Community-led activations ignite Shoreline’s social calendar

Local businesses and community groups are taking it upon themselves to create fun and interactive activities for the neighbourhood to enjoy.

As the Shoreline community continues to grow and come to life, so too does its social calendar of community-led events and activities, the perfect way to connect with your neighbours and enjoy the very best of our vibrant neighbourhood! Let’s see what’s on offer!


Shoreline Markets – July 7, 5:00pm-9:00pm on Jingeri Street – with more dates in September and November 

From the creators of the much-loved Milky Way Market in Kingston and Mingle Markets in Yarrabilba comes the Shoreline Markets! As the sun sets on July 7, Jingeri Street at Shoreline will become a hive of activity with over bespoke market stalls and a range of international cuisine from food trucks. Some of the vendors confirmed for the first Shoreline Markets event include Beech Mountain Distillery, Sum Blokes BBQ Rubs and Spices, Kiwiana Kraft, Naturals to you and more!

In an additional twist, enjoy roving entertainers, live music, dancing, pony rides, an animal farm, and of course, everything you know and love about a traditional night market.

Supported by a Shoreline Community Grant, the Shoreline Markets will be held throughout 2023, with additional market nights planned in September and November.

To learn more about the Shoreline Markets, visit their Facebook page here.


Gentle yoga with A Little Left of Centre

Unwind from the daily grind and soak up the best of nature with yoga sessions in Jingeri Park.

A Little Left of Centre has partnered with LeTorias Café to deliver 60-minute yoga sessions that are tailored to all ages and abilities, followed by a cup of coffee with your yogi classmates.

These sessions are $12 and are typically held on Saturdays and require attendees to bring a yoga mat, water bottle and towel.

For more information or to find out when the next session is, follow A Little Left of Centre on Facebook.


Bootcamp sessions with Babe Army Fitness

Looking for ways to work up a sweat and meet likeminded people in the Shoreline community? Look no further than bootcamp sessions with Babe Army Fitness in Jingeri Park. Held on Thursday mornings from 6:30am, these sessions have been designed with inclusivity in mind – meaning people with all levels of fitness are welcome to give it a go.

Sessions are $15 and include a cup of coffee afterwards at LeTorias Café. Bookings are required, so be sure to text 0431083320 to secure your spot in next Thursday’s class.

For those that are only available on weekends, get excited – from August, you’ll be able to pump iron in the park. Follow the Babe Army Fitness page here for further updates.  


Coffee with a cop – Sunday, 2nd July from 9am-11am at LeTorias Café

Have questions about protecting your home or business?

Shoreline’s upcoming Coffee with a Cop brings police officers and the community together in an informal setting to break down the barriers between law enforcement and the citizens they serve.

Attendees will be able to sign up to have a free security assessment of their home or business.

No registrations required – just turn up to LeTorias Café on Sunday, 2nd July between 9am and 11am to learn more.