisbaneâ€™s Moreton Bay
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Take a Cruise and Sail the Bay. The waters of Moreton Bay offer the opportunity to beat the city
swirl and catch a breeze. All aboard a sunset sail and watch the sky light up with a rosy orange hue, or get amongst it on a fishing charter. Start living the dream – one wave at a time.
Spot Some Wildlife. Sit and watch who wants to be seen. Sometimes a dugong or a dolphin. Jump when the mackerel are running and wonder at a pelican in flight. They are all there, just be patient. Work up a Glow. Walk, Cycle or Jog along the foreshore, to the end of a jetty; along a boardwalk; to discover a diverse ecological maze of mangroves. If you need an excuse, get a dog and double down to a dog park. Just Move It…!
Meander the Markets. Weekends are made for grabbing a coffee and spending time with the many stall holders who want to sell you a carrot or a candle or whatever . Take the time to say G’day.
Let’s Do Lunch. Whatever you want, we have it. Cafés, restaurants, coffee or bubble tea, bare and naked or tarted up with cream. Once you have done lunch, why not stay for dinner, a drink and some live local music?
Pack a Picnic. There is so much green space for everyone to enjoy, so grab a sandwich, a sausage,
or some fish n chips. Let the kids splash at the Whale Park or gather under a gazebo to catch up with family and friends.
Shop Local and Share the Dream. Manly Harbour Village and Wynnum Central offer a modern collection of boutiques and homewares. Shop local for pots, plants, arts and crafts, all with the personal service that only local owners can offer.
Retro Shopping. Wynnum is renowned for its many preloved shops. You can be on the lookout for
a retro treasure, an Hawaiian Shirt, a race day hat or for anything you can think of. One person’s gift is your gain .. so start hunting.
VisitWynnumManly.com has all the information you need to Visit, Plan and Stay.
MAJOR EVENTS 2021 January
Australia Day Events
Wynnum Manly bars, restaurants & cafes
Wynnum Manly Inshore Regatta
Wynnum Manly Sailing Club
Moreton Bay Multihull Regatta Family Easter Fun Day
WMYC Lady Skippers Race
Moreton Bay Fishing Classic
Brisbane to Keppel Tropical Yacht Race
Wynnum Manly Jazz Festival & Father’s Day
George Clayton Park, Wynnum
WMYC Art Competition
Wynnum Manly Yacht Club
Manly Halloween Street Party
Manly Harbour Village
Wynnum Central Wynnum Central
Wynnum Manly Sailng Club
George Clayton Park, Wynnum
New Year’s Eve Fireworks
Manly Harbour Village
Shire Clerk Cottage Markets
Royal Queensland Yacht Sqaudron
Wynnum Manly foreshore
Moreton Bay Trailer Boat Club
Wynnum foreshore & various locations
New Year’s Eve events
Wynnum Manly Sailing Club
Melbourne Cup Luncheon
March, July, Sept & Nov
Wynnum Manly bars, restaurants & cafes
St Helena Cup
Royal Queensland Yacht Sqaudron
Royal Queensland Yacht Sqaudron
Trick or Treat in the Street
Royal Queensland Yacht Sqaudron
Brisbane to Hamilton Island Yacht Race
Wynnum Manly bars, restaurants & cafes
Wynnum Manly bars, restaurants & cafes Wynnum Central
Shire Clerk Cottage
241 Tingal Road, Wynnum
Events subject to change
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WEEKLY & MONTHLY EVENTS 2021 Sat Park run Wynnum and Lota Sun Manly Creative Markets Little Bayside Park, Manly 1st & 3rd Sat Jan Powers Farmers Markets Little Bayside Park, Manly 1st Sat Movies in the Park Little Bayside Park, Manly www.VisitWynnummManly.com for more event information
ROYAL QUEENSLAND YACHT SQUADRON-RQYS WAGS (Wednesday Afternoon Go Sailing) Every Weds - registration from 12pm
Ladies Sailing Saturdays 1pm - 3pm
SHIRE CLERK COTTAGE MARKET Bi-monthly Market. 70 indoor and outdoor market stalls @ Shire Clerkâ€™s Cottage. Open to the public. Devonshire teas served on the cottage verandah. 2021 Market Days - 8am to 1pm Saturday 20 Mar, 17 Apr, 19 Jun, 14 Aug, 16 Oct, 11 Dec
Social Sailing Thurs & Fri 330pm - 5.30pm, Sat 9.30am - 11.30am
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241 Tingal Road, Wynnum Phone 0402 202 546 Shire Clerk Cottage Market
MANLY farmers markets
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MANLY HARBOUR VILLAGE This charming waterfront village sits overlooking beautiful Moreton Bay and Manly Boat Harbour with its plethora of boats and yachts. The ‘Village’ is a haven of cafes, restaurants, bars and niche boutiques with a friendly ambience that a small community offers.
Browse the coastal inspired Ebb & Flow and Bella Botiqo or catch up with friends over a coffee or lunch with million dollar views at Keith’s on Cambridge, Sea Vibes, Tide on the Jetty, Moreton Bay Trailer Boat Club or the Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron. The Manly Hotel offers fine fare and great entertainment. Bare Naked Bowls serve up nourishing Superfoods & much more. Manly Harbour Village provides for the everyday essentials with its own butcher, baker, post office, newsagent, florist and high quality IGA.
The Manly Village Medical Centre, Dentist on Cambridge and Manly Harbour Village Pharmacy offer services for residents and visitors alike. RE/Max Advantage provides property advice for those looking for the bay lifestyle. Enjoy the weekend markets, monthly open air movie nights and festivals from Halloween to Sailing. Marvel at the yachts cruising over Moreton Bay with their colourful sails or thrill at the fast and furious Dragon Boats.
Tide on the Jetty opened on William Gunn Jetty at Manly in 2016. The overwater restaurant and bar, with its alfresco dining and unbeatable bay views, is owned and run by a group of Bayside friends. The experienced businesswomen and mums had a vision to transform the venue into a destination for both residents and visitors alike. Over the past four years it has become a staple of
the Manly community, where locals meet for coffee, meetings, long lunches and date nights. It also hosts an array of events, from gin and wine tastings to Melbourne Cup lunches and New Yearâ€™s Eve parties. With its views over Moreton Bay, modern dining space and extensive breakfast, lunch and dinner options, Tide on the Jetty is one of Manlyâ€™s premiere venues. Map for illustrative purposes
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MANLY DINING Waterfront Manly Harbour Village is the ideal setting to enjoy a meal with harbour views.Fine dine on oysters, Moreton Bay bugs and mud crab or tuck into take-away fish ‘n chips along the Manly foreshore. Be spoilt for choice whilst enjoying waterside, casual dining at Tide on the Jetty or the fabulous views over Manly Harbour at Sea Vibes or Keith’s on Cambridge. Stunning harbour views can be enjoyed from the deck of the Moreton Bay Trailer Boat Club and Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron Harbour View Restaurant, and be assured, the cuisine matches the view. Try an early sunset drink before dining in sight of the stars, or if early morning is more your style try a Superfood or Acai bowl at Bare Naked Bowls. The Manly Hotel offers quality pub meals and cold drinks. Discover a Melbourne style lane way café or French bistro, Italian, Thai, Chinese and Sushi all dotted throughout the Village hub. Live music at weekends and mid-week in many venues adds to the relaxed Bayside vibe.
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FRUITY MARKET IDEAS Head to the Jan Power Farmers Markets in Manly Harbour Village and get amongst the fresh fruit. The mangoes and stone fruit are especially ripe in summer, as are this seasons cherries. Think outside the box and toss together a Salsa to compliment prawns, leftover ham and turkey, as a zesty topper on some Straddie oysters or to add zing to Fridayâ€™s fish tacos. Finely dice a ripe mango - or if you prefer pineapple - add a peeled and chopped peach or stone fruit of choice (apricot, nectarine or plums go well). Finely dice a small red onion and as much chilli as you can stand. Toss together with roughly chopped coriander, a pinch of salt, a grind of black pepper, juice from a couple of limes and a small splash of extra virgin olive oil.
Summer is too hot to slave in the kitchen so have a go and play with the flavours till you get the taste you like. You cannot go wrong with this. Out of season, try pineapple and cucumber. Jan Power Farmers Markets are held 1st & 3rd Saturday at Little Bayside Park
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MINT MASSAGE We offer various treatments including total relaxation deep tissue and remedial massages in a peaceful and calming environment.
1B/188 Stratton Terrace, Manly Open 7 days 9.00am - 9.00pm 3348 5288 | 0435 833125
The Moreton Bay Discovery Museum, on William Gunn Jetty at Manly, will showcase the wonders of Moreton Bay for Brisbane residents and visitors. Where else in the world can you see dolphins and whales, dugong and turtles - incredible wildlife experiences - as well as the islands themselves?
Financial support has been received from all levels of government to complete the museum building that is adjacent to the Wynnum Manly Visitor Information Centre. Funding is now being sought to install the interactive display experiences. Tax Deductable Donations can be made through the PayPal Giving Fund. Every dollar of your donation goes towards completing this locally based asset. You will receive a tax deduction receipt to the value of your donation with absolutely no fees or charges deducted. Go to the Moreton Bay Discovery Centre & Museum Facebook page for links to make your donation.
MANLY GROWS... When James Warner surveyed this district in 1859, the entire area was covered with dense bushland and scrubby vegetation. On the foreshore there were swamps and mangroves. Most of the newly surveyed acreage lots were in the hands of investors and lay dormant for the next 20 years. In October 1882 David, James and John Arnold advertised the first sale of residential land, “Manly Beach”. Mary Street (now Stratton Terrace) was intended to be the main street of this new development with Mr Savage, a grocer and baker, opening the very first shop there in 1894. There were thirteen residents. The colony was in the midst of a severe depression.
Crutchfield’s Beach Kiosk
But the arrival of a new railway line in November 1889, connecting Brisbane with Cleveland and running through Wynnum and Manly, was the turning-point for future development. Land seekers, day trippers, campers, all streamed down the hill from the railway station along the present Cambridge Parade to reach the foreshore. Or they could choose to be transported from the station in Mr Richard Russell’s horse cab. Cambridge Parade was the natural route, connecting the station to the beach. Two further General Stores opened, opposite each other. Mr Curtis bought land in 1896 for his General Store and Tea Garden. Mr Russell built his Store and Assembly Hall around 1899. Campers arrived and set up tents, rented from Crutchfield’s Beach Kiosk. Here too, they could also purchase hot water and basic provisions. Holiday boarding houses were built. The Albert Hall was a short walk along the Esplanade and provided a venue for dances. Many Jetty Kiosk was built by 1899 with enclosed baths, the Jetty Kiosk and a dance hall. Mary Todd, a later owner of the Beach Kiosk, built a house on the corner of Mary Street and Cambridge Parade, in the hope of obtaining a Liquor Licence and opening the first hotel. In 1907, the population of Manly voted “No Thank You” and Manly remained dry until the 1950’s . Source: Wynnum Manly Historical Society Inc. | December 2020
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WYNNUM RETAIL & DINING Wynnum Central is having a renaissance with new retail, dining and the Wynnum Cinema opening in 2021. The Fat Duck on Bay Terrace is a Modern Wine, Tapas & Cocktail bar with nearby Mr Hibachi serving Asian Fusion as the perfect complement. A short stroll along Bay Terrace is the Waterloo Bay Hotel Fig Restaurant and Beer garden providing an al fresco food and bar experience â€˜on the greenâ€™. Hudson Brewing is an independent craft brewery serving freshly made local beer.
These have added to the array of arcade of alley style dining, cafes and artisan Gelato at â€˜Matildaâ€™sâ€™ which has quickly become a favourite. Biltong & Jerky Hut add to mix their South African style in Florence Street. Wynnum CBD is becoming a haven for boutiques both homewares and fashion. Sobidah Clothing Co offers womenâ€™s clothing and accessories concentrating on natural fibres. Discover a retro bargain, visit a florist or browse in a bookshop in this friendly village style centre. Anne Higgs Photography will capture those special family moments. Looking to live the lifestyle? Travis & Tandi Gill at RE/ MAX Advantage can provide all your property needs. Lato Baia apartments have the bayside life style with Raine & Horne happy to show you around.
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BILTONG & JERKY HUT
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Taste of Italy in Wynnum The flavours of Italy have grown with the expansion of the Bayside’s best gelato shop with the opening of ‘Matilda – The Art of Gelato’ on the corner of Florence Street and Bay Terrace.
Owners Rudi and Isabella pride themselves serving artisan Italian gelato, freshly made on the premises using the finest ingredients. “Quality is important” says Isabella adding “we are not like a ‘fast food’ ice cream outlet and choose carefully the shops to supply us, such as using Norco local milk and fresh fruit to bring out the natural fruit flavours.”
Rudi started his working life as a nurse in Italy. Whilst helping a friend in a local gelato shop, what started as a bit of a joke adding surplus fruit to the gelato, Rudi quickly became an expert. He arrived in 2012 in Australia to be with Isabella in Brisbane. When she fell pregnant they moved back to Italy for the birth of their first child….Matilda. Rudi took the year to learn the art of gelato making before their return to Australia.
They both thought opening an artisan gelato shop would go down well in Brisbane. Wanting to be close to the sea they fell in love with Wynnum with its seaside charm. As an added bonus it was near their home and work base in Carina and close to friends and family.
The original ‘Matilda’ shop – named after their daughter - opened in March 2018 in Edith Street. They saw the location as a busy CBD with medical centres, shops and post office plus kerbside parking. They quickly picked up a loyal following and became a regular haunt for parents with children post school or looking for a weekend treat.
The new Florence Street premises continues its uncommercial ambience featuring red (for food) and purple (for relaxing), giving it a European vibe that reflects its Italian heritage. It has allowed them to grow their existing business and be able to offer gelato into the evenings and weekends. How does their daughter Matilda feel about her name being so prominent? “She is very popular at Kindy and very happy to be the namesake of the gelato shop.” says Isabella.
They love Wynnum for its community, people and connection with regular customers. “It’s a small village with a seaside vibe” they both say and reminds them of their origins in North East Italy. And what’s the most popular gelato? “Chocolate, strawberry and cookies” Rudi quickly says, adding they have produced special flavours such as pumpkin gelato to tie in with the Wynnum Halloween Street Parade. They cover for all tastes and needs such as sorbet for vegan…gluten free…dairy free. “Gelato with every food” says Rudi. Ciao to that we can all agree!
WYNNUM REPUBLIC Where in the world is this country? It declared independence and set up a republic in 2014, and then announced an aristocracy where anyone could become an aristocrat if they paid for it (online, using PayPal). This small country then announced the appointment of a president, who was elected if they placed the highest bid in an online auction.
Although it’s small, its population is larger than four countries that have seats at the UN. And the final bit of good news – anyone can become a citizen by just applying online and it’s completely free – no lengthy application process, in fact all they need is your name, address, email address and a phone number. You simply apply online. That’s it. Citizens even get issued a passport. Where is this strange country, you may ask? Well you might already be living in it. It’s the Republic of Wynnum.
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ON THE BAY Manly Harbour Marina is the largest man-made harbour on Australia’s eastern sea board with over 1,200 boats and yachts ranging from modest to the luxury. It is host to boat clubs and marinas each with their own individual character that provides for members and visitors. The Harbour is the ideal base to explore the wonders of the Moreton Bay Marine Park and its myriad of islands and is home to the biggest herd of Dugong living close to a city. Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron - One of Australia’s premier yacht clubs established in 1885. It hosts a multitude of activities both on and off the water. It attracts state and national sailing events and provides options from Adventure Sailing to cruising. Wynnum Manly Yacht Club - The membership based club hosts a range of craft from large motor cruisers, runabouts and trailer-sailers to ocean going keel boats. Interests range from cruising, serious racing and social. Annual events include the St Helena Cup and Lady Skippers Race. Moreton Bay Trailer Boat Club – A world class state of the art floating 350 berth marina. The Club provides members and visitors with a range of facilities from berths, fuel, showers and coin laundry. East Coast Marina has an impressive, multi-tier, multi-million dollar ‘Dry Stack’ development with long and short term stays available both in dry storage and marina berths. It has many marine services within its precinct. Enjoy the Bay direct out of Manly Harbour with Manly Dragon Boat Club. Wetlands and mangroves at either end of the foreshore provide a great way to experience the marine nature and over 200 species of migratory and wading birds. The purpose-built Mangrove Boardwalk at the Wynnum North end is the ideal way to explore this important ecosystem.
MARINAS & BOATING East Coast Marina 570 Royal Esplanade, Manly (07) 3393 3811 www.eastcoastmarina.com.au Moreton Bay Trailer Boat Club 34 Fairlead Crescent, Manly (07) 3396 8161 www.mbtbc.com Royal Queensland Yacht Squadron 578 Royal Esplanade, Manly (07) 3396 8666 www.rqys.com.au Wynnum Manly Yacht Club 510-542 Royal Esplanade (07) 3393 5708 www.wmyc.com.au Manly Dragon Boat Club 0421 858 615 www.manlydragons.com
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Property in 2020 and 2021
2020 ends a very different year than it began. It has been a year that nobody could have planned for - no individual, no business, no government. 2020 however turned out to be an overall stable year for property prices in Australia with prices nationally softening only slightly, despite the impact of a once-in-a-century pandemic. The real estate industry responded rapidly to the changing landscape and gave confidence to its customers as it continued providing sales and property management services. Depending on the type and location of the home, owners and investors sold property in good time, often without having to compromise on price and sometimes for well above reserve at auction. Indications are that there will be strong property market growth through the first quarter of 2021, and beyond, with Brisbane likely to be one of the forerunners. The RBA is saying it is unlikely to lift interest rates for up to three years. Home loan affordability is at its best level in possibly 18 years. With affordability, a diverse local economy and a high demand for quality property, there will be sustained growth through 2021, especially with interest rates approaching zero. House prices have rebounded after every recession or downturn in the past 50 years, including the early 1990s recession and the global financial crisis. Perhaps our appreciation for the true value of bricks and mortar as assets has heightened through 2020. We go into 2021 with positivism and confidence in a strong property market. Pair this with the local Wynnum/Manly community adding a wonderful mix of new restaurants, wine bars and cafes, along with the opening of the long awaited cinema complex in the first quarter of 2021, our local market is destined for continued growth. It is no wonder we are seeing such a large influx of buyers and renters to our area from inner city and interstate.
To discuss all your real estate needs, contact Tandi and Travis Gill of RE/MAX Advantage on 0422 804 419.
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IT STILL FEELS LIKE HOME Even though I moved inner city, I travel to Wynnum every Sunday to visit my mother.
Pick up is at St Peters Anglican Church where she attends morning service, and we head to the mangrove boardwalk. Both mum and the dog enjoy the walk with the views always changing. I remember when the site was the local tip, my father would take us kids down for a â€˜visitâ€™.
Pandoraâ€™s Thrift Shop Pick up a bargain at this great pre-loved shop next to St Peters in Wynnum. This shop raises funds to ďŹ nancially support the Wynnum community as well as our ongoing outreach programs. Donations welcome.
Heading off for morning coffee we drive through Wynnum Central. Mum remembers all the old shops and is amazed with the transformation of the former Moreton Bay College site where she attended school, now a vibrant spot with Mr Hibachi and The Fat Duck opening. It is on our to do list, as is the new cinema. The drive is slow along the high street as mum likes to look in the shop windows. Lucky for me they are closed or we would never get coffee.
Mumsâ€™ favourite is Frenchies on the Terrace or a walk through Manly Creative Markets to Tide on the Jetty to enjoy breakfast with a view. On the way home, Matildaâ€™s gelato is a must â€“ lemon for her & something different for me. Special memories of a special place. Kathy Robertson
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ACCOMMODATION Wynnum Area
Pelicanâ€™s Nestle Inn (07) 3396 3214
Corporate Beach House 0412 066 198
Queensport Motel & Tavern, Hemmant (07) 3908 5500
Manly Harbour Backpackers (07) 3396 3824 / 1800 800 157 Manly Marina Cove Motel (07) 3348 1000
Shangri-La Gardens, Wynnum West (07) 3308 5100
Manly Mountjoy Apartment 0411 023 860
Waterloo Bay Hotel / Motel (07) 3893 2344
Rosebay Getaway 0432 327 990 / (07) 3396 1196
Wilde Street Accommodation 0403 769 922 / 0400 944 276
The Friendly Chat, Thorneside (07) 3822 3226 / 0448 462 151
Wynnum Anchor Motel (07) 3396 3037
The Manly Hotel (07) 3249 5999
Wynnum Bayside Apartments (07) 3396 5324 Wynnum Manly Bayside Lodge 0411 365 284 Wynnum Manly Hideaway (07) 3348 3583 / 0438 334 835
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