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Blue Flag Beach The two sandy beaches at Ballymoney are some of the most popular in the area. During the summer months the beach has a lifeguard service. Other amenities such as toilets and a coffee/ice-cream shop can be found at the southern beach and the nearby village. This beach has received a green coast award which is testimony to the cleanliness and quality of this rural beach.
Ballymoney Beach
Blue Flag Beach The two sandy beaches at Ballymoney are some of the most popular in the area. During the summer months the beach has a lifeguard service. Other amenities such as toilets and a coffee/ice-cream shop can be found at the southern beach and the nearby village. This beach has received a green coast award which is testimony to the cleanliness and quality of this rural beach.
Tara Hill is an isolated hill and associated village near the Irish Sea coast in north County Wexford, Ireland. Though only 253 metres high, it dominates the landscape of northeast Wexford. It provides extensive views of the Wexford coast line, from Courtown harbour to Castletown. Walking trails and fantastic view, with some historical notes en route.
Tara Hill
Tara Hill is an isolated hill and associated village near the Irish Sea coast in north County Wexford, Ireland. Though only 253 metres high, it dominates the landscape of northeast Wexford. It provides extensive views of the Wexford coast line, from Courtown harbour to Castletown. Walking trails and fantastic view, with some historical notes en route.
OPEN DAILY: from 10am-5pm. A great House & Gardens, a grand adventure for all. Explore, relax and enjoy, enchanted woodland walks, animal farm & falconry, adventure playground, archery and more.... Gate Entry:- Adult. €9 Concessions (Seniors/Students). €7 Child. €5 Family. (2 Adults, up to 3 Children) €24 Children under 2. FREE 053 918 6737 Included in your admission No time limits Tranquil Gardens & Arboretum Lady Frances Fairy & Gruffalo Walk Mogue’s Enchanted Woodland Walk (new) Playground Animal Farm (new additions) Brambles Restaurant (new) Craft Courtyard Free Parking Toilets & Baby changing facilities Free Wifi Access to Ireland’s no.1 Tourist attraction 2019 Explore acres of enchanting woodlands & gardens Picnic areas www.wellshouse.ie
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Wells House & Gardens
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OPEN DAILY: from 10am-5pm. A great House & Gardens, a grand adventure for all. Explore, relax and enjoy, enchanted woodland walks, animal farm & falconry, adventure playground, archery and more.... Gate Entry:- Adult. €9 Concessions (Seniors/Students). €7 Child. €5 Family. (2 Adults, up to 3 Children) €24 Children under 2. FREE 053 918 6737 Included in your admission No time limits Tranquil Gardens & Arboretum Lady Frances Fairy & Gruffalo Walk Mogue’s Enchanted Woodland Walk (new) Playground Animal Farm (new additions) Brambles Restaurant (new) Craft Courtyard Free Parking Toilets & Baby changing facilities Free Wifi Access to Ireland’s no.1 Tourist attraction 2019 Explore acres of enchanting woodlands & gardens Picnic areas www.wellshouse.ie
The Hook Lighthouse is a building situated on Hook Head at the tip of the Hook Peninsula in County Wexford, in Ireland. It is one of the oldest lighthouses in the world and the second oldest operating lighthouse in the world, after the Tower of Hercules in Spain. Hook Lighthouse News!!! Hook Lighthouse grounds and amenities has now re-opened 7 days per week and offers a brand new Hook Outdoor Guided Walking Tour The 800-year old Lighthouse visitor centre, which has been open to the public year-round since 2001, will now return to its normal opening hours of 7 days per week from Monday, May 31st. from 10am to 5pm The iconic Hook Lighthouse is the most popular tourist attraction in Wexford and the team at the lighthouse have taken carefully measured steps to re-open in a safe manner. Due to the current restrictions indoor guided tours of the Lighthouse are currently unavailable. FREE: Grounds access ticket. 051 397 055 www.hookheritage.ie
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Hook Lighthouse
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The Hook Lighthouse is a building situated on Hook Head at the tip of the Hook Peninsula in County Wexford, in Ireland. It is one of the oldest lighthouses in the world and the second oldest operating lighthouse in the world, after the Tower of Hercules in Spain. Hook Lighthouse News!!! Hook Lighthouse grounds and amenities has now re-opened 7 days per week and offers a brand new Hook Outdoor Guided Walking Tour The 800-year old Lighthouse visitor centre, which has been open to the public year-round since 2001, will now return to its normal opening hours of 7 days per week from Monday, May 31st. from 10am to 5pm The iconic Hook Lighthouse is the most popular tourist attraction in Wexford and the team at the lighthouse have taken carefully measured steps to re-open in a safe manner. Due to the current restrictions indoor guided tours of the Lighthouse are currently unavailable. FREE: Grounds access ticket. 051 397 055 www.hookheritage.ie
Loftus Hall is a large country house on the Hook peninsula, County Wexford, Ireland. Built on the site of the original Redmond Hall, it is said by locals to have been haunted by the devil and the ghost of a young woman. 087 069 4666 www.loftushall.ie
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Loftus Hall
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Loftus Hall is a large country house on the Hook peninsula, County Wexford, Ireland. Built on the site of the original Redmond Hall, it is said by locals to have been haunted by the devil and the ghost of a young woman. 087 069 4666 www.loftushall.ie
Kilpatrick Beach can be found next to Kilmichael Strand in Castletown, County Wexford. It is an extensive beach, known for its very rare sea shells and unusual sea stones and pebbles.
Kilpatrick Beach
Kilpatrick Beach can be found next to Kilmichael Strand in Castletown, County Wexford. It is an extensive beach, known for its very rare sea shells and unusual sea stones and pebbles.
The first thing that catches the eye at Kilmichael Point is the very generously dimensioned former coast guard building. But then the beautiful scenery comes to attention. Below the cliffs lies a secluded sandy beach and on a rock stands a lonely fragment of a ruin. Walking along the coast, you pass abandoned farm buildings and an old guard house, which has been coloured with graffiti. What really impresses is the tranquility that prevails in this secluded spot.
Kilmichael Point
The first thing that catches the eye at Kilmichael Point is the very generously dimensioned former coast guard building. But then the beautiful scenery comes to attention. Below the cliffs lies a secluded sandy beach and on a rock stands a lonely fragment of a ruin. Walking along the coast, you pass abandoned farm buildings and an old guard house, which has been coloured with graffiti. What really impresses is the tranquility that prevails in this secluded spot.
Clones Strand is an approximately two mile stretch of sand and shingle south of Kilmichael point, close to the village of Castletown. Take the old N.11 from Arklow towards Inch. Pass the Glanbia works drive under the railway line, and about a quarter of a mile further on is the left turn towards Castletown. Follow the road to the Golden Anchor Pub. There are three main access points to Clones Strand, but only two are of interest. The first is immediately north of the Pub, take a right and follow the lane down to the beach. To access the second drive south towards Tara Hill take the first left after crossing the river. This lane runs down to the Kilgorman section of the strand. Streams run out at both these access points obviously creating a point of interest for fish. There is a light lateral run off Clones Strand, so grip leads are advisable. The beach gives access to reasonably deep water and fishes best from dusk into darkness. Recent catches include Dogfish (two at a time), Flounder, and small Dabs. This beach had a great reputation for winter Codling in days gone by. Sadly other than an odd fish they appear to be a thing of the past. However spring 2010 saw good numbers of small Codling in the 30cm bracket landed, especially during competitions, so fingers crossed. On the other hand Bass, and Smooth Hound during the summer and autumn are worth targeting. There is also the possibility still of encountering a Ray on calm summer nights, as this beach was once famous for them.
Clone Strand
Clones Strand is an approximately two mile stretch of sand and shingle south of Kilmichael point, close to the village of Castletown. Take the old N.11 from Arklow towards Inch. Pass the Glanbia works drive under the railway line, and about a quarter of a mile further on is the left turn towards Castletown. Follow the road to the Golden Anchor Pub. There are three main access points to Clones Strand, but only two are of interest. The first is immediately north of the Pub, take a right and follow the lane down to the beach. To access the second drive south towards Tara Hill take the first left after crossing the river. This lane runs down to the Kilgorman section of the strand. Streams run out at both these access points obviously creating a point of interest for fish. There is a light lateral run off Clones Strand, so grip leads are advisable. The beach gives access to reasonably deep water and fishes best from dusk into darkness. Recent catches include Dogfish (two at a time), Flounder, and small Dabs. This beach had a great reputation for winter Codling in days gone by. Sadly other than an odd fish they appear to be a thing of the past. However spring 2010 saw good numbers of small Codling in the 30cm bracket landed, especially during competitions, so fingers crossed. On the other hand Bass, and Smooth Hound during the summer and autumn are worth targeting. There is also the possibility still of encountering a Ray on calm summer nights, as this beach was once famous for them.
There are some fairy forts around here. They are called Ratheens or Moats. There is a large circular mound in Ardamine graveyard called the Moat. Some of the old people say that there is a church under it and others say it is the grave of a chief. There is a rath at Bolaney cross-roads called Mangeran's Rath. It is said that a light seen in it. Once there was a man going home one night. He saw a light and thought it was his own home so he made for it. He did not know that he was in the Rath until morning. On Ardamine Strand there is the ruins of an old house called the Salt house. It is said to be haunted and the puliskeens go into it every night.
Ardamine Beach
There are some fairy forts around here. They are called Ratheens or Moats. There is a large circular mound in Ardamine graveyard called the Moat. Some of the old people say that there is a church under it and others say it is the grave of a chief. There is a rath at Bolaney cross-roads called Mangeran's Rath. It is said that a light seen in it. Once there was a man going home one night. He saw a light and thought it was his own home so he made for it. He did not know that he was in the Rath until morning. On Ardamine Strand there is the ruins of an old house called the Salt house. It is said to be haunted and the puliskeens go into it every night.
Poulshone Beach is hidden between the rocks giving it natural shelter and calm waters, it is a lovely area with a beautiful beach. There is a lovely cliff top walk here from which visitors can see most of the coast line. It is possible to travel to Roney Point from here and ramblers are asked to be aware of the dangers of getting too close to the cliff's edge.
Poulshone Bay Beach
Poulshone Beach is hidden between the rocks giving it natural shelter and calm waters, it is a lovely area with a beautiful beach. There is a lovely cliff top walk here from which visitors can see most of the coast line. It is possible to travel to Roney Point from here and ramblers are asked to be aware of the dangers of getting too close to the cliff's edge.
Roney Point Beach is located in Courtown, County Wexford and is home to a famous family of seals. The most famous residents of this beach live on the little island just off Roney Point: a family of seals. While occasionally one of these inhabitants can be seen popping their heads up off Courtown, a trip to Roney Point is essential to be sure to catch a glimpse of them.
Roney Point Bay Beach
Roney Point Beach is located in Courtown, County Wexford and is home to a famous family of seals. The most famous residents of this beach live on the little island just off Roney Point: a family of seals. While occasionally one of these inhabitants can be seen popping their heads up off Courtown, a trip to Roney Point is essential to be sure to catch a glimpse of them.
Cahore is a small fishing village located 2km from Ballygarrett Village in North Wexford. In the heart of the sunny South-East, but only an hour south of Dublin, Cahore has been a popular location for tourists, fishermen, and wildlife enthusiasts for generations. The Strand Cahore is reached at the end of a winding road and ends in a harbour which is the centre of village activities. Holiday homes ring the bay and are dotted along a higher headland above the pub. Cahore is a gorgeous little harbour with lovely views north towards Tara Hill and Arklow. If walking to Cahore, there are steps up to the cliff at Newtown Beach with a simple path to walk to the top of the cliff at Cahore. The Pier in Cahore is a renowned place for families to fish for crabs. The sea off Cahore has been the scene of many shipwrecks with the most famous being The Irrawaddy in 1856. The Irrawaddy cargo ship was bound from Glasgow to Rangoon in Burma before it struck the Blackwater Bank. The Captain and 13 crew were saved but four sailors were lost at sea.
Cahore Pier
Cahore is a small fishing village located 2km from Ballygarrett Village in North Wexford. In the heart of the sunny South-East, but only an hour south of Dublin, Cahore has been a popular location for tourists, fishermen, and wildlife enthusiasts for generations. The Strand Cahore is reached at the end of a winding road and ends in a harbour which is the centre of village activities. Holiday homes ring the bay and are dotted along a higher headland above the pub. Cahore is a gorgeous little harbour with lovely views north towards Tara Hill and Arklow. If walking to Cahore, there are steps up to the cliff at Newtown Beach with a simple path to walk to the top of the cliff at Cahore. The Pier in Cahore is a renowned place for families to fish for crabs. The sea off Cahore has been the scene of many shipwrecks with the most famous being The Irrawaddy in 1856. The Irrawaddy cargo ship was bound from Glasgow to Rangoon in Burma before it struck the Blackwater Bank. The Captain and 13 crew were saved but four sailors were lost at sea.
Old Bawn is a Green Coast awarded beach which has a wide range of native wildlife in the shelter of the sand dunes. Visitors can walk along the stretch of beach which eventually merges with Morriscastle beach. The Beach is stunning stretch of sand along the picturesque coastline extending south from Cahore Point and includes part of the Cahore Polders and Dunes National Heritage Area.
Old Bawn Beach
Old Bawn is a Green Coast awarded beach which has a wide range of native wildlife in the shelter of the sand dunes. Visitors can walk along the stretch of beach which eventually merges with Morriscastle beach. The Beach is stunning stretch of sand along the picturesque coastline extending south from Cahore Point and includes part of the Cahore Polders and Dunes National Heritage Area.
See the natural dunes of the Blue Flag awarded beach at Morriscastle. Over these dunes, you’ll find miles of soft sand to ramble on, safe water to swim & splash in and plenty of space for children of all ages to play & build sandcastles.
Morriscastle Beach
See the natural dunes of the Blue Flag awarded beach at Morriscastle. Over these dunes, you’ll find miles of soft sand to ramble on, safe water to swim & splash in and plenty of space for children of all ages to play & build sandcastles.
Share our passion for Purple at Ireland's first Lavender Farm. Playground Purple Haze Cafe Billy the Bull! ride Craft Sales area Shop Woodland Trails Party Room OPEN 10.30am-5pm Tuesday to Sundays (Closed Mondays exc. Bank Hols) PLEASE NOTE – During JUNE, JULY and AUGUST we operate a PARKING FEE OF EUR5 per car (payable in cash only) this is in place of ADMISSION FEES. To guarantee a parking space you can PRE-BOOK via our EVENTS page with 24 hours notice. We highly recommend pre-booking during JULY and AUGUST (our busiest months). 087 0686774 www.wexfordlavenderfarm.com
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Wexford Lavender Farm
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Share our passion for Purple at Ireland's first Lavender Farm. Playground Purple Haze Cafe Billy the Bull! ride Craft Sales area Shop Woodland Trails Party Room OPEN 10.30am-5pm Tuesday to Sundays (Closed Mondays exc. Bank Hols) PLEASE NOTE – During JUNE, JULY and AUGUST we operate a PARKING FEE OF EUR5 per car (payable in cash only) this is in place of ADMISSION FEES. To guarantee a parking space you can PRE-BOOK via our EVENTS page with 24 hours notice. We highly recommend pre-booking during JULY and AUGUST (our busiest months). 087 0686774 www.wexfordlavenderfarm.com
Seal Rescue Ireland (SRI) is a registered charity (RCN: 20108519) dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of sick, injured and orphaned seals from across the coast of Ireland. We actively engage the public in marine conservation through education, research and community outreach programmes. 087 195 5393 www.sealrescueireland.org
Courtown Seal Rescue Centre
Seal Rescue Ireland (SRI) is a registered charity (RCN: 20108519) dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of sick, injured and orphaned seals from across the coast of Ireland. We actively engage the public in marine conservation through education, research and community outreach programmes. 087 195 5393 www.sealrescueireland.org
The castle was built in the 13th century, possibly by William, Earl Marshall. Originally, the castle formed a square, with large corner towers. Only half of the castle now remains. The most complete tower contains a fine circular chapel, with carved ornament. The tower also has several original fireplaces and a vaulted basement. Archaeological excavations revealed a rock- cut ditch outside the castle walls. Ferns Castle is one of a number of historic sites in Ferns. Others include St. Mary's, a 12th century Augustinian Priory; the remains of a 13th century cathedral, part of which is incorporated into the present Church of Ireland Church; St. Peter's, a small nave and chancel church; and some High Crosses and parts of crosses, which stand in the cathedral grounds. Limited Access OPEN 09:30 - 17:00 Sat - Wed inclusive. Outdoor spaces only, no VC and no toilet facilities . 053 936 6411 jerpointabbey@opw.ie
Ferns Castle Visitor Centre
The castle was built in the 13th century, possibly by William, Earl Marshall. Originally, the castle formed a square, with large corner towers. Only half of the castle now remains. The most complete tower contains a fine circular chapel, with carved ornament. The tower also has several original fireplaces and a vaulted basement. Archaeological excavations revealed a rock- cut ditch outside the castle walls. Ferns Castle is one of a number of historic sites in Ferns. Others include St. Mary's, a 12th century Augustinian Priory; the remains of a 13th century cathedral, part of which is incorporated into the present Church of Ireland Church; St. Peter's, a small nave and chancel church; and some High Crosses and parts of crosses, which stand in the cathedral grounds. Limited Access OPEN 09:30 - 17:00 Sat - Wed inclusive. Outdoor spaces only, no VC and no toilet facilities . 053 936 6411 jerpointabbey@opw.ie
An Award winning museum: 1798 Memorabilia Rebel Campsite Norman Castle ruins Dairy & Farm display Church and Ancient Graveyard Greenhouse Tea Room Art Gallery Opening Hours: - 30th April to the end of June Sundays 2-6pm. July to the end of September Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 2-6pm. Bank Holidays 2-6pm. *Tea Room open on Sundays only or by arrangement. Margaret: 053-9383189 / 086-3541407
Ballymore Historic Features
An Award winning museum: 1798 Memorabilia Rebel Campsite Norman Castle ruins Dairy & Farm display Church and Ancient Graveyard Greenhouse Tea Room Art Gallery Opening Hours: - 30th April to the end of June Sundays 2-6pm. July to the end of September Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 2-6pm. Bank Holidays 2-6pm. *Tea Room open on Sundays only or by arrangement. Margaret: 053-9383189 / 086-3541407

Activities

Ballymoney Golf Course, celebrating 27 years in business in 2020. In 2013 we became the winner of the First Inaugural Weatherglaze Trophy (between the 4 local Clubs) and have successfully defended it in 2014, 2015 2016 & 2017. Our membership options cater for the occasional golfer to the more committed and are reflected by our competitively priced membership options. Our memberships all include a full G.U.I and I.L.G.U and our course is open to all members seven days a week. No exclusivity. Our Par 71 parkland course is a gem among Wexford courses. Located just three kilometres from Gorey town and three kilometres from Courtown in the beautiful county of Wexford, it is conveniently located near exits from the M11, making the course accessible for local and Dublin members. We offer a great golfing experience at affordable rates. Our keenly priced membership packages and special offers on green fees make Ballymoney Golf Club the ideal choice for your Home Club or Society Outing. Our membership is now open, and there is no entrance fee. Established in 1993 by Ron Breen and family, our par 71 parkland course has grown and matured into a challenging golfing experience for golfers of all levels. The course is set in the picturesque surrounds of Ballymoney, and affords excellent views of local Tara Hill, which dominates the landscape. Book a tee-time today: 053 94 21976 087 261 6902 www.ballymoneygolfclub.ie
Ballymoney Golf Club
Ballymoney Golf Course, celebrating 27 years in business in 2020. In 2013 we became the winner of the First Inaugural Weatherglaze Trophy (between the 4 local Clubs) and have successfully defended it in 2014, 2015 2016 & 2017. Our membership options cater for the occasional golfer to the more committed and are reflected by our competitively priced membership options. Our memberships all include a full G.U.I and I.L.G.U and our course is open to all members seven days a week. No exclusivity. Our Par 71 parkland course is a gem among Wexford courses. Located just three kilometres from Gorey town and three kilometres from Courtown in the beautiful county of Wexford, it is conveniently located near exits from the M11, making the course accessible for local and Dublin members. We offer a great golfing experience at affordable rates. Our keenly priced membership packages and special offers on green fees make Ballymoney Golf Club the ideal choice for your Home Club or Society Outing. Our membership is now open, and there is no entrance fee. Established in 1993 by Ron Breen and family, our par 71 parkland course has grown and matured into a challenging golfing experience for golfers of all levels. The course is set in the picturesque surrounds of Ballymoney, and affords excellent views of local Tara Hill, which dominates the landscape. Book a tee-time today: 053 94 21976 087 261 6902 www.ballymoneygolfclub.ie
The name Kia Ora came from a visit to family and friends many years ago in New Zealand by Paddy & Maura. Everywhere they looked were the words “Kia Ora”. “Kia Ora” is an expression in the Māori language, and simple means “hello” or “welcome”. Literally translated it has a meaning of “be well or healthy”. Maura & Paddy felt very welcome on their visit and the warmth and friendliness of the people of New Zealand and the green landscape meant it felt like it was a home away from home. When it came to choosing a name Kia Ora Mini Farm felt right and we hope that you feel very welcome on your visit. In the last number of years the day to day running of the farm has been taken over by Padraig O’Donohoe, or Podge as he is affectionately known to all, with the help of his wife Evelyn who deals with the admin, accounts and marketing. We have no association with the Kia Ora Drink and are not sponsored by them or involved with the brand in any way. We are a hands on open farm where children get to interact with, hold and feed animals of the usual farmyard variety and some more exotic such as llamas, emus, alpacas, pot bellied pigs, chinchillas, parrots, Scottish highland, etc. Our farm is a safe place for children to roam and learn about the animals and for adults to relax. We have an onsite coffee shop with mouth watering home-baking but picnics are also welcome. Even in our coffee shop and we have ample outdoor seating for those fine summer days. The outdoor area covers many acres and is an ideal location for a family picnic and to unwind under the summer sun. There are so many things to do and our helpful staff are always on hand to help you get the most out of your visit and show you all the facilities. Our farm is fully wheelchair accessible, has cement paths, toilets, baby changing facilities and so many things to do such as giant buzz-off, under 4 play area, milking cow shed and small animals, pig sty, Go kart track, bird pens, fire engine, basketball, party shed, maze, real diggers, large animals, secure pond, football pitch, basketball hoop, fire engine ride. We offer free car parking in our large car park. Some of our facilities include sandpits, a football pitch, a rough rider track and we have a convoy of ride on tractors. In the past we have been delighted to be able to rescue and rehome many unwanted animals, providing we have had the proper space of course. Don’t forget your camera! FARM OPENING HOURS 2021 - January - CLOSED February - Every Sat 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and every Sunday 12:00 pm to 5:00pm and for February midterm break every day 10:00 am to 5:00pm March - Every Sat 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and every Sunday 12:00 pm to 5:00pm & every day from 17th March from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm April - Mon - Sun 10:00am to 5:30pm May - Mon - Sun 10:00am to 5:30pm June - Mon - Sun 10:00am to 5:30pm July - Mon - Sun 10:00am to 5:30pm August - Mon - Sun 10:00am to 5:30pm September - Mon - Sun 10:00am to 5:30pm October - Mon - Sat 10:00 am to 5:00pm - Sunday 12:00 pm to 5:00pm (check out our Halloween Event Page) COFFEE SHOP OPENING HOURS Open until 5pm on each day that the farm is open For November, December (check out our Christmas Event Page) 053 94 21166 086 878 8424 www.kiaoraminifarm.ie
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Kia Ora Mini Farm
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The name Kia Ora came from a visit to family and friends many years ago in New Zealand by Paddy & Maura. Everywhere they looked were the words “Kia Ora”. “Kia Ora” is an expression in the Māori language, and simple means “hello” or “welcome”. Literally translated it has a meaning of “be well or healthy”. Maura & Paddy felt very welcome on their visit and the warmth and friendliness of the people of New Zealand and the green landscape meant it felt like it was a home away from home. When it came to choosing a name Kia Ora Mini Farm felt right and we hope that you feel very welcome on your visit. In the last number of years the day to day running of the farm has been taken over by Padraig O’Donohoe, or Podge as he is affectionately known to all, with the help of his wife Evelyn who deals with the admin, accounts and marketing. We have no association with the Kia Ora Drink and are not sponsored by them or involved with the brand in any way. We are a hands on open farm where children get to interact with, hold and feed animals of the usual farmyard variety and some more exotic such as llamas, emus, alpacas, pot bellied pigs, chinchillas, parrots, Scottish highland, etc. Our farm is a safe place for children to roam and learn about the animals and for adults to relax. We have an onsite coffee shop with mouth watering home-baking but picnics are also welcome. Even in our coffee shop and we have ample outdoor seating for those fine summer days. The outdoor area covers many acres and is an ideal location for a family picnic and to unwind under the summer sun. There are so many things to do and our helpful staff are always on hand to help you get the most out of your visit and show you all the facilities. Our farm is fully wheelchair accessible, has cement paths, toilets, baby changing facilities and so many things to do such as giant buzz-off, under 4 play area, milking cow shed and small animals, pig sty, Go kart track, bird pens, fire engine, basketball, party shed, maze, real diggers, large animals, secure pond, football pitch, basketball hoop, fire engine ride. We offer free car parking in our large car park. Some of our facilities include sandpits, a football pitch, a rough rider track and we have a convoy of ride on tractors. In the past we have been delighted to be able to rescue and rehome many unwanted animals, providing we have had the proper space of course. Don’t forget your camera! FARM OPENING HOURS 2021 - January - CLOSED February - Every Sat 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and every Sunday 12:00 pm to 5:00pm and for February midterm break every day 10:00 am to 5:00pm March - Every Sat 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and every Sunday 12:00 pm to 5:00pm & every day from 17th March from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm April - Mon - Sun 10:00am to 5:30pm May - Mon - Sun 10:00am to 5:30pm June - Mon - Sun 10:00am to 5:30pm July - Mon - Sun 10:00am to 5:30pm August - Mon - Sun 10:00am to 5:30pm September - Mon - Sun 10:00am to 5:30pm October - Mon - Sat 10:00 am to 5:00pm - Sunday 12:00 pm to 5:00pm (check out our Halloween Event Page) COFFEE SHOP OPENING HOURS Open until 5pm on each day that the farm is open For November, December (check out our Christmas Event Page) 053 94 21166 086 878 8424 www.kiaoraminifarm.ie
Courtown Golf Club is a picturesque and challenging golf course located 5 km from the North Wexford town of Gorey only an hour from South Dublin. Founded in 1936 the golf course was upgraded to 18 holes in 1974. It was built on a piece of land that was once part of the old Courtown estate. With it’s panoramic views of the South Irish Sea and the beautiful North Wexford coast it provides a delightful distraction to many a bad round. Courtown is a mature parkland course, par 71 and almost 6000 metres in length. Every fairway is lined to reward the accurate golfer and punish the wayward. The Pro Shop located near the 1st tee box stocks a large variety of the top names in golf and is run by resident I.P.G.A. professionals Paul Morris and James Roche. In addition Courtown is serviced by a comfortable and inviting clubhouse. We hope that you will enjoy your trip to Courtown! 053 942 5166 www.courtowngolfclub.com
Courtown Golf Club
Courtown Golf Club is a picturesque and challenging golf course located 5 km from the North Wexford town of Gorey only an hour from South Dublin. Founded in 1936 the golf course was upgraded to 18 holes in 1974. It was built on a piece of land that was once part of the old Courtown estate. With it’s panoramic views of the South Irish Sea and the beautiful North Wexford coast it provides a delightful distraction to many a bad round. Courtown is a mature parkland course, par 71 and almost 6000 metres in length. Every fairway is lined to reward the accurate golfer and punish the wayward. The Pro Shop located near the 1st tee box stocks a large variety of the top names in golf and is run by resident I.P.G.A. professionals Paul Morris and James Roche. In addition Courtown is serviced by a comfortable and inviting clubhouse. We hope that you will enjoy your trip to Courtown! 053 942 5166 www.courtowngolfclub.com
Come along to Pirates Cove for a great family day out in the South East’s leading entertainment centre. We have lots of swashbuckling fun for all ages. Enjoy our sub-tropical gardens when you challenge your crew to a game of 18 hole mini golf. Venture through our giant caves, a cascading waterfall, and a full-sized shipwreck of a treasure-laden galleon on Europe’s best Adventure Golf course. Play at night with low level lighting for a magical experience with a truly exotic feel. The Funcaves soft play area is always a hit with the under 10’s. Be the captain of your own bumper boat as you travel around our beautiful lagoon but beware of the waterfalls. Walk on water in our bubble rollers while the little scallywags enjoy our paddle boats which are safely contained within an inflatable pond. Don’t forget we also have 10 Pin Bowling, Electric children’s Go-karts (max. speed 9km/h), a Games Arcade and our Spinning Compass Casino. Let the scavengers cool down with an ice cream or a variety of treasures at the Cove Café where you can also get a feast fit for Captain Jack himself or bring your own and make use of our picnic area. If the crew need more entertainment head down to Courtown’s seafront and take a ride on the eco friendly Pirates Cove Express Train, We also have some amazing Birthday Party and Group packages to offer including our newest additions, Cupcake Decorating and Arts & Crafts. Check out the Birthday party page of our website for the different about the different packages that we have to offer. Bring your crew along for an adventure not to be missed! *Please Phone 0539425555 For Opening Times During Off Peak Months ADVENTURE GOLF Monday 11 AM - 9 PM Tuesday 11 AM - 9 PM Wednesday 11 AM - 9 PM Thursday 11 AM - 9 PM Friday 11 AM - 9 PM Saturday 11 AM - 9 PM Sunday 11 AM - 9 PM BOWLING Monday 11 AM - 9 PM Tuesday 11 AM - 9 PM Wednesday 11 AM - 9 PM Thursday 11 AM - 9 PM Friday 11 AM - 9 PM Saturday 11 AM - 9 PM Sunday 11 AM - 9 PM OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES Monday 11 AM - 6 PM Tuesday 11 AM - 6 PM Wednesday 11 AM - 6 PM Thursday 11 AM - 6 PM Friday 11 AM - 6 PM Saturday 11 AM - 6 PM Sunday 11 AM - 6 PM CASINO Monday Closed Tuesday Closed Wednesday Closed Thursday Closed Friday Closed Saturday Closed Sunday Closed 053 94 25555 www.piratescove.ie
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Pirates Cove
8 سكان محليون يوصون بهذا
Come along to Pirates Cove for a great family day out in the South East’s leading entertainment centre. We have lots of swashbuckling fun for all ages. Enjoy our sub-tropical gardens when you challenge your crew to a game of 18 hole mini golf. Venture through our giant caves, a cascading waterfall, and a full-sized shipwreck of a treasure-laden galleon on Europe’s best Adventure Golf course. Play at night with low level lighting for a magical experience with a truly exotic feel. The Funcaves soft play area is always a hit with the under 10’s. Be the captain of your own bumper boat as you travel around our beautiful lagoon but beware of the waterfalls. Walk on water in our bubble rollers while the little scallywags enjoy our paddle boats which are safely contained within an inflatable pond. Don’t forget we also have 10 Pin Bowling, Electric children’s Go-karts (max. speed 9km/h), a Games Arcade and our Spinning Compass Casino. Let the scavengers cool down with an ice cream or a variety of treasures at the Cove Café where you can also get a feast fit for Captain Jack himself or bring your own and make use of our picnic area. If the crew need more entertainment head down to Courtown’s seafront and take a ride on the eco friendly Pirates Cove Express Train, We also have some amazing Birthday Party and Group packages to offer including our newest additions, Cupcake Decorating and Arts & Crafts. Check out the Birthday party page of our website for the different about the different packages that we have to offer. Bring your crew along for an adventure not to be missed! *Please Phone 0539425555 For Opening Times During Off Peak Months ADVENTURE GOLF Monday 11 AM - 9 PM Tuesday 11 AM - 9 PM Wednesday 11 AM - 9 PM Thursday 11 AM - 9 PM Friday 11 AM - 9 PM Saturday 11 AM - 9 PM Sunday 11 AM - 9 PM BOWLING Monday 11 AM - 9 PM Tuesday 11 AM - 9 PM Wednesday 11 AM - 9 PM Thursday 11 AM - 9 PM Friday 11 AM - 9 PM Saturday 11 AM - 9 PM Sunday 11 AM - 9 PM OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES Monday 11 AM - 6 PM Tuesday 11 AM - 6 PM Wednesday 11 AM - 6 PM Thursday 11 AM - 6 PM Friday 11 AM - 6 PM Saturday 11 AM - 6 PM Sunday 11 AM - 6 PM CASINO Monday Closed Tuesday Closed Wednesday Closed Thursday Closed Friday Closed Saturday Closed Sunday Closed 053 94 25555 www.piratescove.ie
Arklow Golf Club was formed in 1927. Since the very beginning, the Club has extended a warm and inviting welcome to all of its visitors from at home and from overseas. Your friends at Arklow will ensure that your visit is much more than a great round of golf. South Wicklow's beauty, the adjacent Irish Sea, reasonable rates and extraordinary service will guarantee your personal satisfaction above all else. This traditional links was formed by Hawtree & Taylor in 1927 and has evolved with the aid of inputs from Eddie Hackett and in recent times Eddie Connaughton. The links is a regular award winning golf course has been described as a hidden jewel and the Southern Region of the Irish PGA held their 2001 and 2002 Championships on this links. At Arklow Golf Links, we aim to provide the visitor with a day to remember on a traditional links golf course. The experience can begin with a hearty breakfast or something lighter overlooking the tranquil and panoramic view of this superb golf links with its meandering fairways and rugged sand dunes set against a backdrop of the Irish Sea. 0402 32492 www.arklowgolflinks.com
Arklow Golf Club
Arklow Golf Club was formed in 1927. Since the very beginning, the Club has extended a warm and inviting welcome to all of its visitors from at home and from overseas. Your friends at Arklow will ensure that your visit is much more than a great round of golf. South Wicklow's beauty, the adjacent Irish Sea, reasonable rates and extraordinary service will guarantee your personal satisfaction above all else. This traditional links was formed by Hawtree & Taylor in 1927 and has evolved with the aid of inputs from Eddie Hackett and in recent times Eddie Connaughton. The links is a regular award winning golf course has been described as a hidden jewel and the Southern Region of the Irish PGA held their 2001 and 2002 Championships on this links. At Arklow Golf Links, we aim to provide the visitor with a day to remember on a traditional links golf course. The experience can begin with a hearty breakfast or something lighter overlooking the tranquil and panoramic view of this superb golf links with its meandering fairways and rugged sand dunes set against a backdrop of the Irish Sea. 0402 32492 www.arklowgolflinks.com
People travel from far and wide to the infamous ladies fashion boutiques as seen on TV.
Esmonde Street
People travel from far and wide to the infamous ladies fashion boutiques as seen on TV.
Courtown, is a village which developed after Lord Courtown ordered the construction of a harbour during the Famine years, 1839–1846. The economic boost of the new harbour led to a small village developing with fishing being the primary economy of the village. Courtown has a designated water sports area just by the RNLI Boathouse. Jet skiing, zap catting, surfing and many more water sports are carried out in the designated area. There is a very active sailing club, Courtown Sailing Club, where there is cruiser sailing on Saturday afternoons and dinghy sailing on Sunday mornings. Those interested in Jet Skiing, Power Boating and Surfing can be found at the slipway beside the RNLI Boathouse. Canoe classes are available through Gorey School of Kayaking ( Call Ciaran on 087 2491140). For Power Boat Trips contact Courtown Sea Safari and for Angling contact Courtown Sea Angling Centre. Seafront walks, forest trails, amusements
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Courtown
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Courtown, is a village which developed after Lord Courtown ordered the construction of a harbour during the Famine years, 1839–1846. The economic boost of the new harbour led to a small village developing with fishing being the primary economy of the village. Courtown has a designated water sports area just by the RNLI Boathouse. Jet skiing, zap catting, surfing and many more water sports are carried out in the designated area. There is a very active sailing club, Courtown Sailing Club, where there is cruiser sailing on Saturday afternoons and dinghy sailing on Sunday mornings. Those interested in Jet Skiing, Power Boating and Surfing can be found at the slipway beside the RNLI Boathouse. Canoe classes are available through Gorey School of Kayaking ( Call Ciaran on 087 2491140). For Power Boat Trips contact Courtown Sea Safari and for Angling contact Courtown Sea Angling Centre. Seafront walks, forest trails, amusements
Secret Valley Wildlife Park is the only fully licensed zoo and Wildlife Park in the South East. Ann O’Connor set up the original farm in 2007 and it has since grown from strength to strength. The passion that Ann and her staff have for the animals and environment is clearly evident from the moment the visitor is welcomed into the grounds. With fourteen areas of beautiful countryside, the Park has plenty of room for expansion and is growing . We have a great range of animals at the Wildlife Park such as monkeys, raccoons, lemurs, rabbits, goats, donkeys, horses, alpacas, llamas, guinea pigs, prairie dogs, skunks and more. With other 40 different species amounting to 200 animals at the park there is plenty to do and see! Activities are aplenty from riding ponies, arts & crafts, riding on a quad-bike, feeding kid goats, treasure hunts etc. ”At Secret Valley Wildlife Parks, we want to educate our visitors while giving them an entertaining experience leading to a greater respect for animals around the world” 083 92 44023 / 087 205 0069 www.secretvalley.ie
Secret Valley Wildlife Park
Secret Valley Wildlife Park is the only fully licensed zoo and Wildlife Park in the South East. Ann O’Connor set up the original farm in 2007 and it has since grown from strength to strength. The passion that Ann and her staff have for the animals and environment is clearly evident from the moment the visitor is welcomed into the grounds. With fourteen areas of beautiful countryside, the Park has plenty of room for expansion and is growing . We have a great range of animals at the Wildlife Park such as monkeys, raccoons, lemurs, rabbits, goats, donkeys, horses, alpacas, llamas, guinea pigs, prairie dogs, skunks and more. With other 40 different species amounting to 200 animals at the park there is plenty to do and see! Activities are aplenty from riding ponies, arts & crafts, riding on a quad-bike, feeding kid goats, treasure hunts etc. ”At Secret Valley Wildlife Parks, we want to educate our visitors while giving them an entertaining experience leading to a greater respect for animals around the world” 083 92 44023 / 087 205 0069 www.secretvalley.ie
Welcome to Courtown Adventure & Leisure Centre’s website! We welcome your feedback and enquiries via Facebook, email, phone or in person. Courtown Adventure & Leisure Centre is a purpose built leisure centre and outdoor adventures centre within walking distance of the village of Courtown Harbour, Gorey, Co Wexford. We have 3 swimming pools including a learner pool and Spa Pool, fitness studio, gym, sauna and steam room. Our outdoor adventures include two high ropes courses, a climbing wall, dual zip wires, laser tag, archery and much more! 053 94 24849 www.courtownadventure.ie
Courtown Adventure & Leisure Centre
Welcome to Courtown Adventure & Leisure Centre’s website! We welcome your feedback and enquiries via Facebook, email, phone or in person. Courtown Adventure & Leisure Centre is a purpose built leisure centre and outdoor adventures centre within walking distance of the village of Courtown Harbour, Gorey, Co Wexford. We have 3 swimming pools including a learner pool and Spa Pool, fitness studio, gym, sauna and steam room. Our outdoor adventures include two high ropes courses, a climbing wall, dual zip wires, laser tag, archery and much more! 053 94 24849 www.courtownadventure.ie
Operated under the constant personal supervision of the owner, Sandra Maguire, this compact equestrian centre offers the ideal conditions and encouragement to get started in the exciting world of ponies and horses. Individual attention is assured to ensure the comfort, care and safety of every rider. Beginners, improvers and advanced welcome. AIRE Approved. Kids Lesson/ Ride-out : €15 Adults lesson/ Ride-out :€20 Private lesson: €30 Pony Camp: €60 (2 half days) 15 mins from Gorey. Sandra Maguire 087-2770355
Ballycanew Riding Centre
Operated under the constant personal supervision of the owner, Sandra Maguire, this compact equestrian centre offers the ideal conditions and encouragement to get started in the exciting world of ponies and horses. Individual attention is assured to ensure the comfort, care and safety of every rider. Beginners, improvers and advanced welcome. AIRE Approved. Kids Lesson/ Ride-out : €15 Adults lesson/ Ride-out :€20 Private lesson: €30 Pony Camp: €60 (2 half days) 15 mins from Gorey. Sandra Maguire 087-2770355
Kidzone Gorey is an indoor play centre conveniently located in Gorey Business Park. An indoor adventure arena fully equiped with play areas divided into age appropriate sections. Children of all ages up to 12 are catered for. Parents can sit back and enjoy a coffee, the paper or avail of our free WIFI internet access while the children are having the time of their lives while getting great exercise in a fun and safe environment. While the children are safely playing, parents can enjoy: Free WIFI Internet Access TV showing the news Comfortable couches and seats Magazines / Newspapers 6” Pizzas, nuggets and chips available for purchase. Tea / Coffee and snacks available 053 94 81218 www.kidzoneireland.ie
Kid Zone
Kidzone Gorey is an indoor play centre conveniently located in Gorey Business Park. An indoor adventure arena fully equiped with play areas divided into age appropriate sections. Children of all ages up to 12 are catered for. Parents can sit back and enjoy a coffee, the paper or avail of our free WIFI internet access while the children are having the time of their lives while getting great exercise in a fun and safe environment. While the children are safely playing, parents can enjoy: Free WIFI Internet Access TV showing the news Comfortable couches and seats Magazines / Newspapers 6” Pizzas, nuggets and chips available for purchase. Tea / Coffee and snacks available 053 94 81218 www.kidzoneireland.ie
Ár mBréacha or ‘The House of Story’ is situated in Raheen a few miles north of Ballyduff village. Ár mBréacha means ‘Our Roots’ and it is located in a beautifully restored thatched cottage. Regular nights of storytelling, hospitality and song and dance are held with the aim of bringing the traditions of the past into the future. Fr. Jim Finn 087-2119151
House of Stories
Ár mBréacha or ‘The House of Story’ is situated in Raheen a few miles north of Ballyduff village. Ár mBréacha means ‘Our Roots’ and it is located in a beautifully restored thatched cottage. Regular nights of storytelling, hospitality and song and dance are held with the aim of bringing the traditions of the past into the future. Fr. Jim Finn 087-2119151
Tour of Wexford Town Available from April 1st 2020 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 11am from Wexford Tourist Office A ninety minute Historical and Anecdotal tour of Wexford’s past from its earliest beginnings, Vikings, Normans, Cromwell, 1798 and its Maritime History to the International Opera festival of the present day. Daily Tour of Selskar Abbey Monday – Saturday, 3 pm from An Tobar, Westgate. A Norman Abbey founded c1190 for the Augustinian Order in the Medieval Town of Wexford, the first town to be occupied by the Normans in 1169. Among the many interesting graves is that Dorcas Catherine McGee , the mother of one of the founding fathers of Canada. 053 9122288 www.wexfordwalkingtours.net
Wexford Walking Tours
Tour of Wexford Town Available from April 1st 2020 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 11am from Wexford Tourist Office A ninety minute Historical and Anecdotal tour of Wexford’s past from its earliest beginnings, Vikings, Normans, Cromwell, 1798 and its Maritime History to the International Opera festival of the present day. Daily Tour of Selskar Abbey Monday – Saturday, 3 pm from An Tobar, Westgate. A Norman Abbey founded c1190 for the Augustinian Order in the Medieval Town of Wexford, the first town to be occupied by the Normans in 1169. Among the many interesting graves is that Dorcas Catherine McGee , the mother of one of the founding fathers of Canada. 053 9122288 www.wexfordwalkingtours.net

Food scene

Fantastic Beer Garden Quality Food Family Friendly Stone Oven Pizzas Traditional, Irish, multi-Award Winning, country pub nestled between the sandy beaches and the scenic back-drop of Tara Hill in the picturesque village of Ballymoney. The Tara Vale is a family-run pub in the sunny South East of Ireland, located in Ballymoney, a popular coastal village, just minutes from Gorey town in North Wexford. Ballymoney encompasses an exclusive holidaying area for visitors today and for as long as the locals can remember! Our attractive, well-established and recently-renovated premises offers the best in seasonal and locally produced food, with fine wines to compliment your palate. We are a family-friendly venue who caters for groups, tours & walk-ins. We also take bookings for dining or for different events such as Wedding-DAY-2-Parties, Pub Quiz Nights, Birthday Celebrations and Fund-Raisers to name a few. THE TARA VALE 053-94 25750 www.thetaravale.ie
The Tara Vale
Fantastic Beer Garden Quality Food Family Friendly Stone Oven Pizzas Traditional, Irish, multi-Award Winning, country pub nestled between the sandy beaches and the scenic back-drop of Tara Hill in the picturesque village of Ballymoney. The Tara Vale is a family-run pub in the sunny South East of Ireland, located in Ballymoney, a popular coastal village, just minutes from Gorey town in North Wexford. Ballymoney encompasses an exclusive holidaying area for visitors today and for as long as the locals can remember! Our attractive, well-established and recently-renovated premises offers the best in seasonal and locally produced food, with fine wines to compliment your palate. We are a family-friendly venue who caters for groups, tours & walk-ins. We also take bookings for dining or for different events such as Wedding-DAY-2-Parties, Pub Quiz Nights, Birthday Celebrations and Fund-Raisers to name a few. THE TARA VALE 053-94 25750 www.thetaravale.ie
Tony Kinsella: 087 2505766
The Village Coffee Shop
Tony Kinsella: 087 2505766
Local Mini-Market Brian Hughes: 087 247 6657
Hughes Foodmarket
Local Mini-Market Brian Hughes: 087 247 6657

Hair & Beauty

Great value for money with excellent customer service. 087 449 9898
Baker Street Studios
20 Pearse Street
Great value for money with excellent customer service. 087 449 9898
Excellent customer service with a wide range of treatments. Renata: 086-2627074
Beauty by Renata
43b Esmonde Street
Excellent customer service with a wide range of treatments. Renata: 086-2627074

Emergency

John Bass Tyres, located on Arklow Road in Gorey, beside the Maxol Filling Station are Gorey’s leading tyre specialists. We provide a premier tyre service for all you car tyre needs. We stock a huge range of branded and budget brands. As well as providing a full puncture service, we supply all leading makes of tyres. We provide extensive testing of your tyres and alignment before your Pre NCT test. We provide a comprehensive list of Tyre Care tips including: • Checklist • Under Inflation • Overloading • Speeding • Legal Requirements • Tread Depth We provide a local collection/delivery service within the Gorey region. 053 942 0466 www.johnbasstyres.com
John Bass Tyres
John Bass Tyres, located on Arklow Road in Gorey, beside the Maxol Filling Station are Gorey’s leading tyre specialists. We provide a premier tyre service for all you car tyre needs. We stock a huge range of branded and budget brands. As well as providing a full puncture service, we supply all leading makes of tyres. We provide extensive testing of your tyres and alignment before your Pre NCT test. We provide a comprehensive list of Tyre Care tips including: • Checklist • Under Inflation • Overloading • Speeding • Legal Requirements • Tread Depth We provide a local collection/delivery service within the Gorey region. 053 942 0466 www.johnbasstyres.com

Shopping

Gorey Shopping Centre, which is anchored by the largest Dunnes Stores in the South-East and have 20 stores spanning over 150,000 square feet, are open 7 days a week, and have over 400 free parking spaces with easy access from all routes. We have more than 20 stores spanning over 150,000 square feet and are open 7 days a week for your convenience. With over 400 free parking spaces for three hours you can browse at your leisure. We are situated in a prime location, just minutes from Gorey's Main Street and Train Station, with easy access from all routes. Come and experience Gorey Shopping Centre for yourself! Gorey Shopping Centre: 053 94 83599 www.goreyshoppingcentre.ie
Gorey Shopping Centre
Gorey Shopping Centre, which is anchored by the largest Dunnes Stores in the South-East and have 20 stores spanning over 150,000 square feet, are open 7 days a week, and have over 400 free parking spaces with easy access from all routes. We have more than 20 stores spanning over 150,000 square feet and are open 7 days a week for your convenience. With over 400 free parking spaces for three hours you can browse at your leisure. We are situated in a prime location, just minutes from Gorey's Main Street and Train Station, with easy access from all routes. Come and experience Gorey Shopping Centre for yourself! Gorey Shopping Centre: 053 94 83599 www.goreyshoppingcentre.ie

Local Churches

St. Michael's Church, Gorey Parish Office: 053 9421117 www.stmichaelsgorey.ie
St Michael's Catholic Church
St. Michael's Church, Gorey Parish Office: 053 9421117 www.stmichaelsgorey.ie
Our Lady Star or the Sea Parish Office: 053 94 25241
Star of the Sea Church
Our Lady Star or the Sea Parish Office: 053 94 25241