Archive for August, 2018

Our Backyard

LORNE – HERE AND THERE

Get set for a huge weekend in Lorne coming up as Festival of Performing Arts Gala event gets underway tonight highlighting shows across the festival in one extravaganza of music, cabaret and comedy providing a unique tasting plate of the weekend entertainment that lies ahead. There is a ticket office set up at Lorne central for all those “late comers” that don’t want to miss out.

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Our Backyard

LORNE – HERE AND THERE

Without doubt the buzz around Lorne at the moment is focused on two very exciting events, both of which are so diversely different to each other. The Lorne Festival of Performing Arts weekend is fast approaching and with the Friday gala event now sold out its promising to be a huge weekend for the town and a milestone weekend as Lorne “comes out of hibernation” following … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard

LORNE – HERE AND THERE

As we continue to dissect our sales figures for Lorne over the financial year ended June 30 just gone, the most interesting indicator to me was the “narrowing” in the gap between Lorne’s average and median house price. The average is self-explanatory to all and for those unsure, the median is the “middle ground”. For example, if there were 100 sales, sale number 50 would be … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard

LORNE – HERE AND THERE

Hard to believe that we are almost half way through the last month of winter and knocking on the door to spring. But then again, the 35 ml of rain over the past week is a good reminder that its not over year. It’s the time of the year that the local winter sport begins to approach their last home games for the season. If you’re … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard

LORNE – HERE AND THERE

August! Never a month of much at all really, school holidays are well behind us, no upcoming long weekends but we can still extract one large positive – it is the last month of winter and spring is all but knocking on the door!

It’s a time of the year when our team schedule leave and embark on new and refreshed learning experiences. Yesterday we had a … Continue Reading »