Panoptic Vision are proud sponsors of the Hastings River District Cricket Association and the local Camden Haven Cricket Club. We have been involved with local cricket since our inception. We continue to support local community music, offering volunteering services with the Mid North Coast String Alliance, Sinfonia Mid North Coast and The Kendall National Violin Competition. 

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HRDCA

Cricket in the Hastings commenced in 1834 with the formation of the Rollands Plains Cricket Club, Making cricket the oldest sport played in the Hastings and some 57 years before any other team sport was introduced.

The first intra district match was played on 26th May 1857, between the Rollands Plains Club and the Port Macquarie Cricket Club ... Read More>

KENDALL PUBLIC
SCHOOL

Kendall Public School, has a relentless focus on quality and continuous improvement. The educational environment at the school promotes belonging, equity and excellence. At Kendall Public School opportunities are provided for every student to become a caring, socially responsible, confident, creative and successful learner and citizen.

CAMDEN HAVEN CRICKET CLUB

The Camden Haven Cricket Club provides our community with a complete cricket program. The club offers participants from kindergarten to adult positive learning and team experiences along with the opportunity to create life-long sporting memories.

MID NORTH COAST
STRING ALLIANCE

The Mid North Coast Strings Alliance Inc. is an independent not-for-profit organization comprising of highly devoted string musicians and educators, who aspire to make a significant difference to the community’s string culture on the Mid North Coast.
The Strings Alliance aims to make available orchestral

opportunities to all string playing youth on the Mid North Coast irrespective of schools, location and music teachers

THE KENDALL NATIONAL VIOLIN COMPETITION

For almost two decades the Kendall National Violin Competition has forged a major opportunity for artistic development for young violinists in Australia. Past finalists and winners have embarked on impressive careers and the Competition is proud to have encouraged these talented artists on their way.

The Competition’s history dates from 1999 when renowned Australian luthier Graham Caldersmith made the generous offer to donate a concert violin each year as a prize.

The Competition is administered by a small committee of volunteers under the Artistic Directorship of Violinist Goetz Richter, Associate Professor of Violin at the Conservatorium of Sydney.

Since 2004, semifinals have been held as public performances in Sydney. The final is always held in Kendall, the home of the Competition.