R & R Property NEWSLETTER
The people of Bulahdelah have continually advised us that our services are required within their area and thus we have endeavoured to meet that.
As our footprint within the Bulahdelah area has expanded we have realised that the area has a unique story to tell. Hence we have created “The Alum” so named to honour the magnificent mountain overseeing the township. This is the legendary forms local name, not the official name but we think that’s fitting as well. Local is made of legend.
We truly hope you enjoy our series and please if you have a local story to tell which you would like seen in print and thus shared with your community please contact us.
Denise and The R & R Property Team
The R & R Property Team.
- Alum Newsletter 8 – ‘R and R Property’
- Alum Newsletter 7 – ‘Irene Worth (nee Towers): Early Family Life’
- Alum Newsletter 6 – ‘Empire Day’
- Alum Newsletter 5 – ‘Iconic Wade Family Store’
- Alum Newsletter 4 – ‘Christmas In The Bush’
- Alum Newsletter 3 – ‘Fun Times In Booral – Margarette Smith’
- Alum Newsletter 2 – ‘Tragedy On The Mountain’
- Alum Newsletter 1 – ‘Early Days of Bulahdelah’
Flannel Flower Story
A much loved Australian wild flower, that is an icon for the Myall Lakes region. The Flannel Flower grows in natural fields of bushland and is easily identified for the brilliant white textured petals, and the soft green and grey foliage.
Emerging in Spring the Flannel flower is absolutely stunning in full bloom with large fields of white covering the landscape. There is nothing more unforgettable than walking through the field of flowers.
The Flannel Flower represents close relationships, intimacy and healing. The Flannel flower is also the symbol used for Aboriginal mental health foundation as this represents resilience, beauty and the ability to adapt.
Painted with love, this is a stunning painting that is even more brilliant to see close up, just like the flower.