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The Waverton Hub

75 Bay Rd Waverton 2060

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Dear friend


Ten years ago Helen L’Orange had an idea …which became the Waverton Hub and this year's Christmas party was about celebrating those 10 years as well as the forthcoming festive season.


It was a jolly crowd and there were a number who have been with the Hub since the beginning … it is a testament to the success of the organisation that they are still active members.


As one relatively new to the Hub (I joined 4 years ago) I am most grateful to the team who run things - and who are keeping me in tune with the organisation. It was a wonderful opportunity to thank everyone who contributes to the running of the Hub, especially the executive and to honour Helen for her vision which had brought us all together.


Those who couldn't attend didn't just miss the great vibe, they also missed a delicious and never-ending selection of delicious morsels from Waterview Cafe. The crowning glory was the cakes – one gluten-free so no one missed out.


This is just the beginning of end-of-year celebrations for many and there will be more get-togethers as Christmas gets closer. This week the Christmas choir met for the first time and began working with choir leader Peter Butt on a selection of carols for the performances at Waverton Station in December.


As we get into the festive spirit I hope you will make the time to be involved with at least one end-of-year get-together and celebrate the friendships you have made through our amazing Hub.


Carol Fallows




Cutting the cake

Some of the original Board with Carol


It seemed to be a pink day - which brightened up the otherwise weather! 

 Other Hub members enjoying the day


North Sydney Community Award winners for 2023

Congratulations to Hub Member Linda Bisnette who with Janice Hui were the joint winners of the Community Builder Award. They were recognised for their work in helping skilled migrants gain employment through a workshop and one-on-one coaching services at Crows Nest Centre. More than 70 per cent of participants have found jobs linked to their professional field of expertise as a result. Linda is also President of the Zonta Club of North Sydney.


There were 29 joint winners for the Living Legend Award – all of whom are volunteers with the North Sydney Bushcare Program. Each have contributed 20 or more years of service. Bushcare celebrates its 30th anniversary in April. These include Hub Members Mary Lyn Lawrence who has served 30 years and Hilary Walker. Many other Hub Members also volunteer for Bushcare.


Congratulations to all the winners.



MyMedicare is a new voluntary patient registration model. It aims to formalise the relationship between patients, their general practice, general practitioner and primary care teams. Find out who is eligible and how you can register.







Monday Local Walks
November 27, 2023, 7:30 am to November 27, 2023, 9:30 am

Meet at Waverton at 7.30am. Bring your Opal Card and Mask.
Click here.. to see details of this walk and photos from last week.


Out of Area Walk
November 27, 2023, 9:30 am to November 27, 2023, 2:00 pm

Meet at Waverton at 9:30am. Bring your Opal Card and Mask.

A walk may start earlier if it is a long one. This will be advised by email a few days prior. 


Thursday Out of Area Walk
November 30, 2023, 9:30 am to November 30, 2023, 2:00 pm

Meet at Waverton at 9:30am. Bring your Opal Card and Mask.

A walk may start earlier if it is a long one. This will be advised by email a few days prior. 

The route will be the same as the Monday walk, sometimes we will modify it.

The Leader will vary from week to week - if you would like to join our group of leaders let us know when you come. 








‘Hub Christmas Carolling’

CALLING ALL SINGERS (and those who just like to sing).  The Hub Christmas Choir is up and running after 3 years of Covid.  Come and join us for fun carols at Waverton village.

PERFORMANCES: Waverton village, Tuesday 19 Dec, 5 pm—6 pm, and Thursday 21 December, 5 pm—6 pm

PRACTICES: 4 Wednesday evenings at Crows Nest Uniting Church, Shirley Road, Wollstonecraft (near fire station) 6 pm—7 pm: 22 Nov, 29 Nov, 6 Dec, 13 Dec. (Please attend at least 3 practices, unless you are an experienced musician or invited artist.)

PARKING FOR PRACTICES: Free Council parking at Nicholson parking station (about 50 metres from practice venue)

PRIOR SINGING EXPERIENCE? Unnecessary (but helpful if you can keep basically in tune!)


ANY QUESTIONS? Contact Peter Butt on 0438 687 440





Family History Group 2024

Did you spend your COVID days learning about your family history? And learnt that there was so much more to learn? Wondering where to go to from here?

If this is you, then you might be interested in joining a local group who can share, collaborate, learn, brainstorm and sympathise together while breaking down those brickwalls.

Please get in touch and let us know of your interest.




The Hub art class will return on Wednesday mornings in 2024. The class will encompass both painting and drawing and be suitable for both people with experience and new comers interested in beginning to draw or paint. Numbers will be limited. In order to help us cater to people’s interests  could you please let us know

  1. If you are interested in this class
  2. Whether your preference is for painting or drawing
  3. Whether you consider yourself experienced or a beginner

Please email




The Hub is organising a theatre party to see David Williamson’s new play, The Great Divide at the Ensemble on Thursday 18 April at 11.00 am. The Ensemble has a shuttle bus to take people to and from Milson’s Point Station. The cost of the tickets is $83.00.

The bookings will open in March  




Plus all the Exercise Classes and these activities;





Tai Chi / Qui Jong every Mon, Tue & Wed 8am in Brennan Park, 

The Coffee Catchup Tuesday 10am at Botanica 


Hub Happy Hour Wednesday 4.30pm at Cafe Quattro



Boules - Thursday 4.00pm on the Platform at the Coal Loader




COTA's November News and Webinar which is on Thursday 30th November 2023 at 10.30am, when they will be in conversation with Dr Stephen Ginsborg, Gary Jacobson and leading voices on the state of Men's Health in Australia and globally. "..Our fathers, partners, brothers and friends are facing a health crisis, yet it’s rarely talked about. Men are dying too young. We can’t afford to stay silent.." 


Australian innovation in Light Treatment for Parkinson's disease –

28 November – Ann Liebert


This talk will discuss the last 12 years of Australian research innovation in light therapy.  This has resulted in treatment protocols with a device approved by the TGA for the treatment of the symptoms of Parkinson's disease.


Light is a switch in the body and it can provide energy to cells in many processes. It is the relevant to our circadian rhythms, particularly the morning sun and the afternoon and evening sun which is rich in red light. The seasons also affect our circadian rhythms.


Ann Liebert is a clinician/scientist and Coordinator of Photomolecular Research at the San Hospital, Sydney


The meeting will be held at Piato Restaurant 123 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point at 7:00 am. Breakfast is served during the talk. 

Ken Preshaw
North Sydney Sunrise Rotary Club
internet -
mobile - 0411.109.158





11am to 8pm on November 24 and 25 

Then every Thursday, Friday and Saturday until December 23



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Warm regards,

The Hub eNews Team  



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