Posted in June 2019

Paul Tonkin, Lawyer and health advocate

Posted on 18 June 2019
Paul Tonkin, Lawyer and health advocate
Paul Tonkin was admitted as a partner in the firm Tonkin Drysdale Partners (TDP) on the same day that his father Phil Tonkin, who opened the doors of TD Tonkin & Co on July 13, 1958, announced his retirement in 1992. He joined Darrell Pannowitz OAM, who is now Managing Partner, Jim Drysdale, who retired in 2002 and John Fitzpatrick, who retired in 2004. Paul Quinn was subsequently admitted as Partner in 2004 followed by Lee Pawlak, an Accredited Specialist in Family Law, in 2014. I...
Posted in: Cover Story June 2019  

Atlantis developer to build hotel at Ettalong Beach

Posted on 1 June 2019
Atlantis developer to build hotel at Ettalong Beach
Mars Property Group, developers of the Atlantis residential apartments at Ettalong Beach have lodged a Development Application with Central Coast Council for a five-storey hotel at 216-220 Memorial Avenue, Ettalong Beach, behind the Atlantis. The DA includes the demolition of all existing structures on the site and the construction of a new five-storey hotel with 83 rooms over four levels and two levels of basement parking for 77 vehicles and a roof terrace with bar, pool and lounge. T...
Posted in: Property June 2019  

Frogy's gone!

Posted on 1 June 2019
Frogy's gone!
Frogy's, the derelict former roller skating rink on Gosford's Mann Street that has been the subject of derision and embarrassment for the past 15 years has finally been demolished and the site levelled. Acquired by developer New Hong Kong Macau Pty Ltd in 2014 and a 3-tower development known as Waterside approved by the Joint Regional Planning Panel in early 2015 the project has been in limbo ever since due to difficulties encountered in the demolition of the Frogy's site. ...
Posted in: Business News June 2019  

Ecotourism business bounces to new heights

Posted on 1 June 2019
Ecotourism business bounces to new heights
Tree Tops Adventure Park in the Ourimbah State Forest at Wyong has introduced a 'suspended net park' to the Australian market. Having successfully launched its first TreeTop Net World last month, TreeTops and its parent company Ecoline are now working on plans to introduce the innovative attraction across its five other existing locations across NSW in addition to scouting for other suitable locations across the country. The business, which began in 2008, has seen a 52% inc...
Posted in: Business News June 2019  

Day trippers up - overnighters down

Posted on 1 June 2019
Day trippers up - overnighters down
Tourism Research Australia and Destination NSW have released visitor travel data for the year ended December 2018 for all regions across Australia and they make interesting reading for the Central Coast's tourism industry. Domestic Daytrip Travel ('000) 2018 3,879 2017 3,568 2016 3,453 2015 3,280 2014 3,195 The past five yea...
Posted in: June 2019 Tourism News  
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