Love Lorne News

Festival of Performing Arts a great success

October 20, 2011

Celebrated as a rocking success by punters, locals, performers and organisers, the inaugural Festival of Performing Arts – 50’s and 60’s culture by the sea exceeded expectation with over 1000 tickets sold to 16 ticketed events across seven venues around Lorne. A great result for a first year festival and one that had the town...


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Surfing the Silver Screen

October 10, 2011

October 14 -16th, the legendary Melbourne film society Moving Clickers (MOGGS) is celebrating its 45th Lorne Film Festival Weekend. The event promises to be a movie-buff’s delight with no less than seven feature length movies from France, Italy, Germany, USA and Great Britain including cult classics such as La Femme Nikita, The Counterfeiters, Polanski’s The Ghost...


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Midnight at the Swing Bridge

April 28, 2011

Posted by a loyal Facebook follower just after Easter, this fabulous shot shows our beautiful icon at midnight. Become a We Love Lorne fan on Facebook to see all the great posts and information available from Lorne.


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Henry Love, Former Mayor and Fisherman

February 1, 2011

I could name a million reasons why I love Lorne but it really comes down to two simple things. Firstly, it is a wonderful place to bring up children. Secondly, it is a great community where everyone looks after each other. This is why I love Lorne.


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Rob Lowther, Pizza Pizza

January 30, 2011

My business partner, Brett Graham and I have had a long history in this area. We went to kinder in Birregurra, primary school in Deans Marsh and then high school in Lorne. After school we travelled around Europe and discovered there was no where quite like Lorne- the roads didn’t hug the coastline like our...


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Ian Stewart, Great Ocean Road Real Estate

January 10, 2011

As a fifth generation member of the Lorne community, I live and breathe the place. The Stewarts were one the original families to settle in Lorne, and like my forefathers I just can’t see why you’d want to leave. Having schooled in Lorne, I moved away for university but each time I returned I realised...


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Kath and Luke Leontiades, Louttit Bay Bakery

January 1, 2011

As children, both Luke and I holidayed in Lorne with our families. We always dreamed of returning to raise our family. Some 17 years later we have raised 3 children, Cleo (23), John (21) and Olivia (14) and established our business. We love the beach, fishing and the country atmosphere, but most of all we...


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