Mimpi.Co is one of those eclectic stores you stumble upon by accident, leave with lots of things you never knew you needed or wanted, but somehow know will make your life better. We think it's because of the love and attention that has gone into the selection of every single item on display. Stylish, beautiful, fresh and whimsical are words we would use to describe Mimpi.Co. They could also be used to describe owner Monique Sproson, whom we had the pleasure of spending a morning with earlier this week, discussing all things Mimpi & Inverloch.
How does your Inverloch holiday home stack up financially? Is it a cash positive investment or a vacant weekender? If your Inverloch property is listed on Air BnB, Stayz or one of the local agent portals, are you happy with the number of bookings you are currently receiving? What would more frequent and consistent bookings mean to your bottom line?
Inverloch 3996 caught up with Emma Davey earlier this week - owner of Nest Giftware & Gallery tucked away neatly behind Dirty Three Wines in Cashin Street. If you haven't visited Nest yet, you are in for a special treat. Nest is a veritable smorgasbord of all things delightful, an Aladdin's cave of unusual and unique pieces curated by Emma Davey & her faithful assistant Coco Chanel.
Do your Inverloch trees need a little love? Perhaps they even need a new home? Established in 2015 by Qualified Arborist Evan Enbom, South Gippsland Tree Care is fast becoming one of the most highly respected tree businesses in the local area.
If you live in Inverloch you'll know how hard it is to walk past Mookah's store front without popping in. Harder still is popping in and resisting the temptation to buy most of their stock. When we were shooting this piece we left with an uber-cool wall hung vase and a pair of Elk linen trousers - such is the tempation, you have been warned!
Mark Sunday 16th of September on your calendar now - It's Sustainable House Day! Organised each year by the Alternative Technology Association, the event provides an opportunity for tens of thousands of people to visit some of Australia's leading sustainable homes, that are not only cheaper to run, but more comfortable to live in. This year we have FIVE, yes FIVE of those homes to get up close and personal with & explore!
Would you like to learn Traditional Japanese Massage? Marjorie Scott has over 30 years experience and is offering a two-day course right here in Inverloch. The course will provide an intensive step-by-step program in the SHIATSU practice with emphasis on technique rather than theory. Reserve you place now.
With spring just around the corner could it be time to invest in your very very own coastal escape? With temperatures set to soar in Melbourne over the summer months, now could be the perfect time to start your search. These 6 homes all offer a spectacular coastal lifestyle only two hours from Melbourne. In between your family holidays, they could also bring in a tidy sum from short or long-term term rentals.
Jake Amy, Anthony Foon, Hannah McKittrick & Josh Hook - Just Some Of The Awesome Local Talent Performing At The BCCF Gala Evening
Talented local performers Jake Amy, Anthony Foon, Hannah McKittrick and Josh Hook are just some of the local performers appearing at the Bass Coast Community Foundation's Gala Evening at 7pm on Friday 31st August 2018 at the Wonthaggi Union Community Arts Centre.
Local dairy farmer and businessman Michael Malone will soon be putting Inverloch firmly on the map in the Australian aviation scene, by leading team Bunurong in the 2018 Outback Air Race to raise much needed funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Team Bunurong Inverloch is named after the stunning Bunurong Coastal Reserve, it's also the name of the local ward in the Bass Coast shire.