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10% OFF ALL POTS
20% LARGER PIECES (over $500)
30% OFF SELECTED PIECES
Open over the holiday period
Casseroles, mugs, baking dishes, bowls, plates, jugs,
large jars, planters & many more.
Five minutes Korumburra, 10 minutes Leongatha,
25 minutes Inverloch.
The pottery is also open weekends,
public holidays and most weekdays, 10.30am-5pm
(It is best to phone first on weekdays).
60 Kardella-Fairbank Rd, Kardella, 3951 (Via Korumburra)
Phone 5655 2405 www.gooseneckpottery.com.au
ONE CHAIN ROAD
STH. GIPPSLAND HIGHWAY
PROOF TO KERRY
Over Easter Saturday, Sunday & Monday
42 Murray St, Wonthaggi
25 a'Beckett St, Inverloch
2/1524 Bass Hwy, Grantville
Fully Accredited to the latest Royal Australian
College of General Practice (RACGP) Standards
This year's Flu vaccine is now available
The influenza vaccine is free to the following groups:
– People aged 65 and over
– Pregnant women
– Indigenous people over 15 years of age
– Residents of aged care homes
– Any person with chronic illness that requires regular medical follow-
up or hospitalisation which predisposes them to severe influenza
illness. For example: cardiac disease, respiratory disease including
severe asthma, diabetes, impaired immunity neuromuscular disease
To obtain details of the next available Fluvax clinic contact us after
9.30 am and request a Fluvax appointment.
Individuals who do not qualify for a free vaccine can obtain a
prescription from our doctor and return to have the vaccination.
Employers who wish to arrange Influenza vaccinations for their staff
should contact Gayle Bloch (Practice Manager).
Visit our website at
For appointments call
5672 1333 Wonthaggi | 5674 1207 Inverloch
5678 8029 Grantville
INVERLOCH could not have turned on a bet-
ter day than it did for the love broadcast of
Channel Nine’s Today Show last Thursday.
The outside broadcast kicked off at 5.30am
with Lisa Wilkinson and Richard Wilkins head-
ing up the onscreen presentations in front of a
huge crew from Channel Nine.
And with 200 locals and caravan park holi-
daymakers on hand, the scene was alive with
people and activities.
One of the locals to get the best coverage was
Phillip Island palaeontologist Mike Cleeland,
who works out of the Bunurong Environment
Centre in Inverloch and is acclaimed for his
university, school and holiday excursions to the
site of one of Victoria’s earliest dinosaur discov-
eries, just up the coast between Inverloch and
Mike gave a great talk on the area’s prehis-
toric history, revealing to early morning Austra-
lia that he actually has a dinosaur named after
him, for being the first to discover the ‘Koolasu-
That was a wow moment on a great morning
for South Gippsland and Bass Coast.
The early risers at the event were treated to
bacon and egg sandwiches and a cash grab in
Dickie’s Double Dip which yielded a few hundred
dollars for several locals and holiday makers.
And the lucky home viewer who won
$150,000 in the ‘Block of Cash’ prize won’t for-
get Inverloch in a hurry.
Richard Wilkins competed against Lisa
Wilkinson in a tent building challenge. But to
the dismay of the boys’ team, Wilkinson and the
The park’s manager, Carole Adams, said
tourism organisation Destination Gippsland
organised the event with Channel Nine.
“We’ve had Postcards and those general travel
shows through quite often, but nothing like this.”
It was all about highlighting the benefits of go-
ing camping at Easter. You can do it in style at a
Big 4 Caravan Park like the award-winning one
at Inverloch or you can get close to nature at the
Prom or one of many great spots around Victoria.
What a morning it was at Inverloch and what
great publicity for the town and the area.
Inverloch turns it on for the Today Show
Lucy Cousens and her daughter Nina featured on the To-
day Show on a segment about Swell Mamas, mothers taking
turns looking after each other’s children on the beach, while
other mothers surf. mm101517
Lyndal McKenzie and her daughter Kyla
enjoying the free balloons, and bacon and
egg burgers. mm111517
Hanna Lofgren and her daughter Amalia,
from Inverloch, watching the live broadcast
of the Today Show. mm121517
Richard Wilkins, broadcasting live on Facebook, said Inverloch is a beautiful town. mm131517
David Kelleher and Richard Shirrefs soak-
ing up the sunshine. mm141517
Tim Gilbert with Lisa Wilkinson holding
seven-month-old Edie Lavigne and Richard
Wilkins giving away money in Dickie’s Dou-
ble Dip. mm151517
Lisa Wilkinson holding seven-month-old
Edie Lavigne in front of a crowd of locals and
From left, Neil White, Robyn White and
Sally Cox. Neil and Robyn live in Kongwak
and have taken the 15 minute drive down to
Inverloch for their holiday. mm171517
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