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.
Realestate.com.au recently released a new data report detailing the top performing suburbs in Australia over the past year. As expected the majority of these suburbs are in Sydney, however parts of regional, coastal Victoria performed very well also - especially Inverloch!
We've been quietly amazed over the last few years at the sheer volume of organic produce that The Cape (Australia's most sustainable housing project) has produced. The company behind that technology, Biofilta has now released a range of home systems that harness all their know how to allow you to grow your own organic veggies, quickly and easily.
A one day / night event is being held at Inverloch's Thompson Reserve on Saturday May 5th that has been carefully curated to attract hundreds of women from all walks of life. The event aims to give attendees the opportunity to listen and share real life stories, challenges & successes. Featuring Clare Bowditch, Em Rusciano to name just a few of the speakers. Everything about the event is set to be top notch including the food & drink, with involvement from local businesses, Dirty Three wines, Tamsin's Table, The Pantry Phillip Island, Four Pillars Gin & Many others, all held in a beautiful custom built Marquee.
Inverloch 3996 caught up with Tad Hendry & Jess Cuman from Adapt Design Group this week, to check out their stunning new 8.7 star build at The Cape in Cape Paterson and to find out how they set about designing a family home that for the same cost as a traditional build, could eliminate energy costs for the owner and potentially provide an annual rebate from their electricity provider. Now who doesn't like the sound of that!
Australia's most sustainable residential project, The Cape, just down the coast from Inverloch, will be launching two super sustainable homes that have eliminated their energy bills, as part of the inaugural Cape Harvest Festival on Sunday 11th March
The Keeping Kids On Track Fun Run today in Kilcunda was exactly that, heaps of fun. The run aims to raise funds for local clubs and youth development, in memory of Leslie McKay who was a librarian, and English and Literature teacher it the Wonthaggi Secondary College; she was a highly regarded youth mentor, and an advocate and inspiration to many.
Inverloch would have to be Australia's most convenient town for a jazz festival, with three relaxed venues in the centre of town and spread out over 4 days - it's the perfect Jazz vacation. Celebrating it's 25th year in Inverloch this labour day long weekend 9 -12th March, it's shaping up to be a another great event, featuring over forty brilliant bands and acts.
It's always great to see local businesses collaborating. It's amazing what can be achieved with a little teamwork. If you were one of the lucky ones who managed to secure a ticket for the Tamsin's Table / Dirty Three Wines / Events by Kate gathering in Inverloch this January, then you will know exactly what we mean :-)