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Day of Remembrance for Queen Elizabeth II

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Tomorrow marks the Day of Remembrance for Queen Elizabeth II.

For 70 years, Queen Elizabeth the Second reigned as Australia’s Head of State. During her reign, The Queen visited Australia 16 times and saw more of this country than most Australians, visiting every state and territory.

The Queen consulted with 16 Prime Ministers and 16 Governors-General served in her name. She was the patron of more than 20 Australian charities and associations.

If you’d like to leave a message of condolence for the Royal family you can do so online via this link. 

To commemorate the Queen many stores will have reduced hours or will be closed as a mark of respect.


Please check before heading out tomorrow to make sure your shopping destination is open. Note: All business names link to website/social media pages.



Bottletree Kitchen Bensville – Open 7am – 11am for coffee, cakes and savoury treats


Ken’s Humble Pies – Open 7am -4pm


RHONDAS  – Same hours as usual.


Deepwater Plaza Woy Woy – Will be open this Thursday 22 September for the National Day of Mourning public holiday for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Coles | 7am – 10pm          Kmart | 8am – 6pm              Specialty stores | 10am – 4pm*
*Individual specialty store trading hours may vary.


Albie’s Coffee Bar -We will be on as per usual 6-12 For the people !


Evoque Brow Bar – Will be closed


Alira Hair – Will be open as usual


Laneway Terrigal – Will be open for your food and coffee needs from 6am – 10am (Tip: Order ahead via the Hey You app)


Bam Vino Cellars – Will be open -11am – 5pm


Rise Bakery Ettalong – Rise will be open until 11am, this Thursday 22nd September. There will be limited quantities of delicious baked goods so it’s best to come early!


Legend Coffee –  Will be open 7.30am – 12.00pm


Oldfield Cellars – Will be open tomorrow from 10am -8.00pm


Anthony’s Seafood – Will be closed – Reopening Friday for all your seafood and burger needs.


Murphy’s Quality Butchery – Will be closed


Commercial Fisherman’s Co-op Tacoma & Swansea– Will be closed


Point Cafe, Avoca Beach – Will be open on Thursday.


Kincumber Village – Thursday 22 September, Kincumber Village will be open public holiday hours of 10am – 4pm for the National Day of Mourning for Her Majesty The Queen.
Coles will be trading from 7:00am – 10:00pm. Specialty store hours may vary – please contact them for further information.


Central Coast Council – Council offices will be closed and some of Council’s services and facilities, such as leisure centres, libraries, customer service centres will be impacted. Essential services will continue to operate. View full details here


Don’t forget Double Demerits are now in place – Read all the details here


See what else is on here!