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January Events

Sunday 3rd – Dune to Dune Triathlon Series – Race 2 Cape Paterson 9am www.basscoasttri.com Mobile 0437 935 420

Sunday 3rd – Jumbunna Bush Market 8:30am-1pm Public Hall, Cruickshanks Road Phone 5657 3253

Sunday 3rd – Kongwak Market 10am-3pm Main Street A treasure trove of pre-loved, retro, vintage & more… Fresh Produce, Collectables, Trash & Treasure, Art & Craft. Only 10 minutes from Inverloch.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kongwak-Market/196117203753033    Mobile 0417 142 478

Sunday 3rd – Seadays Festival Port Welshpool 9am-5pm http://seadaysfestival.com.au Mobile 0413 971 259

Sunday 3rd – Yarram Variety Market 8am-1pm Guide & Scout Hall Mobile 0419 362 083

Until Friday 22nd – Inverloch Family Carnival 6pm-10pm Recreation Reserve

Sculptures in the vineyard @ Lucinda Estate. During January stroll amongst the vines and admire the Sculpture Exhibition showcasing Gippsland premier sculptors and artists. 11:30am to 5pm Wednesday to Monday. www.lucindaestate.com.au    Mobile 0439 337 270    108 Parr Street, Leongatha

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Wildlife Coast Cruises are offering the public an opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful, natural areas in the world. An experience of a lifetime, visiting islands and coastlines that are not accessible by land and viewing the spectacular marine life areas that most people wouldn’t dream exist. It is now possible! Imagine … a fully catered, luxury cruise on board the modem catamaran cruiser, Kasey Lee, viewing rugged coastlines, untouched islands, amazing rock formations, abundant wildlife areas and so much more!!… Eight hours of Cruising with breathtaking scenery of Wilsons Prom as you have never seen it before!


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It’s the second last weekend of Summer! How about Inverloch, Kilcunda, Port Albert, Port Welshpool, Sandy Point, Toora, Venus Bay, Walkerville, Waratah Bay or Yanakie? Visit www.promcountry.com.au and search for accommodation.

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We love Port Welshpool

Port Welshpool is a popular beachside location. Fishing is also a favourite past time for many of the people who love Port Welshpool. Gummy sharks and trevally are both common, and there’s a launching ramp.
Marine displays are at the Port Welshpool Museum, which is open daily.
There are plans to restore the one kilometre plus, long jetty near the town.
Port Welshpool is about 200km or two and a half hours from the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne in the north-eastern margin of Corner Inlet.
A few kilometres north of Port Welshpool is the town of Welshpool. From here you can drive a further 9km to the Agnes Falls Reserve; the site of one of Victoria’s highest waterfalls. Here the Agnes River plunges 60m. Take a picnic or cook up a barbecue and enjoy a walk around the reserve.
Stay at Long Jetty Caravan Park or Blue Oar Cottage.
Please upload your Port Welshpool photos and write a comment about your holiday in Port Welshpool – http://www.facebook.com/groups/11955880942/

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At Mount Best, Port Welshpool, Toora & Welshpool, 4th – 8th January. The Sea Days Festival, The Show ‘n’ Shine, Tour de Garage’ & Kelpie Dogs Trials. Phone 5688 1051.

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