Yearly Archive: 2016

Lorne Heats Up Over Easter

March 22, 2016

Although the weather may only reach a top of 20 in Lorne, the town will be buzzing with fun things to do. We’ve taken the stress out of your Easter weekend and created the perfect itinerary for the whole family. Here are the events not-to-be-missed: Friday Easter Arts Show – Lions Club Senior Citizens Centre Fri-Sun...


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Cockatoos wreck havoc around Lorne

March 1, 2016

The Lorne Mens Shed are helping combat the growing cockatoo issue impacting Lorne and surrounding residents. As beautiful as our wildlife is, local cockatoos have been wrecking havoc in our local area, spreading household waste around the picturesque town. “Stop the cockies” – one of the many Lorne Men’s Shed initiatives – will endeavor to...


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Lorne Sculpture event set to amaze

February 16, 2016

From March 12 – April 3 the Lorne foreshore will be transformed in to an art paradise with the highly-anticipated sculpture trail, outstanding sculpturescape and live performance art scheduled across all four weekends. Sculpture Trail: The sculpture trail will include 36 unique sculptors extending from the pier along the coastal trail, down the boardwalk, along...


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Lorne attractions in Autumn

February 12, 2016

Autumn is giving Summer a run for its money in 2016 with a range of exciting events expected to draw large crowds; including Lorne’s Longest Lunch, Lorne Sculpture Biennale, Eat Local Month, and GMHBA Great Ocean Road Marathon. Lorne’s Longest Lunch is one of 24 regional Longest Lunches taking place as part of the Melbourne...


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Good news for Lorne

January 2, 2016

A special Otways Bush Fire Update Meeting was held yesterday (30/12/2015) at the Lorne Surf Life Saving Club, led by Craig Lapsley – Emergency Management Commissioner and Andrew Crisp – Deputy Commissioner, Victoria Police, assisted by Committee for Lorne, attended by leaders of Lorne retail and accommodation businesses, Lorne Hospital and Lorne community and sports groups, including Friends of Lorne. We...


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