Archive for July, 2018

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LORNE – HERE AND THERE

I’ve spend my entire life growing up and loving Lorne and its probably fair to say that I hold within a fair bit of bias and passion toward the town I have been lucky enough to enjoy since birth. Just as the four generations of Stewarts before myself in Lorne, have also lived and breathed the beauty of our region, as one has been lucky enough … Continue Reading »

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LORNE – HERE AND THERE

What a wild week of weather here on the coast over the previous days. With wind at speeds in excess of 50 km’s per hour on Tuesday and a large ocean swell hitting the shorelines, the only big winners over the week have been the local board riders, and there are plenty of them.

Call them keen, call them crazy, but the numbers in the ocean have … Continue Reading »

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LORNE – HERE AND THERE

These winter school holidays have defied the trends of past years with great numbers enjoying Lorne and the coast. The flow of international visitors has continued, and winter holiday makers using Lorne as their base for a multitude of activities whether it be passive or adventurous, we are lucky to have it all.

Members of my family experienced the brilliant Live Wire Park and its entire diverse … Continue Reading »

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LORNE – HERE AND THERE

I’m sure there are many that are interested to continue to follow the progress of the Point Grey Precinct and following the recent announcement of the competition winning architects and project manager. The Great Ocean Road Coast Committee (GORCC) in its ongoing design consultation process is hosting a series of open homes, online surveys and listening posts both in Lorne (on two occasions) and Melbourne through … Continue Reading »