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April 17, 2022

Restoration Coffee — a coffee van with a charitable, community-centred vision

FOR a long time Bellarine local Sharon De Been dreamed of finding a way to connect community, coffee and charity. Now, that dream is a...

April 17, 2022

Local artists host successful floods fundraiser

MORE than 50 local artists, musicians and businesses gathered at Bell Beach Brewing last Friday (April 8) to host an exhibition with a cause,...

April 13, 2022

Torquay Central Combined Probus Club is a place for lifelong service

THE Torquay Central Combined Probus Club has entered its second decade with a celebration of new and lifelong leadership alike. Last month at their Annual...

April 10, 2022

60 years shared south of the Barwon

SIXTY years ago on April 7, 1962, Judy and Ian Goddard were married at the Belmont Methodist Church. The two met at the Belmont Tennis...

April 5, 2022

Fitness, festivities and fundraising

OVER a thousand community members will set out on a 40km trek along the Surf Coast this weekend to fundraise, keep fit, and celebrate...

March 30, 2022

3 year old Billy finds a 22 to 26 million-year-old shark tooth

THREE-year-old Billy Dullard was hunting for fossils with his dad along the Jan Juc cliffs recently when he discovered a shark tooth between 22...

March 30, 2022

Australia’s first-ever Acoustic Music Festival will be held in Ocean Grove.

OCEAN Grove is about to become home to Australia’s first acoustic music festival. On Saturday, April 9, Australia’s first-ever Acoustic Music Festival will come to...

March 28, 2022

Teeny, tiny and convenient gifts for Jan Juc locals

LOOKING for a little unique gift in a hurry? Jan Juc locals are in luck as a local mum and teacher has set up...

March 28, 2022

Revamped Anglesea playground ready to sail

COOGOORAH Park playground in Anglesea has been rebuilt and is ready for children to return. The old playground has been completely revamped, with a large...

March 27, 2022

Easterly winds bring bluebottles to the beaches

A STRING of easterly winds has brought bluebottle jellyfish, also known as the Pacific man o'war, to Surf Coast and Bellarine beaches during March. The...

March 25, 2022

Mini Fest comes to Deans Marsh

THIS weekend, Sunday 27 March festivities will fill Deans Marsh with live music, food stalls, pony rides, art stalls and more. The Dean Marsh Mini...

March 13, 2022

Volunteers are saving the environment one fixable item at a time

VOLUNTEERS from Repair Cafe Surf Coast are giving back to the community and environment one fix at a time. On the first Sunday of each...

March 5, 2022

Chix Surf 13th is getting girls in the water

THIRTEENTH Beach Boardriders is fostering a community of women passionate about surfing through their ever-growing female arm, CHIX SURF 13th. CHIX SURF 13th is a...

March 5, 2022

Westfield shines a spotlight on our Local Heroes

THE fifth annual Westfield Local Heroes program is once again shining a spotlight on those making a difference in their local community. Community members across...

March 5, 2022

Dogs are back on the beaches

AS AUTUMN begins and the summer crowds clear out, off-leash areas have expanded and dogs are back on more beaches during the day. Dog time-share...

February 26, 2022

Aireys Inlet Music Open Mic Festival ‘mystery guest’ announced

THE Aireys Inlet Music Open Mic Festival line up has been announced, with special guest Josh Teskey, from The Teskey Brothers making an appearance...

February 24, 2022

Wild Women on Water celebrate International Women’s Week

FOR the 12th year running, Surfcoast Longboarders is hosting an all women's event and fundraiser in honour of International Women's Week. On Saturday, March 5,...

February 19, 2022

Lorne Sculpture Biennale, a historic event

ARTISTS are putting the final touches on sculptures, ready to transform Lorne’s foreshore into a picturesque sculptural outdoor art event. The Lorne Sculpture Biennale (LSB),...

February 18, 2022

Rare yellow-bellied sea snake visits Cozy Corner

RESCUERS ferried a rare yellow-bellied sea snake from Torquay’s Cosy Corner beach to Melbourne Zoo after the tropical snake cut in on a friendly...

February 10, 2022

New Sports Medicine Centre treats everyone like an athlete

A NEW rehabilitation and fitness centre in North Geelong has merged medical treatment and state-of-the-art sport facilities in one location. Geelong Sports Medicine Centre (GSMC)...

February 5, 2022

Sustainability, surf and old bikes tyres, and what ties them all together

At first glance it may seem a love of sustainability, bike riding and having your hair tie fall out in the surf have nothing...

January 29, 2022

Austin’s Wines opens New Cellar Door

AFTER years of dreaming, planning and building, local family-owned Austin’s Wines new Cellar Door provides a wine experience not to be missed. Scott and Belinda...

January 28, 2022

Woorrangalook Victoria Koori Surfing Titles back for the 25th year running

THE Woorrangalook Victoria Koori Surfing will kick off at Urquhart's Bluff next month, bringing Indigenous Victorians young and old together to connect over surfing,...

January 25, 2022

Riverbank markets help the community

EACH summer, several community groups collaborate to co-ordinate the Riverbank Anglesea Markets, held (as the name suggests) on the bank of the town's river...