We’re all aware we share the leafy lower North Shore with some amazing wildlife – but some encounters are getting a bit too close for comfort!
A fascinating and historical new 3km walking track designed to showcase the breathtaking views from the Middle Harbour headlands will soon link to the famous Manly to Bondi Walk.
Brilliant initiative Seaside Scavenge is back on the shores of nearby Balmoral with a fun and unique community event. Help clean up the beach and swap any trash you find for treasure at the market stalls. There'll be live music too!
Two recent posts in the Willoughby Living Facebook Group gave the community a chilling reminder that Middle Harbour not only has a history of shark sightings, there have also been fatal attacks in the area. Lindy Batterham wrote this piece for Castlecrag's The Crag a few years ago on the very subject...
If you haven't had a chance to visit the new acre Artarmon, now's the time! They're throwing a huge Family Fun Day, and entry is free!
Have you been wondering about the recent closure of Bendigo Bank's North Willoughby branch?
Willoughby's history is incomplete without an ode to its most historic homes- all rare surviving examples of a bygone era. Here's a sneak peek into three of the area's most-loved and oldest homes - all lived in by members of the renowned Forsyth family.
So many fun activities have popped up in the local area for April school holidays - sailing, sports, drama, magic shows, public speaking, ninja warrior, craft, art and more. Book quick, some of these fill up fast!
Willoughby City Council is encouraging local businesses to register for Dine & Discover NSW - an initiative from the NSW Government that will see everyone over the age of 18 receive $100 in vouchers to spend with local businesses and services.