Waiheke Marketplace : September 26th 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 10 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, SEPTEMBER 26, 2012 ISLAND businessnews WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE - PROMOTING LOCAL BUSINESS SUCCESS Advertising Feature EARLY BIRD TICKETS $25 REGULAR PRICE $30 10AM - 4PM 12 Diverse and distinctive Waiheke gardens • Inspiring properties, stunning coastal landscapes • Waiheke Bayleys Art in the Garden • Island wine, olive oil and other gourmet treats • Live music • Central Landscape Massive Plant Sale • Garden and cookbook sale • On sale from 13th October at -- SeaLink Half Moon Bay or online at www.sealink.co.nz, Waiheke Take Note, Fullers Matiatia, Fullers Downtown Auckland and Waiheke Marketplace (cash only). Also at Waiheke i-Site and online at www.iticket.co.nz FROM 29 OCTOBER 13-28 OCTOBER SEALINK HOT DEAL Only $182 return travel for your car and two persons plus two Early Bird Safari passes, SAVING $88! *Visit www.sealink.co.nz *Valid until 28 Oct 2011 www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz We look forward to wining and dining you in our magical little valley on Waiheke Island! For Reservations, functions and other enquiries: Phone 09 372 6884, Email firstname.lastname@example.org The Restaurant at Te Motu 76 Onetangi Road, Waiheke Island, Auckland, New Zealand Opening Hours Lunch Thursday to Sunday from 12pm Dinner Friday and Saturday from 6pm Wine tastings Thursday to Sunday from 11am TOP 50 RESTAURANT OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2012 Mums Coffee Group Thursday Morning Coffee Group for Mums 10.00 - 11.00am $10 per mum includes; Coffee, tea or hot chocolate & morning tea $4 per child includes; Drink .äuffy or puice/ & morning tea Available from Thursday 27 September and an on-going weekly event! Like us on Facebook - Te Motu Vineyard, to see more details Set Lunch Deal Thursday and Friday Set Lunch Deal Great for a quick work lunch or meeting with friends! Available every week from Thursday 27 September Bread & butter, set main course and a glass of Cabernet Merlot All for $40 Commuters enjoy new audiology clinic Branching out: Audiologist Catherine Camp says the new Lifestyle Audiology clinic on Lower Hobson St will be useful for commuters or people who are in Auckland. Locally owned and oper- ated hearing clinic in Oneroa, Lifestyle Audi- ology, has opened a Downtown clinic. Located in Lower Hob- son St, it is close to the ferry terminal and handy for city workers. "We could see that it was difficult for some commuters to fit in a trip to the Oneroa clinic dur- ing the work day," regis- tered audiologist Cath- erine Camp says. "If someone is in town, it is easier for them to have an appointment city-side without dis- rupting their day." When the Oneroa clinic opened three years ago it saved many clients from having to take off a whole day to go to Auck- land for appointments. High-end hearing instruments today are packed with powerful electronics and are pro- grammable to meet the specific needs of the user. "Now it is possible for clients to have a hearing aid fitted on Waiheke and for some of the adjustments to take place in town. This can also apply the other way around too, so it is very handy for our clients," Catherine says. One of Lifestyle Audi- ology s recent clients is well-known local wine- maker John Dunleavy. Catherine says: "We were amazed to get reports back from friends who said what a differ- ence they d noticed in John." After a few visits the programming was able to compensate very accu- rately for his particular hearing loss profile. John says: "It made a huge difference socially, particularly in places where it was quite noisy, and it made a huge dif- ference at home! "I stopped saying: Par- don? Eh? What? because I couldn t hear people, particularly in meetings. I d have to ask what it was all about after- wards." Lifestyle Audiology is at 23 Korora Rd, Oneroa and Hobson St, phone 372 9999 for both clinics. Visit lifestyle audiology.co.nz. Bayleys backs art auction New sponsor: Jassy Dean Trust chairman Greg Dean and Waiheke Bayleys owner Mary Curnow announce the Waiheke Bayleys Art in the Garden, in association with the Sealink Jassy Dean Trust Garden Safari. The Jassy Dean Trust has announced Waiheke Bayleys will sponsor its initiative involving artists and their art- works over Garden Safari weekend on November 10 and 11. The Waiheke Bayleys Art in the Garden fea- tures a display of works of art in eight of the 12 safari gardens as well as an art auction event on November 9, at which artworks will be sold to raise funds for the trust to help sick children on Waiheke. The auction is at Roro- hara, Pie Melon Bay, at 5.30pm and will be direc- ted by John Hawkesby, with drinks and refresh- ments and entertain- ment by a cappella group Little Sister. Works by prestigious artists will be up for grabs, including Denis O Connor and Fiona Pardington. Waiheke Bayleys owner Mary Curnow says the company is excited to be involved with the worthwhile cause. Last year s auc- tion event raised over $10,000 for the trust. Tickets for the auction event are $65 and include a ticket to the Garden Safari. Buy tickets from Take Note, i-Site in Oneroa or at iticket.co.nz. Oneroa gets a DoubleShot Expresso An expresso bar is popping up on Oneroa s main street between Waiheke First National and Island. The new DoubleShot Espresso premises and concept is the brainchild of Shane Webster, also owner of Waiheke Auto Rentals at Matiatia. His aim is to supply the "freshest roast and scientifically perfect brew". "Not only will we have a great range of speciality coffee and tea but also the right coffee maker who understands the art of mak- ing a great coffee at speed. Our point of difference is every coffee is a double shot -- hence the name -- and we will also offer a range of coffee to try and take home." The coffee beans DoubleShot Espresso will be using are sourced from 17 countries and are what the industry calls "real trade". Shane says: "We hope in time DoubleShot Espresso will become the locals version of Cheers -- a place where everybody knows your name!" DoubleShot Espresso aims to open in mid-October.
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