Gippsland Guide

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Jun
25
Thu
Neerim South Singing Group @ Algie Hall
Jun 25 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Join locals who just want to sing – every week! A casual atmosphere at the Algie Hall Neerim South, with Barry on guitar and a list of songs. Words are supplied, and fun is guaranteed. Supper is provided. A night of singing is only $2 per person. Social distancing will be observed given the current climate.

Jun
27
Sat
Cowes Market on Chapel ***Cancelled Until Further Notice***
Jun 27 @ 8:00 am

Market on Chapel has a great range of local produce, craft, plants, trash & treasure shed, hot food & drinks.
•Stalls: 30+
•produce
•clothing
•crafts
•plants
•trash and treasure shed
•hot food and drinks

Yarragon Craft & Produce Market @ Yarragon Hall
Jun 27 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

Fresh fruit & veg including local Thorpdale Potatoes & local honey.

Plants, Craft, Needlework, Jewellery, Woodwork, home baked goods, nuts

& sweet treats, craft for the kids and so much more.

Wander through the huge 3 sections of hall and take home some goodies!

8am – 1pm in the Yarragon Hall (Campbell St) Indoors so good no matter

what the weather!

Leongatha Community Market @ Community College Gippsland
Jun 27 @ 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Leongatha Community market runs from 8.30am till 12.30pm in the grounds of Community College Gippsland  (located between Horn St and Howard St, Leongatha)

The market boasts a range of stalls including fresh fruit and vegetables, plants and flowers,  freshly baked breads and pastries, homemade jams and pickles, honey from Blue Tree Honey Farm, organic meats, free range eggs, freshly caught fish (when available ), local cheese, wine and olive oil . Also be prepared to stimulate your taste buds with our range of delicious hot foods, from paella to gourmet sausages, incredible Calamari,  and for those with a sweet tooth a great range of cakes and slices. We even have treats for your furry friends.

Don’t forget the Makers Market with lots of fantastic local crafts. Not to be missed for starting your Christmas shopping.

Live music adds to the atmosphere of the market and for children we also  have face painting available.

The market is held every fourth Saturday of the month. We hope you enjoy our next market.
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David Brerton for details 0427 110 769

Jun
28
Sun
Kongwak Market @ Kongwak General Store
Jun 28 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Kongwak Market is held every Sunday* rain, hail or shine.

An indoor and undercover stalls selling a selection of vintage/retro and second hand home wares, clothing, albums, art, jewellery, local produce, plants, books, live music, great food and coffee plus a fun atmosphere.

It is set in a huge shed and there are outdoor stalls and hand made items, all undercover so the market is on in all weather.

– seasonal fruits and vegetables
– plants
– collectibles
– vintage and retro clothing
– pre-loved goods
– books
– wood crafted dog kennels, burd feeders and more…
– relax with a massage
– have a coffee with friends
– grab a sausage from the BBQ for a snack
– or feast on fantastic Indian Food for lunch

Yummy food including curry and sausage sizzle.

Musicians play all day and a gold coin donation will get you entry.

Miniature Train Rides @ Newman Park Traralgon *** Cancelled Until Further Notice*** @ Newman Park traralgon
Jun 28 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

All Aboard!

Run by the Gippsland Model Engineering Society the miniature steam train operates on the fourth Sunday of the month (weather permitting).Located in Newman Park, Traralgon, adults and children can ride for a gold coin donation.

Health Regulations state that no bare feet, thongs or open-toed footwear are permitted on the train.

 

Jun
30
Tue
Smart Recovery @ Moe Latrobe Community Health Service
Jun 30 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

SMART RECOVERY is a self-management and recovery training program.
It is run weekly – every Tuesday at Moe Latrobe community Health Service from 10.30 am to 12.00pm.
It is a free group program assisting people experiencing any problematic behaviour such as drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, gambling, food, shopping, and internet addiction.
It is guided by trained professionals and peers, in which participants come to help themselves and each other through non-judgemental discussion and problem solving.
SMART RECOVERY is based on a 4 point program – enhancing and maintaining motivation, coping with urges, problem solving and lifestyle balance.

Jul
2
Thu
Neerim South Singing Group @ Algie Hall
Jul 2 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Join locals who just want to sing – every week! A casual atmosphere at the Algie Hall Neerim South, with Barry on guitar and a list of songs. Words are supplied, and fun is guaranteed. Supper is provided. A night of singing is only $2 per person. Social distancing will be observed given the current climate.

Jul
4
Sat
Street Art in Yarram @ Main Street
Jul 4 – Jul 5 all-day

Take a day trip to Yarram to see street art. There are 10 street art murals in Yarram that you are able to find. walk or drive around as some of the murals are located at the rear of buildings.

 

https://travelsingippsland.com/heesco-street-art-in-yarram-victoria/

Koonwarra Farmers Market @ Koonwarra Memorial Park Hall
Jul 4 @ 8:00 am – 12:30 pm

you’ll find a variety of around 40 stalls with an assortment of produce from local farmers, growers and specialty food producers.

Products that are not available in the supermarkets are always a feature.

please note that Covid-19 guidelines are in place.

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