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Cnr. Smith St & Michael Place,
LEONGATHA 5662 2747
Friday, February 2
Friday, March 2
First Friday of month
Acts begin at 7pm
Large collection of
memorabilia to view
On now until Jan. 29, 2018
Open daily: 11am-5pm
(inc. all public holidays)
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HOW would you like to go on a holiday worth
$3000 and only pay $5?
The Bass Coast Health Ladies Auxiliary is
giving you that chance, with their ‘Mega Pam-
Tickets are $5 each and can be bought at the
Bass Coast Summer Agriculture Show this year.
The first prize is a $3000 travel voucher
from All World Travel Service.
The second prize is a $1000 indulgence
package, including a two -night stay at Cerio
Park bed and breakfast, and fragrances from
San Remo Pharmacy. There are also vouchers
from Mario’s at San Remo, Silverwater Re-
sort, Phillip Island Chocolate Factory, Phillip
Island Vineyard and Winery, Super Nails Care
and Spa, Island Shoes, Rusty Water Brewery,
Cotton Onto Craft, Lattitude Trading and San
And the third prize is a $500 leisure pack-
age, including an overnight stay at Eugenie’s
Accommodation Inverloch, an Amala ladies
gold watch, Priceline hamper and handyman
tool kit. There are also vouchers from Inver-
loch Nursery and Bunnings.
There will be more chances to purchase tick-
ets if you can’t make it to the show!
It will be drawn at 12.30pm on Thursday,
April 5 at Bass Coast Health in Wonthaggi.
Winners will be notified by phone.
Holiday of a lifetime for $5
THE award-winning Wonthaggi Theatrical
Group has launched its first production of the
New Year with ‘the Cocky of Bungaree’ having
its opening at the State Coal Mine last Thurs-
The show tells the tale of a humble sheep
farmer who enlists the help of some old friends
to help save his farm from the powers that be.
Imagine yourself in a small country town just
near Ballarat, sometime in the late 1800s and
following the fastest shearing sheila this side
of the rabbit-proof fence as she takes on the
greedy land owner.
In a dinky-di Australian story, you will be left
laughing and singing as the mixture of young
and experienced cast members deliver an exu-
berant and enjoyable performance suitable for
the whole family.
Directed by Sue Lindsay with musical di-
rector Jacqui Paulson, the Wonthaggi Theatre
Group have knocked it out of the park with this
little number. Don’t miss it!
Hosting two daily shows at 11am and 2pm it
continues on January 11 and 12. The Cocky of
Bungaree is an absolute bewdy mate.
It’s playing at the State Coal Mine located at
the end of Garden St Wonthaggi.
After a huge year last year, when WTG staged
not one but two major musicals, it’s still bound
to be a big year for the company with prepara-
tions already in full swing for the start of re-
hearsals for The Boy From Oz.
BASSINE Speciality Cheeses will be making
an appearance at the Bass Coast Summer Ag-
riculture Show, giving visitors the chance to
try out some delicious food.
They’re part of the new ‘Local Produce
Marquee’, aimed at supporting small busi-
Bassine Speciality Cheeses is run by farm-
ers Glen Bisognin and Kaye Courtney, after
the two decided in 2014 to open a café on
their dairy farm.
It quickly flourished into a milk and cheese
small business which also sells a variety of
products from locals.
They’re looking forward to showcasing
their range of cheeses at the Bass Coast Sum-
mer Agriculture Show and possibly enticing
people to check out their Glen Forbes farm,
where visitors can watch the cheese resting in
professional and clean environments, while
in a paddock nearby cattle are grazing.
Bassine Specialty Cheeses employs 15 lo -
cals to help run day-to-day operations, in-
cluding milking, labelling the milk cartons
and delivering to local stores.
Everything is done by hand and plenty of
hard work goes into every milk bottle, cheese
platter and yoghurt.
The factory processes 4000 litres of milk
and distributes their milk and cheese prod-
ucts across Gippsland, including to local
IGAs and general stores.
It’s time to dust off those gumboots and
take a visit to Bassine Specialty Cheeses on
the Bass Highway.
Check out Bassine Specialty Cheeses at
2125 Bass Highway, Glen Forbes and follow
on Facebook at ‘Bassine Specialty Cheeses’
and Instagram at Bassine_specialty_cheeses
and Snapchat Bcheese95.
At their Bass Coast farm is Glen Bisognin and partner Kaye Courtney, the two faces
behind Bassine Speciality Cheeses, a fantastic milk and cheese small business.
Say cheese at the show
Megan Kenny stars as Flash Jacqueline, the fastest shearing sheila this side of the rabbit-
proof fence. Z100218
Diamond Lil helps her old friends in their
bid to save the farm of old Cocky Bourke
from the evil Sir Sydney Harbour. Z110218
The Cocky of Bungaree is a ‘bewdy’ mate
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