After photo of our little renovated beach shack in Amity

Our home’s history | Amity Point beach shack renovations

Let me tell you a little bit about the history of this house. Situated on Claytons Road, in Amity, on about 600sqm It was built in 1959 by the owner – Col Bennet and his builder mate, it is made from the materials of their first house which was located on Kindara Street, right on the water, and when erosion …

Megan and Brodie | Amity Point wedding

Amity Point has created some very cool things in our life and this Amity Point wedding was up there with one of the best We live in the village and we really freakin’ love it. You know how sometimes, every now and then you meet someone and instantly click. That is what happened with ourselves and Megan and Brodie. We …

Toompany Beach bridal party

Kym and Al | local Amity wedding

One of our favourite things to do is shoot an Amity wedding. We live here and we love it So what do you get when you add a close community, a bride and groom who have been together since they were teenagers. Plus seven bridesmaids, four (or was that 5!) groomsmen and two flower girls. Mix in two different wedding …