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East & Sth Gippy

your local regional newspaper

Distributed in 6 Shires

NOVEMBER 2014

Est. readership 90,000

EAST GIPPSLAND
EVENTS
From comedy, through to singer
songwriter and story teller nights,
inspirational art exhibitions & some of
the best Yum Cha in the country, East
Gippsland has loads to offer locals
and holiday makers alike over
spring, summer & beyond...

Antiques Trail

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Page 15

PHILLIP ISLAND SMALL
FARM & LIFESTYLE EXPO
Small land owners & outdoor enthusiasts
are in for a real treat later this month at
a massive expo on the Island. Featuring
organic & sustainable living,
technology, water sports, camping,
a dedicated rough terrain area to
put off road vehicles through their
paces and heaps more...
Page 10

WONTHAGGI
ARTSPACE

SPRING
SHOW
TIME
Traralgon
Page 18

Detail from Mandy Gunn’s
Crossing the Simpson 3 2014.

MARKETS

The Artspace recently had its
second birthday and celebrated over
10,000 visitors in its short life. Fast
developing a reputation for high
quality artworks and artisan wares
the Space is looking for new artists
to support. Find out more from this
month’s profile story...
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TRARALGON
United Servo, Princes Hwy
Limmos Café, Princes Hwy
RSL, Grey Street
Westend IGA, Grey Street
Blue Bay F & Chips, Princess Street
Glutopia, Princess Street
Info Centre, Princess Street
Train Stagion, Princess Street
Safeway, Breed Street
Café 100, Church Street
PJ's Steakhouse, Church Street
Fish & Chips, Church Street
Phoenix Bakery, Church Street
Lambala Coffee, Church Street
Charcoal Chicken Seymour, Seymour Street
Seymour news- Walhalla Gen Str, Seymour Street
Cafe & Deli, Seymour Street
Noodle Paradise, Franklin Street
Golden Hen, Seymour Street
Imis Coffee, Seymour Street
Manny's Market, Post Office Place
Optus, Post Office Place
McDonalds, Princes Hwy
Hungry Jacks, Princes Hwy
Mcnairn Rd M/Bar
Traralgon Bowls, Liddiard Road
BP Servo, Princes Hwy
Cafe Red, Seymour Street
Cafe Aura, Seymour Street
SALE
Information Centre, Princes Hwy
Sale Lakes Bowls Club, Foster Street
Elders, Princes Hwy
United Servo, Princes Hwy
Sale - PMP Shed, LETTER BOX DELIVERIES
Sale Greyhounds, Maffra Road
Raglan Gardens, Raglan Street
Train Station V/Line, Union Street
IGA, York Street
McDonalds, York Street
Lords Newsagency, Raymond Street
Star Hotel, Raymond Street
Legends, York Street
Loch Sport Supermarket
Loch Sport Hotel
ROSEDALE
Rosedale Motors, Princes Hwy
United Servo, Princes Hwy
Del Jardin, Princes Hwy
Shell Servo, Princes Hwy
Victoria Rose, Princes Hwy
Red Rose, Princes Hwy
Noodles, Princes Hwy
Bakery, Princes Hwy
IGA, Princes Hwy
Gifts Café, Princes Hwy
3847 Café, Princes Hwy
STRATFORD
BP Servo, Princes Hwy
Turkish Magic, Princes Hwy
Bakery, Princes Hwy
Chatter Café, Princes Hwy
IGA, Princes Hwy
News-Dargo $5 Courier Fee, Princes Hwy
Ticklish Turtle Princes Hwy
BRIAGALONG
Pub, Main Street
General Store, Avon Street
Riverstone Café, Main Street
BAIRNSDALE
Nick Bairnsdale Sales Consultant
APCO IGA
Kim Long Thai cafe
Subway, Main Street
Information Centre, Main Street
McDonalds, Main Street
Peppers Fish & Chips, Main Street
Ocean Fish & Chips, Main Street
Jarrods Bakery, Main Street
Coles, Main Street
Noodle House, Main Street
Exchange house, Main Street
Bairnsdale Sports Club, Great Alpine Road
United Servo, Princes Hwy
David Luckes, Mcleod Street
AJ's Pizza, Princes Hwy
Hendo's Cafe, Princes Hwy
Train Station, Mcleod Street
Georges Fish & Chips, Princes Hwy
Isleys Fish and Chips, Princes Hwy
Le Café, Princes Hwy
Kebab House, Princes Hwy
Safeway, B'Dale Plaza
easy Eats cafe, B'Dale Plaza
LAKES ENTRANCE
Visitor Info Centre
Floating Dragon
RSL
Riviera Bait
Subway
MMM Truffles
Bakin Beans
Awesome F & C
McDonalds
Slipway Café
Fish a Fare
Vibez Café
Café
Funkey Monkey
Lamana Newsagent
The Hub
Steve - Lakes Entrance Sales Consultant
Whiters St Cvan Park
Footy Bridge FC
Lakes Sports Club
Lakes Bowls Club
Safeway
Six Sisters
LTB Milkbar
Foot bridge F + C
LAKES RUN
Swan Reach, Princes Hwy
JOHNSNVILLE
General Store, Princes Hwy
METUNG
General Store
Café
Bakery
VIC

CHURCHILL
IGA
Safeway
YINNAR
General Store
BOOLARRA
Takeaway
Post Office
MIRBOO NORTH
Grand Ridge Brewery, Ridgeway
96 on the Ridge, Ridgeway
Café, Ridgeway
Bakery, Ridgeway
IGA, Ridgeway
Newsagent, Ridgeway
Dalliance Café, Ridgeway
Nanna Cupboard, Ridgeway

TRAFALGAR
BK's Takeaway, Princess Highway
Fish Bits, Contingent Street
Gracies Bakery, Contingent Street
Roseberry Café, Princess Highway
Café Obsession, Princess Highway
Subway, Princess Highway
Deb's Bakehouse, Princess Highway
Café Obsession, Princess Highway
Foodworks, Princess Highway
Providence Cafe, Contingent Street
Cantiks Café, Princess Highway
NEERIM SOUTH
Kampara Hotel, Main Road
Bendigo Bank, Main Road
Piglets, Main Road
Neerim Sth PO, Main Road
Neerim South Milk Bar, Main Road
Drop Off
Noojee Hotel, Mt Baw Baw Tourist Rd
Red Parrot, Bennett Street
Neerim Sth Bakery, Main Road
Supermarket, Main Road
YARRAGON
Yarragon Spud Shop, Princess Highway
Yarragon Milk Bar, Princess Highway
Restore Café, Princess Highway
Foodworks, Campbell Street
Yarragon Post Office, Campbell Street
Cocos Café + Sticcado, Princess Highway
Yarragon Café + Piccalo, Princess Highway
Yarragon Bakery, Princess Highway
Yarragon Info Centre, Princess Highway
Darnum General Store, Princess Highway
MORWELL
Industrial Kiosk, Tramway Road
Gourmet Café, Commercial Road
Salt Bush Café, Commercial Road
Subway, Commercial Road
Morwell Newsagent, Commercial Road
Manny's Market, Commercial Road
NoodleHouse Lunchbox, Commercial Road
Reef Bakery, Commercial Road
SKS, Commercial Road
Laundry Mat, Commercial Road
Morwell RSL, Hazelwood Road
Morwell Bowls, Elgin Street
Morwell Fish & Chips, George Street
Coles, George Street
BBQ Chickens, Princes Drive
V/line Station, Princes Drive
Vesuvio Bakery, Church Street
Gastronomy, Church Street
Pizza / Café, Hoyle Street
Hot Spot, Princes Drive
McDonalds, Princes Drive
Midvalley Safeway, Princes Drive
Midvalley Coles, Princes Drive
Rawson Mini Mart, Commercial Road
Aust Italian Club, Princes Drive
Warragul / get lost
Sunnyside Eatery, Queens Road
United Petrol Stat, Queens Road
Albert Rd Milkbar, Queens Road
United Servo, Albert Road
Warragul V/Line, Hewitt Street
Warragul Greyhounds, Hewitt Street
Sinnett's Café, Smith Street
Subway, Smith Street
Optus, Smith Street
McDonalds, Smith Street
Downtowner, Smith Street
Safeway, Smith Street
Tattslotto, Smith Street
Grange Deli, Palmerston Street
Viva Latte, Palmerston Street
Warragul Café, Smith Street
Bean Scene, Smith Street
Blue Dolphin F & C, Smith Street
Lots of Noodles, Smith Street
Big Rooster Taway, Smith Street
Apperloos Bakery , Smith Street
Coles, Smith Street
Tattslotto, Smith Street
Chicken Bar
Bowling Alley
MOE
McDonalds, Lloyd Street
Old Gippstown, Lloyd Street
Railway Station, Lloyd Street
Rapt Antiques, Lloyd Street
Moe Hotel, Lloyd Street
Safeway, George Street
Georges F & Chips, Albert Road
RSL, Albert Road
Manny's F & Chips, Albert Road
Fish & Chips, Albert Road
Brya's Café, Albert Road
Coffee Central, Albert Road
Gypsys Pizza, Albert Road
Coles, Albert Road
Bakery Zeaheys, Moore Street
Hungry jacks, Moore Street
Subway, Moore Street
Moe Hot Bread, Moore Street
Erica General Store, Moore Street
Noodle Paradise, Moore Street
Cafe Central, Moore Street
Moe Turf Club, Waterloo Street
Mia's Kitchen, George Street
Micheals Fish & Chips, George Street
Newborough F & C, Rutherglen Road
Cafe Turn Back Time, George Street
Kitchen kebab, Moore Street
Sombo Bakery, Rutherglen Road
Newborough News, Rutherglen Road
Walhalla PO 19 trent st, Rutherglen Road
DROUIN
Gourmet Café, Princes Way
Bushies Bakery, Princes Way
Nicks Bakehouse, Princes Way
Drouin Family Hotel, Princes Way
Pizza Shack, Princes Way
Drouin T'away, Princes Way
Coles, Hamp Lane
Safeway, Commercial Place
Hill Top Milkbar, Princes Way

David Perry RTA Stop
Bruthen Bakery
Bruthen Info Centre
Nowa Nowa - Mingling Waters
Nowa Nowa General Store
Ensay - Hotel
Swifts Creek
IGA Supermarket
Omeo post office
Buchan
Buchan
Golden Age Hotel
Cann River United
Mallacootta IGA
Orbost Newsagent
Marlo Tackle Shop
General Store
Info Centre
Marlo Hotel
Foodworks

SAN REMO
Cobra Café, Marine Parade
Lil Café Bakery, Aberdeen Grocery
Cooking School, Aberdeen Grocery
Fish & Chips, Aberdeen Grocery
Beachside Bakery, Aberdeen Grocery
Foodworks, Aberdeen Grocery
Carmis Kitchen, Aberdeen Grocery
Nude Food Café, Aberdeen Grocery
Bakehouse, Aberdeen Grocery
NEWHAVEN
VIC, Phillip Island Road
Chocolate Factory, Phillip Island Road
Vietnam Vets Museum, Phillip Island Road
Newsagent , Forrest Ave
IGA, Forrest Ave
COWES
Dilectable Café, Phillip Island Road
Coles Store, Phillip Island Road
Kuta Café, Phillip Island Road
Pink Penguin, Phillip Island Road
Burger Edge, Phillip Island Road
Chino TA, Phillip Island Road
VIC, Phillip Island Road
Subway, Phillip Island Road
Woolworths, Phillip Island Road
Kilcunda Gen Store, Bass Highway
Dalyston Gen Store, Bass Highway
LEONGATHA
Lyrebird Café, McCartin Street
Henriettas Café, McCartin Street
Bakery, McCartin Street
Coral Fish & Chips, McCartin Street
Serafinos, McCartin Street
Number 9 Café, McCartin Street
Gatha Bookstore, Bair Street
LuLu Café, Bair Street
Thornton Bakery, Bair Street
VIC, Bair Street
IGA, Bruce Street
Village Place Coffee, Michael Place
Safeway, Michael Place
RSL, Michael Place
McDonalds, Korumburra Road
Subway, Korumburra Road
Organic Fruit & Veg, Bair Street
Lunchbox, Bruce Street
WONTHAGGI
Subway, White Street
Safeway, Murray Street
Connelly Bakery, Murray Street
McDonalds, Graham Street
IGA, Graham Street
Sensational Sandwiches, Graham Street
Noodle Canteen, Graham Street
Mega Bites, Graham Street
Fish & Chips, Graham Street
Work Man's Club, McBride Street
Whistle Stop Café , McBride Street
Mezza Luna, McBride Street
Café Collective, McBride Street
youkis
One Stop Shop, Graham Street
Workways, Graham Street
VIC, White Street
INVERLOCH
Paradise Bakery, Williams Street
Intlet F/C, Williams Street
Revamp Café, Williams Street
Inverloch F & Chips, Williams Street
Pieman Bakery, Abecket Street
Inverloch VIC, Abecket Street
Vela Nine, Abecket Street
3C Café, Abecket Street
Antique/cafe, Abecket Street
Arcade Deli, Abecket Street
Foodworks, Palmerston Street
KORUMBURRA
Coal Creek VIC, Korumburra Road
Lucy May's, Bridge Road
Patens Cafe, Bridge Road
Millets Café, Bridge Road
Korumburra Video, Bridge Road
Burra Bread / LOCH drop, Bridge Road
The Middle Hotel, Bridge Road
Pizza Shack, Bridge Road
Kelly's Bakery, Bridge Road
IGA
Fish & Chips, Korumburra Road
Café Swiss, Korumburra Road
LOCH
Loch General Store, Victoria Road
Olie At Loch, Victoria Road
Cosy Kitchen, Victoria Road
GRANKTVILLE
Seaside F & Chips, Sth Gippsland Hwy
Crisp Café, Sth Gippsland Hwy
Bakery, Sth Gippsland Hwy
Grantville Pantry, Sth Gippsland Hwy
Janas Cafe, Sth Gippsland Hwy
Charcoal Chicken, Sth Gippsland Hwy
BP, Sth Gippsland Hwy
Grantville Licensed, Sth Gippsland Hwy
YARRAM
Yarram Country Club, Commercial Road
Federal Coffee Place, James Street
Safeway, James Street
Fish & Chips, Commercial Road
Bakery Café, Commercial Road
Tree Top Café, Commercial Road
Info Centre, Commercial Road
Black Ram, Commercial Road
Fitze Milk Bar, Commercial Road
Woodside Gen Store
Alberton Servo, Sth Gippsland Road
Foodworks, Sth Gippsland Road
Woodside, Sth Gippsland Road
PORT ALBERT
Maritime Museum
Wild Fish
Custom House Café
Port Albert Hotel
Port Albert B & B
Blithe Spirit Accom
Angler1 Accom
General Store
Rodondo
Gallery
MEENIYAN
IGA, Whitelaw Street
Pause at Meeniyan, Whitelaw Street
Moos Café, Whitelaw Street
Bread & Pickles, Whitelaw Street
Pit Stop Café, Whitelaw Street
FOSTER
IGA, Station Road
Foster Hot Bread, Station Road
Bromleys Café, Station Road
Ando's Café, Station Road
The Rhythm Café,, Station Road
VIC, Station Road
Foodworks, Station Road
TOORA
IGA
Newsagent
Welshpool
Supermarket, Sth Gippsland Hwy
Milkbar, Sth Gippsland Hwy

Back Road Run
Tyers
Glengarry Bakery
Glengarry IGA
Toongabbie Store
Cowwarr General Store
Heyfield Info Centre
Steddy Diner
Bakery
Newsagent
Busy B's
3858 Café
Foodworks
Tinamba General Store

Stupid Liar!
Thur 27th Nov at 8.00pm
Esso BHP BIlliton Wellington
Entertainment Centre, Foster
Street, Sale

THE inimitable host of ABC2’s
Dirty Laundry Live – Lawrence
Mooney has also featured on
ABC shows; it’s a Date, Agony
of Life and Problems and is
heading to East Gippsland with
his current show.
Lawrence Mooney is a Stupid Liar
is an examination of the functional
stupidity of this man as he seeks to
guild the lily, smooth the bumps and
oil the machine of modern life. On
occasions the best intended fibs get
out of control and take on a life of
their own. This is Lawrence doing
stand up and telling stories in his

much celebrated style about some
mega fails in the social stakes.

Bookings

Lawrence’s Stupid Liar was the
Winner of Best National Act 2013
Perth International Comedy Festival
last year.

Wednesday 26th Nov

“One of this town’s most underrated
masters of the form.” The Sunday Age

Thursday 27th Nov

BAIRNSDALE
Forge Theatre 03 512 1482

“Doubled over with laughter.”
Herald Sun

SALE

“Mooney was like a sun in my dull
universe. The funniest performance
I’ve seen since Billy Connelly
rocked my world on VHS.” The
Music.com.au

Entertainment Centre

Esso BHP Billiton Wellington
Tickets: Adults: $39.90,
Concession: $34.90 (Seniors/
Pensioners), Student: $34.90

Right: Lawrence Mooney is coming to Sale
and Bairnsdale with his award winning
comedy show, Stupid Liar, in late November.
Below: Lawrence as host of ABC2’s Dirty
Laundry Live.

Nanna Sally’s Sewing Service
Basic Repairs @ Basic Prices
Craft Books & Vintage Craft Supplies
Craft Classes and Advice Available
Sewing Machines Serviced
Like us on Facebook.

Opening Hours: Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 5:00

Sat: 9:00 - 1:00

212 Raymond St, Sale Ph: 0435 578 197

ROSEDALE MOTORS
Specialists in Quality Motor Vehicles

MAFFRA
Café Latitude, Johnson Street
Maffra Hot Bake, Johnson Street
Maffra VIC, Johnson Street
MCSC, Johnson Street
Coffee 138, Johnson Street
Foster St Bakery, Johnson Street
Fish & Chips, Johnson Street
Safeway, Johnson Street
MJ's Café, Johnson Street
JJ's Café, Johnson Street

Contact Details
Sales: 0408057772
Admin: 03 5143 0908

Email: Sales@gippslander.com.au

2007 Mazda 2 5 Door Hatch
U2U 372
$5,990 Drive Away

2000 Nissan Pulsar 5 Door Hatch
QAG 111
$4,450 Drive Away

2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Sedan
UFW 084
$5,990 Drive Away

2004 Holden Astra GDX Sedan
WBW 022
$6,450 Drive Away

Lot 13 Princes Highway, Rosedale, Vic 3847
Ph: 5199 2016 Mob: 0409 167 105
(PO Box 81 Rosedale LMCT 7653)

www.gippslander.com.au

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Performance
incubator...

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Last Friday of every second
Month (next one on the 28th),
Stratford Courthouse Theatre

BUILT in 1885 and brimming
with a colourful history, the
Stratford Courthouse is nestled in
the Gippsland town of Stratford
on the Avon River.
A stunning preservation of the
period architecture, the building
boasts a modern 100-seat theatre
that houses film nights and live
performances. Adjoining the theatre
is the stylish Segue Community
Cafe and Artists studios.
Singer Songwriters and Storytellers,

get together here on the last Friday
night every second month, the next
one is on the 28th of November and
an array of local artists from muso’s
and poets to comedians will get the
opportunity to try out their material,

mostly original, on a live audience.
The venue has amazing acoustics and
features a great bar.
The Songwriters night started in
January 2011 and has been steadily
building up a network of followers
since then.
I t ’s a w a r m
and welcoming
environment
and everyone is
invited to perform
or just to come
along and check it
out... and its FREE

Join us aboard the Rubeena as you travel from
the Port Of Sale to the Historic Swing Bridge,
cruising quietly observing the wildlife and
discovering the history of Sale and surrounds.

To find out more get in touch with
the Stratford Courthouse Theatre
directly on 03 5145 6790.

Left & circled: The Singer Songwriters and
Storytellers night is a regular event at the
Stratford Courthouse Theatre.

BOOKINGS REQUIRED: 0400 933 112

www.facebook.com/
SingerSongwritersStorytellersStratford

KAL AUTOMOTIVE
On site servicing and repairs to all makes and models.
Pre purchase checks and diagnostic work.
Fully Qualified mechanic with over 15years experience.
Competitive rates and pensioners discounts.
7 days a week full warranty on repairs and new parts.
Covering Latrobe Valley and Wellington shire.

0438 048 138

Sale Christian Books
•The only Independant Christian Bookshop from Lakes Entrance to Berwick.
•Serving the Wider Christian Community of Gippsland.
•Advent Calenders
•Christmas Cards
Like us on Facebook.

Ph: 0435 578 197

212 Raymond St, Sale 3850

AAUSTRALIA
Bit Rude
ADULT PARTIES
By Leah

For a fun filled night full of
laughs and games in your home
Ph: 0400 969 688

facebook.com/ABitRudeGippsland

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MORE ON WHAT’S ON IN ROSEDALE
SUNDAY 9th NOVEMBER 2014
Rosedale Community Market
7.30am - 1.30pm

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are holding a fundraising market on
30th November 2014
in the Prince Street Reserve Rosedale
Commencing at 9.00am until 2.00pm
If you
MAKE IT
BAKE IT or GROW IT
then this is the market you must attend!

Rosedale
Community
Market

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SUNDAY 30th NOVEMBER 2014
Rosedale Nightingales CWA
Make It Bake It or Grow It Market
9.00am until 2.00pm
Sponsored by:
 Rosedale General Store & Café
20 22 Prince Street Rosedale
Phone 5199 2447
 Tarra Valley Foods
25 27 Prince Street Rosedale
Phone 5199 2709
 Clover Natural Health
Ruth on 5199 2815 or 0417 503 037

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Latrobe Shire News

Spring
Sustainability
Festival

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Sat 29th Nov. 9am to 2pm – Sustainability & Design
Market at Morwell Town Center on Commercial
Road
Sun 30th Nov. 8am to 1pm – Sunday Treasures
Market located at Latrobe City Council Car Park

AS part of the Reactivate Latrobe Valley project, The
Office of Urban Transformations Research (OUTR),
along with RMIT University and Latrobe City Council
are excited to once again invite you to be part of the
Spring Sustainability Festival.
Building on the success of the recent Winter Night
Festival, this much talked about event will showcase some
of Latrobe Valley’s creative individuals and businesses
including food, art, design and maker’s market stalls, as
well as food and live music.
There will be talks, workshops, art installations, guided
tours and markets showcasing locally produced art, design,
music, crafts and products.
The event is free and open to everyone.

Above: The Spring Sustainability Festival in Morwell will showcase the
creative wares of local talent.

For Stall & Event
holders
FOR STALL HOLDERS

Saturday 29th November
Design Market, Morwell Town Center on
Commercial Road
You are Supplied with:
An allocated space in the festival that you can use
to promote, exhibit and sell your business, group
or products. The space includes a table, chair and
a 3x3m marquee. Electricity will be supplied at
the event. This will be an opportunity to profile
your business in a range of media including the
Festival’s website and facebook page.
What is required from you:
A brief, 50 word description of your business and
products for the website.
Web links, contact details.
Your business logo.
Cost: $50

EVENT HOSTING

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BOOK NOW - STALLS $15.00
Phone Naomi 0425 783 652
Jenny 0408 055 019
email rosedalenightingales@gmail.com
Rosedale CWA Nightingales Market is
proudly sponsored by:
Rosedale General Store & Café
Tarra Valley Foods
Clover Natural Health
In association with and auspiced by the
Princes Highway Reserve Committee Inc.

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CWA Market

South Gippsland Shire News

Lyrebird Arts
Musical Treat
Saturday 29th November
Meeniyan Town Hall

WITH words like “faultless”
(The Guardian) and “awestruck”
(American Songwriter), critics
have hailed Small Town Heroes
– released via ATO Records
Australia – as one of the best
albums of 2014.
Now New Orleans indie folkies
Hurray For The Riff Raff – led by
Alynda Lee Segarra – are bringing
their acclaimed sound to Australia
for the very first time in November.

What is required from you:
A brief, 150 word description of your proposed
event and image for the website and program.
(note it needs to have a sustainability focus)
Web links, contact details.
Your business/ community group logo.

Anchored in adventure across
12 tracks of murder, heartbreak
and spirit, Small Town Heroes sees
Segarra – who produced the album
– turning the tables on traditional
folk and roots. On the band’s fifth
and best offering yet you’ll find
all the instruments of Americana:
acoustic guitar, fiddle, harmonica,
dobro, drum brushes and boot
stomps, not so much rustic though
as re-imagined. As Pitchfork puts
it: “Small Town Heroes is an album
about how life and music intersect.
Rather than play to her record
collection, however, Segarra takes
the records out of their sleeves,
scratches them up, and makes the
old music speak to new concerns.”

To apply visit www.transitingcities.com/
market-participants/

Raised in the Bronx with Puerto
Rican blood in her veins, Segarra fell

Friday 28th - 30th November (Starts 3pm
Friday - 9pm Sunday). Throughout Latrobe City
Host an event which is designed to provide
information and engage the general public in a
range of interesting ways on the understanding
of sustainability for the region.
Events can be in various formats such as talks,
workshops, films, performances etc. Hosts may
apply to run multiple events in the program.
Cost: $20
You are Supplied with:
Profiling in the event program and all online
event media avenues, marketing package for
distribution. Access to a broader network of
events throughout the region.

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in love with doo-wop and Motown
before spending her Saturdays
travelling downtown to the Lower
East Side, where she hit up punk
and riot grrl matinees. At 17, she
hitched to the West Coast. Playing
washboard and learning a banjo
she’d been gifted in North Carolina,
Segarra wound up in New Orleans,
just after Katrina had been through.
Led by singles ‘I Know It’s Wrong
(But That’s Alright)’ and ‘Blue Ridge
Mountain’, Small Town Heroes
has earned Hurray… a whole new
following. Spin, NPR and Rolling
Stone name-checked the LP in their
‘Best Albums of 2014’ mid-year
countdowns, Segarra earning shout
outs from Vogue. Singles have spun
on triple j’s Roots N All, BBC Radio
1, BBC 6 – where it scored Album
Of The Week – and more.

Tickets...
Table Seating. BYO. All Ages
Tickets: Concession $35
Adults $40
Book tickets via email:
lyrebirdarts@hotmail.com
OR any of our local ticket
outlets:
Gecko Studio Gallery, Fish
Creek; Duck Hutt, Meeniyan;
Main Street Revelations,
Foster; The Rusty Windmill
Cafe, Leongatha.

In July the band performed a
smouldering take of ‘The Body
Electric’ on “Late Show With
David Letterman”, having already
won over “Conan O’Brien” weeks
earlier. Once again Lyrebird Arts
have attracted an amazing act to
South Gippsland. Don’t miss it.
“The voice of the future” – NPR, All
Songs Considered
“A scrapbook of wandering and
loss” – New York Times

Above: indie folkies Hurray for the Riff Raff will be performing at Meeniyan Town Hall later
this month.

www.gippslander.com.au

November 2014

East Gippsland Shire News

Accolades keep
on coming
FLOATING Dragon Dockside
Restaurant in Lakes Entrance
has once again been the recipient
of ‘Trip Advisors Certificate of
Excellence Award for 2014.’ This is
the restaurants’ second such award
from Trip Advisor.

In 2013 Floating Dragon won
‘Trip Advisors’ Excellence Award’
as a four star restaurant. This year
Floating Dragons’ reviews lifted
the restaurant into the category of 4
½ stars out of 5, making it the No.1
restaurant in Lakes entrance.
“We are extremely delighted to
be the recipient of ‘Trip Advisors’
Certificate of Excellence Award’
for two consecutive years.” Sheenie
Hwang (Manager of Floating Dragon)
says. “Our staff work exceptionally
hard to provide excellent customer
service and this reward is our
assurance that our efforts are well
received by our customers”.
Floating Dragons’ accolades
continue to impress, having recently
been featured in this years ‘Lonely

Circled: Floating Dragon has recently earned
41/2 stars on TripAdvisor and is now featured
in Australia’s Lonely Planet Guide.

Planet Australian Travel Guide’.
Proprietor of Floating Dragon Mr.
Kohn Kyriakou said “The inclusion
of our restaurant into the ‘Lonely
Planet guide’ is very pleasing given
that our restaurant has only been
established for a few years.
The review process carried out
by Lonely Planet is undertaken by
anonymous reviewers.
Open for dinner 7 nights a week,
with a yum cha style lunch on
the first Sunday of every month
and a unique waterfront position,
Floating Dragon a must visit
destination eatery.

The club for
everyone

WITH summer fast approaching, a
holiday in Lakes Entrance could be
on the cards and at “The Club for
Everyone” – the Lakes Entrance
Bowls Club great food and
entertainment are on offer.
Zephyr Restaurant/Café
The café is open 7 days from 9am –
5pm with a great selection of fare and
bevvies. Open every day for lunch
from 12-2pm with prices starting at
$11 per meal and the dinner service
from 6pm every night the Zephyr has
a great selection of meals including
mouth-watering steaks, fresh seafood,
delicious roasts and lots more, plenty
of gluten free options as well.
Entertainment
Local band The Uncles play a free
show on Saturday 13th December.
A Courtesy Bus is available on
Friday and Saturday from 5pm, with
a door to door service for Lakes
Entrance, Lake Bunga, Lake Tyers
Beach and Kalimna.

Asian style cuisine overlooking the majestic Western Boat Harbour,
Lakes Entrance. An abundance of local seafood, produce and wine.

Floating Dragon
Dinner - Tuesday to Sunday from 6:00pm.
Yum-Cha served first Sunday of the Month from Noon till 2:00pm

FAMILY FUN ON THE STORMBIRD
While on a recent visit to Lakes Entrance
my family decided to have an outing on
the Stormbird.

Refreshments were available with a beer
for dad, a cup of tea for mum and soft
drinks and ice creams for the kids.

It was a lovely day and we boarded with
many other folks keen to see the Lakes.

It was a great afternoon watching the fishing
boats and enjoying the coastal scenery

We travelled down the lakes, past Kalimna
and on to Metung, then on to Paynesville,
where we saw Raymond Island.

My family highly recommends a day
out on the Stormbird as a fun and
educational outing

K&M Party Mayhem
*Jumping castle hire
*Novelty food (fairy floss, popcorn and snowcones)
*Face painting and Airbrush Tattoos
*Sumo Suit hire
*Inflatable slide hire
*Party, wedding and occasion supplies
and lots lots more
Also available for corporate events

Ph: 0435 457 323
160 Esplanade,
Western Boat Harbour,
Lakes Entrance

Fully Licensed
(no BYO)

Ph: 03 5155 1400

www.floatingdragon.com.au

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www.gippslander.com.au

East Gippsland Shire News

Anglers firing on all cylinders at Lakes
ROSS our ‘Fish Whisperer’ from Riviera Bait
Supplies in Lakes Entrance is astounded at how
well the Lakes are producing at the moment.
Anglers are killing it at Mill Point, Lakes
Entrance for flathead and bream on mop mullet
lures and prawns. Ross is selling thousands. Local
angler Tracey Wallace caught a 46cm, 1 kilo
bream much to the ongoing dismay of her fellow
angler and husband.
The spotted salmon at Reeves Chanel are almost
jumping into the boat. The Prawns are already
present in great quantiites even on a full moon,
which is unusual, with catches of 1 to 1.5 kilos.
The whiting and bream off the Metung Jetty are
also firing madly according to Ross.

Above: Preparing Whiting for the table.

Your
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The salmon are great at Eastern Beach and Lake
Bulga, weather premitting.
The Tambo is a bit hit and miss, but the hits are
big on live prawn and live sandworm.
Roundup from Lakesentrance.com
Lakes Entrance: The footbridge and jetties
are producing salmon and trevally on bluebait
and hard bodied lures. West of Kalimna Jetty
king george whiting have been caught in the
weed beds.
Lake Tyers: Large flathead have been taken
around Burnt Bridge and Solitude Bay using
soft plastics and peeled prawn. Bream are biting
at high tide between No 2 Jetty and the channel

Kickback
Cottages

markers. Trevally are active on the run out tide.
Mitchell River: Bream have been landed
from Grassy Banks to the Butter Factory and
backwater. Minnow lures and prawn are best bait.
Tambo River:The cliffs area has bream “on the
chew “using prawn, pippi and crab.
Nicholson: From Pear Tree to the Railway Bridge
bream are being caught on prawn and shrimp.
Metung: Shaving Point is still the best spot for
bream on prawn. A few king george whiting have
been taken on pippi.
Paynesville: Luderick are still around the
jetties with mullet and bream at the King Street
Bridge. Try sandworm, pippi and prawn.

Call Alison on

5155 1998

Relax in Lakes Entrance
in comfortable Cottages.

Live Bait, Sandworm, Shrimp, Rods, Reels, Tackle & Accessories

Riviera Bait Supplies

243 Esplanade, Lakes Entrance, Vic 3909

Walking distance to shops, cafes & beaches.
1, 2 & 3 bedroom Cottages nestled in
treelined park. BBQ & Entertainment area.

Prices start
from

Ph:(03) 5155 2263

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK - EARLY UNTIL LATE
Now Available
From
Patterson Lakes
To
Lakes Entrance

COZUCAN IN BRUTHEN
www.cozucan.com.au

Cozucan in Bruthen is the gateway to
Snowfields and Alpine National Parks, just
15 minutes from BAIRNSDALE. Cozucan flats
provide quick access to the East Gippsland Rail
Trail, Walking and Horse Riding trails, Fishing
on the Tambo River and four golf courses with
in 45 minutes. Why stay with us? COZUCAN

$110
$100
per night
per couple

www.kickbackcottages.com.au

Marlo Ocean View Caravan & Camping Park
Situated in the coastal town of Marlo
where the Snowy River meets the sea.
With stunning scenery, waterways
and beautiful clean beaches, Marlo
Ocean View Caravan & Camping
Park is the ideal base to check out
the beauty of Marlo.

•13 acres of beautiful grassed park
•Large playing oval within the park
•250 sites : 157 with power
•Kitchen and sheltered barbeque
•Two undercover BBQ areas
•On site Kiosk & Coffee shop
•LPG gas refills
•Onsite cabins
•Onsite vans - 4 with en suite
•Short stroll to the beach
•Pets allowed - conditions apply
•Camp fires allowed - conditions apply

(03) 5154 8268
21 Marine Parade, Marlo VIC 3888

www.gippslander.com.au

November 2014

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East Gippsland Shire News

www.waterwheelbeachtavern.com
Water Wheel offer self-contained accommodation for your next stop over in Lake Tyers
Beach! All cabins (4 or 6 person cabins available) include en-suite facilities and are perfect
for families, couples, small groups, fishing groups, corporate & business travellers, selfdrive, backpackers and as a stopover along the Gippsland tourist route. Everyone can
enjoy this destination which provides easy access to the lake for fishing, swimming or
boating. Situated right next door to the Waterwheel Beach Tavern, Waterwheel Beach
Cabins also cater to those travelling with caravans and for campers alike.

577 Lake Tyers Beach Road, Lakes Tyers Beach, VIC, 3909

The Waterwheel Lake Tyers

Fishing Competition

On & Off Shore Fishing Challenge!
Start: Fri 28th of Nov at 2pm
Finish: Sat 29th of Nov, at 4pm
This HUGE event, a drawcard to
the district, will see hundreds of
competitors trying to take home a
magnificent major price valued at
over $5,000! Registration to this highly
publicised, jam-packed weekend is via
phone (03 5156 5855) or in person at
the Waterwheel Beach Tavern. Numbers
are limited so register asap to ensure
you’re locked in and able to participate!

New Magazine

COMING SOON TO A CARAVAN
PARK & VISITOR INFORMATION
CENTRE NEAR YOU
Contact Mark on 0408057772
Roaming Gippsland

RRP $3.99

Gippslands must have guide for RVs & Caravaners
Distributed in 6 Shires

Spring/Summer 2014

• What to see
• Gippslands local produce

Roaming Gippsland
full colour magazine
THE new Roaming Gippsland magazine, targeted
at caravaners and RV owners, features all 6
Gippsland Shires and the Alpine Shire, and is
designed to provide the most comprehensive look at
Gippsland tourism ever.
Keep and eye out for Roaming Gippsland in Visitor
Information Centers, Caravan Parks and Retail
stores throughout Gippsland. 25,000 copies will be
distributed, consisting of at least 48 pages of detailed
information for Caravaners and RV Campers.
Publication dates will be constant, with our Summer
edition covering December ‘till May, and the Winter
edition – June to the end of November.

Advertising Rates...
Special prices are for 6 months advertising
as the magazine is published twice yearly
● FULL PAGE (A4) in colour = $990.00 inc GST
● ½ page (A5) in colour = $500 inc GST
● ¼ page (A6) in colour= $275.00 inc GST
● Medium display (45mm high by 64mm
wide) in colour = $144 inc GST
● ¼ page STRIP in colour = $275 inc GST

• Where to eat
• Where to have fun
• Where to get your Vehicle/RV/Caravan & Equipment fixed
• Visitor info centre = best information

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• Gippsland’s regional map
• Free campsites
• RV friendly towns
• RV dump sites

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Baw Baw Shire News

A Museum dedicated to telling the complete
story of the Holden brand. Situated in the old
dairy factory in Trafalgar, Gippsland Victoria.
Museum is in its infancy and is planned to
open to the public in October 2014.

Opening Hours
Sat - Sun: 10:00am - 5:00pm
69 Waterloo Road
Trafalgar, Vic 3824

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November 2014

Bass Coast Shire News

Small farm & lifestyle expo
Sat 22nd to Sun 23rd,
9am to 5pm

Are you one of the many families
that have moved to the beautiful
Gippsland region in search of a better
way of life? Are you a farmer, or even
a small land holder, keen to discover
the how-to on environmentally sound
farming principles and the latest in
farm technology?
It’s time to mark your diary for
November 22 and 23rd for the
inaugural Small Farm + Lifestyle
Expo, to be held at the famous Phillip
Island Grand Prix circuit. It’s for

landowners of all types – from full
on farmers to market gardeners to
happy families who have recently
been embraced by the charms and
advantages of rural life.
“So many city folk are embarking
on a sea-change or a tree-change, but
when they move into their country
home complete with their plot of
land, they are often at a loss managing
their property,” says circuit managing
director, Fergus Cameron, who also
runs a farm.
“Rural life is wonderful but it
possesses challenges, and we felt we
had the capacity and contacts to create
an expo that would really help people.
“Many experts from our community
and local government authorities have
agreed to attend and will be sharing
their expertise with our patrons,”
said Cameron who has recruited
the Bass Landcare Network to

speak on sustainable farming practices
and Alternative Growing Solutions to
provide agricultural advice.

The reaction to the inaugural expo
has been very positive with many
local companies and organisations
committed and exhibiting the latest
farm machinery, implements, power
equipment and cutting edge farm
technology. Internal and external sites
are still available and exhibitors should
contact the circuit for more details.
There will be a strong focus
on organic and sustainable living
products, with everything from worm
farms to solar lights being featured.
On the lifestyle side, there will
be exhibitors covering a range of
leisure pursuits from water sports,
and camping, to four wheel driving,
health and tourism.
As in all good rural communities,
local produce will also be celebrated.

The Expo will be open from 9am –
5pm each day Saturday and Sunday
November 22 and 23, and will cost $10
for adults; and is free for children
17 and under accompanied
by an adult.







For further information go to www.
phillipislandcircuit.com.au
For sites call Paul Coleman at the
circuit on 03 5952 2710 or info@
phillipislandcircuit.com.au

What do you really need to spend?

are some tips to help get you into the property market.

Be willing to make some sacrifices. Examine your
spending record and decide what you can give up. For
example, you might decide not to spend $1500 a year
on coffee.

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Patrons are expected to come from
south and central Gippsland, and the
south eastern suburbs of Melbourne.

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“Located on Phillip Island
Serving the people of the
Bass Coast region and
surrounds”

“We have everything from olive
farmers to nut growers attending and
people will be able to experience
and taste the product of our land.
Hopefully sampling some of region’s
fine food and wine will inspire
attendees to turn their plot of land,
no matter how small or large,
into a productive space,”
said Cameron.
The Small Farm
Expo will be housed
in the 2000 square
metre pavilion usually
used for motorsport
expos with external sites
being north and west of the
pavilion. A dedicated rough
terrain area will allow for quad bikes,
gators, Ag bikes and 4WDrive vehicles
to be put through their paces and a
working farm area will showcase the
latest farm machinery, tractors, slashers
and ride-on mowers.

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SAVING isn’t glamorous but it has to be done. So here

is that you should be saving 10% of your pre-tax income.

What are you spending?
Get a notebook and every time you spend money, write
it down. Everything. For at least a month. You’ll be
surprised where your money goes.

A savings history
So start putting something aside every month and
you’ll be surprised how quickly it adds up – Want more
savings tips? Talk to an MFAA member today.

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Bass Coast Shire News

MILITARY & COLLECTABLE AUCTION
SATURDAY 6TH & SUNDAY 7TH DECEMBER
11AM START
WONTHAGGI TOWN HALL
BAILLIEU ST EAST
WONTHAGGI VIC 3995
VIEWING AVAILABLE: FRIDAY 3PM-7PM
SATURDAY & SUNDAY FROM 9AM

No License required for antique guns & pistols
1200 Items of Militaria and Collectables.
Absentee and Phone Bidding Available.
Buyer’s Premium 16.5 % incl GST
Payment on Day
Items Include:
antique guns including, flintlocks, percussion, cased flintlock & percussion
pistols, obselete cartridge guns, badges, medals, coins, stamps, flags, powder
flasks & horns, third reich items, swords including US, English, European &
Japanese samarui, hats, helmets, caps, third reich items, flags, arm bands,
scrimshaw, uniforms, pocket watches, rings, books, stamps, bayonets, bowie
knives, bugles, prints, us animal traps, walking sticks, ww2 machettes, photo
albums, war books & many great one off collectable items

FOR MORE INFORMATION PHONE: 0411-878-825 OR 0418-380-845
OR EMAIL: oldiesc@bigpond.com

www.gippslander.com.au

November 2014

Artistic Gippsland

Wonthaggi Artspace

WONTHAGGI Artspace Gallery
opened in October 2012 and in its
first two years more than 10,000
people have visited the gallery.
With a stable of the top art and
craft exponents in Gippsland, the
gallery has proved an outstanding
success and has become a feature
of the Bass Coast arts scene.

A large measure of that success
is due to the very experienced and
hard working committee. Exhibitors
are asked to pay a nominal fee for
the display space their items require
whether it is wall space, glass
shelving or cases, or plinths.

combination of art types can book the
wall for one or two months. Usually
the Exhibition Wall exhibitors will
hold an official opening and special
promotion through local press, TV
and radio. These regular events create
increased publicity for the Gallery.
Craft workers can also have specific
exhibitions by booking a number of
glass cases and plinths.

which has brought great benefit to
the artists and the local community.
The gallery committee is always
looking for new art and craft people
to join their ranks and ask potential
exhibitors to investigate the gallery
through its web site and facebook
and to complete an application form
available through the web site or at
the gallery.

Although the gallery is a non
profit organization run strictly by
volunteers, sales in the two years of
operation has exceeded $100,000

For any further enquiries contact the
gallery during business hours or the
gallery president, Colin Billington
on 5674 2892, Mob. 0430 238 249.

The gallery is open five days a week
from Thursday to Monday 10.00am
to 4.00pm and longer during peak
holiday seasons. In addition to the
exhibitors who do roster duty, there
is an increasing number of external
volunteers who enjoy the atmosphere
of the gallery and to meet and greet
visitors with many of them doing
weekly rosters.
The gallery has a specific area of
wall called the Exhibition Wall and
individual artists, art groups or a
Regular Exhibitors:
Above: Dennis Leversha, Black Coal,
Mixed Media, 1100 x 750, Bass Coast
Artists’ Society Easter Art Exhibition,
First Prize, 1999.
Left: Phil Henshall, Smiths Redhead 2,
Oil on canvas, Width: 183 cm Height:
123 cm.
Below: Potter and artist, Laurel
Billington currently the feature artist at
the Wonthaggi Artspace Gallery. Seen
here in her Drouin studio.

Right: Mandy Gunn’s Crossing
the Simpson 3 2014. Acrylic
and Simpson Desert sand on
linen 100x100cm.

McBride Ave., Wonthaggi, www.wonthaggiartspace.com.au
: 5672 1415

www.facebook.com/WonthaggiArtSpace

VP: Thurs, October 30
lin Billington, 5674 2892
mail: hazecolin02@gmail.com

5-7 McBride Ave., Wonthaggi,
ph: 5672 1415

RSVP: Thurs, October 30
Colin Billington, 5674 2892
Email: hazecolin02@gmail.com

The home of quality local art & craft in the heart of Gippsland. Expressions
of interest to exhibit at the gallery is now available. The gallery provides
a wide selection of art in all mediums and craft including jewellery,
fabrics, glassware, woodwork, mosaics and pottery in all its forms.
Open Thursday to Monday 10.00am – 4.00pm
BH: 5672 1415

Contact:
AH: Colin Billington 5674 2892

wonthaggiartspace.com.au

wonthaggiartspace@gmail.com

5-7 McBride Avenue, Wonthaggi, Vic

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Family Outings
Phone: 56581111
Or 0431 684 981
info@sgr.org.au
www.sgr.org.au
Travel on board historic railway carriages on a winding journey through the rolling hills of the Strzelecki Ranges. It’s a
leisurely and relaxed way to view and experience our beautiful countryside without the stress of tailgaters wanting you to
hurry up. The train passes through some unique gullies and forests tucked away in the hills. Visitors may explore the 107 year
old station and museum at Korumburra. Self serve refreshments are available in the magnificent refreshment room.
Journeys start at the heritage listed Korumburra Station and head to Leongatha, giving you time to experience the town, have
a coffee or a picnic then return to Korumburra by train.
First train departs Korumburra at 11:00 on Sundays 16 November, 7th, 21st and 28th December, all Sundays and Wednesdays
in January. S.G.R. also offers: Train Charters for sight-seeing groups, birthday parties or other functions; Dream Come True
experiences (where you get to drive the train), Function Room Hire and Murder Mystery Trains.

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DON’T MISS
The Emerald
Twilight Market 2014
Friday 5th December –
Puffing Billy Park,
Kilvington Drive Emerald
3pm - 8pm
For Further Details Contact
echmarket@iinet.au
Phone: 5968 3881

Come and see
Santa and do
your Christmas
shopping!

Lions Club of Trafalgar

Swap Meet
Sunday 23rd November, 2014 6:00am -3:00pm
Trafalgar Recreational Precinct, Waterloo Rd, Trafalgar
Sites: $10.00
Public entry/buyers: $3.00, children under 16 free.
Show vehicles with 2 adults, free entry
Full catering provided, no food vendors permitted.
Proudly Sponsored by Australian Swap Meets

Contact Ian: 0407254337 / 56331143
http://trafalgar.vic.lions.org.au

www.gippslander.com.au

November 2014

GigPig

Gigpig birthday bash
celebrates 500+ gigs
Gigpig, Gippsland’s free online
gig guide, will join rocking covers
bands Bubstone and Drunken Ninja
for a party to outdo all parties at the
Austral Hotel in Korumburra on
Saturday, November 29.
The event marks Gigpig’s first
birthday, a milestone that also celebrates
more than 500 Gippsland gigs promoted
free through the site since Gigpig went
live, in November 2013.
Bubstone, a covers band that
plays kick-butt rock the likes of Foo
Fighters, Powderfinger and The Living
End, was the first band to list with
Gigpig and is “pumped” for the event.
Bubstone is supported by Drunken
Ninja, a pub band that covers music

Brides Guide

Gigpig picks

from the 80s and 90s, but also some
earlier and more current numbers.
It promises to only play music you
can dance to and sing along with.
In other Gippsland music news, tickets
to Lyrebird Arts Council’s annual festival
Summer of Soul are now on sale.
The event, held annually at Mossvale
Park via Leongatha, will be held on
January 10 and features rock legend Paul
Kelly and the energetic and eclectic Cat
Empire, a Melbourne band that has taken
its unique sound around the world.
Summer of Soul is expected to
attract the punters in their thousands.
For the full lineup, ticketing
information and other details, head to
lyrebirdartscouncil.com.au.

More details on these and other
Gippsland gigs at www.gigpig.
com.au HAPPY GIGGING!

Vibes Virtuoso (world)
Thurs 6th Nov, Esso
BHP Billiton Wellington
Entertainment Centre, Sale

Vibraphone player Nick Parnell
is said to make old music new,
injecting energy into a repertoire that
is both familiar and inspirational.
Tix: $15-33. Details: www.
ebbwec.com.au

Phil Jamieson (acoustic)
Fri, 21st Nov, Spirit Bar and
Lounge, Traralgon

If Aria-award winning Grinspoon
(Aussie rock at its finest) got you
all a-tingle, you might want to
check out the former lead vocalist
Phil Jamieson in a solo acoustic
performance that promises plenty.
Tix: $40 at the door. Details:
5176 4777

The History of the
White Wedding Gown
FOR the modern bride the wedding
gown is possibly the most important
element of her ‘perfect’ wedding day.

Historically though, brides rarely
purchased a dress specifically for their
wedding day. European and American
brides had been wearing a plethora of
colours, including blue, yellow, and
practical colours such as black, brown
or grey prior to the tradition of the
white wedding gown gaining hold.

The tradition of a white wedding
is commonly credited to Queen
Victoria’s choice to wear a white
wedding dress when she married
Prince Albert in 1840.
Because of the limited laundering
techniques, white dresses provided
an opportunity for conspicuous
consumption: they presented an ideal
opportunity to showcase the bride’s
family as so wealthy and so firmly part
of the leisure class that the bride would
choose an elaborate dress that could be
ruined by any sort of work or spill.

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Lovers
By the end of the 19th century the
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American, and Australian brides didn’t
adopt the trend fully until after World
War II. With increased prosperity in the
20th century, the tradition also grew to
include the practice of wearing
the dress once only.

Jarbeque (covers)

Sat, 29th Nov, Thorpdale Hotel

A covers band that takes its partying
pretty seriously, Jarbeque will bring
its musical talent to Thorpy pub.
We’re predicting this is one event
that’s likely to pop.

Asian brides didn’t
adopt the trend of the

Above: Queen Victoria is credited
with starting the tradition of the white
wedding dress in 1840.

white wedding gown until late in the
20th century but unlike their Western
counterparts, Asian brides still usually
wear their traditional dress for the
ceremony, then change into the
Western styled gowns at the reception
– often changing their gowns multiple
times during the reception.

Mick & Hoppa

Left: Brides from Asia still
wear their traditional dress
during the ceremenony but
have adopted the white
dress during the reception.

Above: Bubstone are playing at GigPig’s 1st birthday bash late November.

If you are looking for that perfect
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Handen Special Events: info@handense.com.au

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Mick & Hoppa
Mick & Hoppa

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Phone: 5664 7388 Mob: 0408 650 874

Bruthen Bric A Brac
A growing retail business, only three years old
in a lovely country town on junction of main
highways enroute to mountains, snow, beaches
and interstate. For all your Collectables and
Giftware, come and see us in Bruthen.

61 Main St, Bruthen 3885
(03) 5157 5160

We retail daily, so come and enjoy a leisurely browse around our
auction-house or come and experience the thrill of our monthly
auctions where many a bargain is to be had at recession beating prices.
www.gippslandauctionhouse.com
Ph: (03) 5176 2099
174-176 Argyle Street
Traralgon Vic 3844

Trading Hours:
Mon - Fri: 9:00AM to 5:00PM
Sat: 9.00AM-1.00PM

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Technology & Finance

5 ways to improve your
property negotiating skills
WHILST it’s true that the number
of properties on the market for sale
has increased substantially over
the last 12 months, competition to
secure those properties is stronger
than ever. Auction clearance rates
remain very high, with few left-over
bargains to be had. So how can you
hone your skills to yourself a better
chance of securing the property
you’re after? Here’s five great tips
to give you an edge when negotiating
your next property purchase.

1

Be sure of your position
It’s always wise to negotiate
from a position of strength. So before
you make an offer or even start talking
to the real estate agent or vendor
about purchasing a property, do your
research to make sure it is not only
the right property for your needs and
objectives, but to find out what the
right purchase price will be, given
current market conditions.
To find out this most important
fact, research the recent sale prices of
comparable properties in the same suburb
and work out growth projections for the
suburb over the period of time you plan
to hold the property. You might even
want to go so far as to have the property
professionally valued (and if this is the
case, let us know as we can help).
In addition to finding out the right
price for the property you intend to
purchase, make sure that you are
financially situated to take advantage of

the deal quickly. To do this, talk to us
about getting your finance pre-approved
and line up your team of professionals
before you begin. Be ready for pest and
building inspections, do your valuation
and make sure you can include the
deposit cheque with your offer.
If you do your homework properly, it
will give you a solid position from which
to make an offer and negotiate the right
price. Even if you’re forced to compete
in an auction for the property you want,
knowing your position and upper limit
beforehand will help you bid decisively
to come out on top at the end of the
auction process – and remember, coming
out on top means securing the property at
the right price, not at all costs.

2

Assess the seller’s situation
Finding a vendor who is willing
to negotiate on price isn’t always easy.
They tend to set a price that satisfies
their personal objectives instead of
allowing the market to set the price.
Discovering as much about the vendor
as you can will help you decide if
attempting to negotiate the price you
want to pay for the property is worth
your time and effort. If you can find a
vendor who really needs to sell, then
you will have more bargaining power
and may get a better price. A good tip
is to try and find out how many other
offers have been made. Here’s some
questions to ask that will help you
track down vendors that need to sell:
• Why is the vendor selling?

• Have they already purchased
another property?
• How long has it been on the
market?
• Has the property been passed
in at auction previously?
Don’t be intimidated
Always have an upper price limit
in mind before you begin negotiations.
Your objective is to negotiate a price as
far below this limit as you can.

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If you do your research properly, you
should be able to determine the right
price and enter into your negotiations
with full confidence. If you have your
finances in place, there is no reason
you should be intimidated by real estate
agents and vendors quoting higher prices
than you are prepared to pay. Use the
evidence you have gathered in your
research to persuade them that your offer
is likely to be the best they’ll receive,
then sweeten the deal by meeting their
settlement terms. Show them you are
serious and they will react accordingly.

4

Control your emotions
Emotions play a big part in every
property transaction. They are also the
number one reason why people pay too
much for a property. That’s because
finding your dream home is never
easy. The more desperate you are to
secure a property, the higher the price
you will pay.
If you only choose one property to
pursue, it is more likely that you will

fixate on acquiring that property at all
costs – and risk paying too much. This is
true for all types of property purchases,
whether you are buying to become an
owner occupier or an investor.
Have another property as a potential
back up, so that you can negotiate
objectively on the property you prefer.
You can use this back-up property to
give you more negotiating power – if the
real estate agent seems unlikely to field
offers before the auction, or the vendor
seems set on an unrealistic price, you can
simply say to them “I have a more viable
option to pursue” – the thought of losing
a potential purchaser will make them
more open to negotiations.
Be prepared to walk away
If you can’t close the deal for the
price you want to pay, leave your offer
on the table then sit back and wait.
There is a good chance the vendor will
come back to you to negotiate further,
particularly if no other offers meet
their expectations.
Time can be a great negotiating tool,
so be patient and wait for the agent to
chase you. They may chase you to bring
you back to the negotiating table, or to
get you to attend the auction. Either
way, you may get a second chance at
securing the property – but make sure
you hold firm on your price.
From an investor’s point of view,
missing out on a property is better than
paying too much. If you’re shopping
for your dream home, however, it

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might not be so easy to take this
attitude. You’ll need to be realistic
about your budget and what you can
really afford to pay.
But don’t worry. If you can’t secure
your dream property for the right
price, then it just wasn’t meant to
be. Keep doing your homework and
you’ll soon find the perfect property
for the perfect price.
The key is always to do your

homework. If you don’t have a reliable
source of property information then
let us know. We can help you get the
right information so you’re fully armed
and ready to cut the right deal on the
property you want. We can also help
you get pre-approval for your financing
so you can move quickly and decisively,
so get in touch on the details below.
Club Financial Services – Gippsland
- Phone 0351750411

About Malware
How does a virus or malware get onto your PC?

It can happen in a variety of ways. Most common ways are via
an attachment in your email, or a dodgy link in your emails
that leads you to a hacked site or even just visiting a regular
site that has malware injected into it and which downloads
to your PC without you knowing. Also downloading and
installing free software can easily install adware/malware
onto your PC without you knowing.
I have a antivirus installed and still got a virus,
how is that possible?
Sometimes there are ‘0 day’ exploits, meaning the malware/
exploit is already out in the wild before the antivirus
companies can come up with a removal solution for you to
update with. Also not updating your Anti Virus (AV) software
will leave you unprotected from new exploits so its always
important to keep your AV subscription up to date.
My friend says the computer will need to be
totally wiped to fix it, is that true?
In most cases the answer is no, you will not have to do

a complete wipe. However there are some nasty viruses
out there that can cause a lot of damage including deleting
important system files which will leave you with a unbootable
system, worse case scenario you would need a reinstall.
However if this is ever required it should still be possible
to retrieve your important files/documents before a reinstall.
Costs will apply for reloading a operating system.
How long does it take to remove the virus or
malware?
In most cases its same day turn around, depends on the daily
work load.
How much does AV/internet security software
cost?
It’s only $40 for Trend Micro Internet Security which will
provide sufficient protection for your PC. The cost includes
a years worth of updates, after that you can choose to renew
your subscription for another year to ensure you’re up to date.
Or you can choose to have the FREE Microsoft Security
Essentials installed which also does a great job.
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Shows & Festivals

Traralgon Show
28-Nov-2014 - 29-Nov-2014
Activities commence Friday from 9.00am till 11.00pm with the
fireworks at 9.30pm. Saturday activities are from 8.30am till
4.00pm. Come and experience all the wonderful activities that
make up an agricultural show. The many animals, farm associated
activities, show bags and rides. it's fun for the whole family!
If anyone has any questions, please contact 51741366
Traralgon Recreation Reserve, Whittackers Rd Traralgon, Vic 3844

Tickets available from Dickens Realestate, Bright
We’re coming back to the beautiful hills of Bright and we can’t wait!

After the roaring success of the first Harvest ‘n’ Graze in Bright, the team are back for
their second event at the magnificent Howitt Park, headlined by iconic Australian
performers James Reyne, The Black Sorrows, Ross Wilson & Jason Singh (Taxiride). The
Ovens River passes the picturesque park, with magnificent trees and hillside setting
make the perfect scene for a riverside celebration! With up to 25 stalls of the State’s best
regional fare, artisan delicacies and a vast assortment of ready-to-eat delights. This
event promises to be one of the most unforgettable concert experiences of the year.
Harvest ‘n’ Graze is a family friendly festival where the music plays all day, stallholders
are handpicked, Fisher & Paykel host the fabulous cooking demonstrations, free kids
amusements, face painting and entertainment all day long.

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House & Garden

November in the Vegie Patch
A Week by Week Guide on what to grow and how
NOW that the weather is warming up the
variety of crops that can be sown or planted is
extensive. Even though we have had a number
of mild, sunny days it is not until the soil has
started to warm up that summer crops will
take off and thrive. A soil thermometer is a
good investment. You can test the temperature
of your soil and when it has reached 17C you
will be able to plant any summer crops.
When preparing the soil for planting work in some
blood and bone, old manure or a small amount of manure
pellets (like ‘Dynamic Lifter’) to build up the soil and
give the plants a start. Liquid manure or ‘compost tea’
is also an easy way to fertilise your garden. It is easy to
make and needn’t cost you anything. How to make it and
use it is outlined in the breakout box below.

FURTHER NOTES

slow the soil warming up.

Water all seedlings in immediately after planting. This
settles the soil and removes air pockets that will dry the
tiny roots.
If you are planting ‘staking’ tomatoes it is best to put the
stake in first then plant beside the stake to avoid damaging
the plant. Train the tomatoes leaving only three, or at the
most four, main shoots. Old stocking or jute string is ideal
to tie them. Cut all shots away from the base of the leaves
as they emerge. If you leave these shoots until they are
about 75mm/3” long they can be cut off carefully and put
into a small glass or jar of water. They will soon sprout
roots and can then be planted out like seedlings.
It is important to keep the soil moist but do not use
mulch yet as too much mulch will act as an insulator and

LIQUID MANURE
Sometimes called ‘compost tea’, liquid manure is very
easily prepared and is ideal source of nutrients to give
your plants a boost during the growing season. It can
also be applied very weakly to new seedlings.

 Dilute the liquid to the strength of weak tea in a
watering can or bucket and use to water around
your plants. If you have made a strong brew use
more water, if the brew is weak, use less.

 To make liquid manure you will need a container
such as a bucket, old garbage bin or drum, animal
manure, weeds, a mesh bag and some string. A
hessian sack, an old stocking or an old tea towel
would make suitable ‘mesh bags.

 Liquid manure can be used about every week or

 Put a quantity of manure and/or weeds in your
bag or in the middle of a piece of cloth and
tie with the string to make a ‘tea bag’. Put the
bag into your container with the string hanging
over the side. Now add water to nearly fill the
container. A couple of times a day give your ‘tea
bag’ a jiggle to help ‘brew’ it. After a couple of
weeks you can start using your ‘brew’.

Caterpillars and grubs can be kept under control by
hand removal or by using a Bt spray such as ‘Dipel”.
This spray is actually a bacteria and stops the digestive
process in chewing pests. It is completely harmless to
birds and animals even if they eat the affected pest. There
are many other ‘recipes’ for ‘safe’ sprays. Do not resort
to chemical sprays.
Snails and slugs will be on the march. Snails can usually
be collected fairly easily by hand at might with the aid of
a torch. They can also be controlled with ‘Multiguard’
snail bait. ‘Multiguard’ is made from iron sulphate and is
harmless to birds, animals & pets.
Sweet corn likes plenty of manure and water. It does
not like root disturbance and is far better if grown from
seed in the place where you wish to grow it. As it is wind
pollinated it is better planted in a ‘block’ rather than single
rows. Once it is established consider planting climbing
beans so that they can grow up the stalks. The corn will

provide free stakes for
the beans and will help
shade the bean flowers
in the hotter weather.

Plant some daisy flowers
amongst and around your vegie patch. These include
calendulas, marigolds gazanias, zinnias, etc. These will
add colour but more importantly provide a food supply
for adult predators of pests. These ‘goodies’ need a food
supply and their larvae are voracious consumers of aphis
and other caterpillars. A ladybird larva can consume 60
aphids in a day! Minute wasps lay they eggs in aphids
and caterpillars and the pests are eaten ‘inside out’!

MONTHLY JOBS
1st WEEK

 Sow seed of Brussels sprouts for December/
January transplanting
 Continue to sow bush beans every 10-14 days.
Small sowings regularly will give you a continuous
supply for a long time.
 Plant out tomato seedlings
 Sow sweet corn (sow in ‘blocks’ rather than rows
to ensure pollination and better cobs.

ten days and should be applied to the soil. If the soil
is dry, water it first.
Strong healthy
plants will be more
resistant to attack
from pests or
diseases.

2nd WEEK

 Sow lettuce (a row about 20-30cm/8-12” long will
give you any amount for transplants).
 Sow melons, cucumbers, zucchinis, pumpkins &
squash. There are many bush varieties if space
is a problem. Pumpkins can also be trained to go
along a fence or up onto a shed.
 Sow climbing beans. A bean ‘teepee’ is fun for the
kids. See how to make one on this page.

Nancy’s Notes
Howdy Folks!
Happy High Spring to ya’ll! Aren’t the trees wonderful with their lush new growth? Actually,
this month we’ve had quite a few of you asking about your trees. It seems they are growing
well but the once sun-drained garden is now in dappled light or shade. Are there any shade
lovers aside from azaleas or Rhodys? Too right there are! Let’s chat about a few:
Heucheras: I think there are over 50 species of these little jewels, with crimson, white, or
pink flowers. The foliage can vary from green to dappled to purple and more. One variety,
‘Midnight Rose’ has purple leaves with tiny pink spots that enlarge through the season.
Epimediums: this genus includes some 40 species and is quite tolerant of dry shade once
established. The leaves are heart shaped with sprays of dainty flowers. They seldom reach
more than 60cm in height. E.rubrum has dark pinky-red and white flowers. The beautiful
leaves are both edged and marbled in red. E.Mottled Madness is just that- heavily mottled
in copper and maroon, with precious white flowers. E.Okuda’s white begins spring with
lovely coppery plum foliage turning to a soft green with warmer weather. Delightful pure
white flowers adorn the plant from mid spring through autumn.
Thalictrum: with over 300 species of Meadow-Rue for sun and shade there will surely be
several to please the most discerning gardener. The leaves are reminiscent of Maiden fair
ferns or Granny’s Bonnets. Their conspicuous stamens look ever so delicate rising above the
plant. One of my favourites today is T.aquilegifolium album. From its basal clump, pristine
white flowers reach to 1.4 metres.
Corydalis: with over 300 species, it is high impossible to choose even one. They have
striking ferny foliage with flowers in pink, yellow, cream, purple and sometimes clear blue.
C. flexuosa is one of these. It is absolutely stunning. Its brother C.omeiensis has darker blue
flowers and is perhaps hardier than C.flexuosa
So there you go, just a few plants for under those trees, but there are heaps more! Go see
your local nursery person for lots and lots of ideas. Enjoy this marvellous spring!
Happy Gardening
Cheers, Nancy

3rd WEEK

 Sow carrots and parsnips for use during winter
 Sow more bush beans

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 Plant more ‘seed’ potatoes or ‘sprouted’ pieces of
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Rokeby Community Market
Cowes Market
2nd Sat of the month,
Sundays 9am-1pm
8.30am -12.30pm
225 Settlement Rd, Cowes
(Sept-May), Main Rd, Rokeby
0422 749 964
5626 8523
Churchill Island Market
4th Sat of the month, 8am-1pm Toora Market
2nd Sun of the month
Churchill Island Visitor Centre
Jetty Rd, Toora, 5688 1237
Phillip Island, 5664 0096
Warragul Arts Market
Grantville Market
8am-2pm (ex Sun before Xmas) 3rd Sat of the month, 10am-2pm
(Oct-March), Civic Park, Albert
Grantville Recreation Reserve
Street, 5626 7045
Wonthaggi Make It, Bake It
Warragul Farmers Market
Market
3rd Sat of the Month, 8am-1pm
2nd Sun of the Month.
Civic Park,Civic Place, Warragul
Local producers, growers,
and arts and crafts. McBride Erika 0425 259 177
Avenue, Wonthaggi 9am-2pm Facebook.com/
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Wonthaggi Rotary Market
2nd Sun of the month, 8am-1pm Yarragon Community Craft &
Produce Market
Mcbride Ave, Wonthaggi,
4th Sat of the month, 9am-2pm
5672 5204
Yarragon Public Hall, Campbell
Baw Baw
St. Yarragon, 5634 2209
Drouin Craft & Produce
Combined Gippsland Gem Show
3rd Sat of the month, 8amJanuary 17th & 18th, 10am12.30pm
5pm, Yarragon Hall
Civic Park, Drouin, 5625 3360
East Gippsland
Jindivick Craft & Produce
1st Sat of the month, 9am-1pm Bairnsdale Farmers Market
1070 Jacksons Track, Jindivick 1st Sat of the month, 8am-12pm
Secondary College Oval,
5628 5227
Longwarry Fire Brigade Market Mckean St, Bairnsdale, 5156
1st Sun of the month, 8am-1pm 9342
Bairnsdale Uniting Church
(March-Dec), Bennet St,
Longwarry
Car & Boot Sale

3rd Sat of the month, 8.30-11am
Great Alpine Rd, Lucknow
Bruthen Village Market
4th Sat of the month, 9am-1pm
Bruthen Mechanics Hall, Main
Street Bruthen
Johnsonville Community Market
1st Sat of the month
Johnsonville Hall, 5156 4162
Lakes Surf Club Market
1st Sun of the month, 9am-3pm
Foreshore Rotunda, Lakes
Entrance, 0407 098 805
Lucknow Market
4th Sun of the month, 8am-2pm
Howitt Park, Lucknow
0432 602 007 after 6pm
Mallacoota Artisans &
Produce Market
1st Sat, Mudbrick Building,
Develling Drive, Mallacoota
0422 988 890
Metung Farmers Market
2nd Sat of the month, 9am1pm, Village Green, Metung
0458 431 844
Paynesville Lions Club Market
2nd Sun of the month, 8am-1pm
Gilsenan Reserve, P’ville
0400 327 526

Latrobe

Latrobe Country Market
Every Sun, 8.30am – 1.30pm
Latrobe Rd Morwell,
0407 532 957
Morwell Makers Market

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3rd Sunday of Month 9 am to 2 pm
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at Mingling Waters
Details please contact:
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*BucklesI will come to you.
Good range of biker and car buckles
Free delivery in the Valley and
*Ringssurrounding areas.
Large sizes, biker, silver plate, made in the USA
Ph: 0413 244 955
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1st Sat of the month12-16
Ellen Street, Morwell
Old Gippstown Market – Moe
3rd Sat of month, 8am-2pm
Old Gippstown Heritage Park
5127 3082
REH Cork Club Craft Market
2nd Sat of the month (Sept-May)
Kay Street Gardens, Traralgon
0487 342 675
Traralgon Farmers Market
4th Sat of the month, 8am1pm, Kay Street Gardens,
0409 232 715

(ex Sun before Xmas)
Korumburra-Wonthaggi Rd,
Kongwak, 0417 142 478
Koonwarra Farmers Market
1st Sat of the month, 8am12.30pm, Memorial Park,
Koonwarra, 0408 619 182
Koowee Community Market
1st Sun of the month, 8am1.30pm, Koo Wee Rup
Community Centre, Cochrane
Park, 0418 289 847
Loch Village Market
2nd Sun of the month, 9am1pm, (Oct-April), Railway
South Gippsland
Siding, Loch
Coal Creek Farmers Market
5659 0212
2nd Sat of the month, 8amMirboo Nth Market
12.30pm
Last Sat of the month, 8am-2pm
Coal Creek Community Park,
Baromi Park, Mirboo Nth,
Korumburra
5668 1688
Inverloch Farmers Market
3rd Sun of the month, 8am-1pm Promontory Home Produce
& Craft Market
The Glade, Inverloch, 5664
2014-15 dates: Nov 2nd,
0096
Dec 7th, Dec 28th, Jan 25th,
Inverloch Lions Community
March 8th, April 5th, 8am-2pm
Farmers Market – LAST
at Foster Show Grounds, 0439
Sunday of the Month @ The
033 960
Glade Inverloch 8am – 1pm.
Showcasing South Gippsland’s Venus Bay Twilight Market
3rd Sun in Dec & 3 Sun in Jan
finest local produce
4pm-9pm, Community Centre,
Jumbunna Bush Market
Canterbury Rd, 5663 7657
1st Sun of the month, 8.30am1pm, The Main Hall, Jumbunna Wellington
5657 3253
Bundy Hall Market
5th Sat of the month,
Kongwak Market
Sale-Maffra Road, Rob
Sundays 10am-2.30pm

0419869114
Heyfield Market
1st Sat of the month from 8am
John Greaves Memorial Park,
Temple St Heyfield, 5148 3408
Maffra Variety & Farmers
Market
1st Sun of the month, 9am-1pm
Rob 0419869114
Rosedale Community Market
2nd Sun of the month,
7.30am-1.30pm, Prince St
Park, Rosedale
5199 2709
Sale Charity Market
3rd Sun of the month, 7am-1pm
Thompson River Canal
Reserve, Sale, 5199 2709
Sale Producers Market
3rd Sat of the month, 8am-1pm
Sale Showgrounds
Over winter is indoors in the
horse pavilion. All home grown,
handmade produce, no resellers.
Stratford Variety & Farmers
Market
4th Sun of the month, 9am-1pm
Memorial Park, Princes
Highway, Stratford, Rob
0419869114
Yarram Variety Market
1st Sun of the month, 8am-1pm
Guide/Scout Hall
Cnr Church Rd & Sth Gipps Hwy
5182 6995

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