Wednesday July 6, 2022
24 Smith Street, Smithton, TAS 7330 - (03) 6452 3333
Coming home 

Coming home 

Chef Kade Jenkins has created a culinary experience where locals and visitors will feel as though they’re right at home.  Jenski Cafe and Restaurant in The Smithton Club translates to ‘one who comes home’ in English.  The new eatery in Smith Street will open its doors on Tuesday October 1.  “The biggest thing for me is to support local businesses as my suppliers and showcase...
Designing a better life

Designing a better life

Savannah Denny is a young woman on a mission, to breathe new life into homes and businesses across the north-west. When Savannah moved to Smithton just over eight months ago, launching an interior design business in a small, tight-knit community felt like a huge risk. But it's paid off. After the launch of the Jayde & Co salon remodel, Savannah says the projects have continued to flow,...
Developing a new space

Developing a new space

Jayde and Co Hair Salon is looking fresh as ever after undergoing renovations in just one week. Purchasing the salon formerly known as Snipits Hair and Beauty on November 1 2018, Jayde Birtwistle has made a variety of changes to the salon in her eight months in charge. But she couldn’t have done it without the help of interior designer Savannah Denny. Jayde has implemented an online booking...
More than money 

More than money 

Wealth Financial was built on trusted relationships with clients.  Formerly Graeme Drake Financial Services, Graeme and wife Louise established the local boutique business in their Massey Street home.  Within a year, the business expanded into its Emmett Street premises where it remains two decades on.  In 2006, as the business continued to grow, Michael Thrower joined the team...
Wheeling and dealing

Wheeling and dealing

The team at Smithton Tyre and Battery know a thing or two about your wheels, and they’re here to help.  Boasting almost 20 years of experience in the tyre industry, owner Andrew Busscher started the business with partner Mel Sowter in November of 2013 out of the back of his ute.  Now more than five years on, Andrew has expanded the business to employ eight locals, each with their own...
Clean and crisp

Clean and crisp

Smithton’s laundrette has been revamped.  In the heart of Beattie Place, the laundrette has serviced Circular Head for more than three decades.  Owner Wendy Beattie started the business back in 1988 with no more than two dryers and two machines.  Since then she has expanded the services, recently renovating and adding a new double stack dryer and front load washer able to carry...

Circular Head Chronicle

Serving Circular Head since 1906

24 Smith Street
Smithton, TAS 7330
PO Box 201

P: (03) 6452 3333

Publication Day: Wednesday
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