Archive for March, 2011

Lake Bolac Eel Festival

Added: Mar  18, 2011   |Posted by Admin |  Comment(s) 0

The 2011 Lake Bolac Eel Festival is to be held on the 25th and 26th of March.

Festival events begin on Friday, March 25th with an Art Exhibition preview evening between 6:00pm and 8:00pm.

On Saturday, March 26th there is to be an Environmental Forum at 11am. The theme for the festival is “Biodiversity of Indigenous Grasslands:  it’s the little things that count” from 11am to 1pm. The forum will be looking at how much grassland we used to have on the Victorian Volcanic Plain, what we have lost, why it is important, and what various people are doing to restore or protect indigenous grassland. There will also be planting out of an area of the bank near the boatshed to indigenous grassland species and organisers are hoping for plenty of volunteers to get the job done over the Festival weekend.

Live music follows from 1pm until midnight.

When: 25th and 26th of March 2011

Friday 6:00pm to 8:00pm – Art Exhibition preview
Saturday 11am to 1pm –  Environmental Forum
Saturday 1pm until midnight – Live Music

Where: Lake Bolac

Camping for the weekend is available either at the Lake Bolac Caravan Park – phone Frank and Lorraine on (03) 5350 2329 or you can camp along the foreshore ($10/site /night and the ranger will collect your fees).

For other accommodation options contact the Lake Bolac Information & Business Centre on (03) 5350 2204 or email:  LBiBC[at] (Please note that [at] will need to be replaced by @)

There is great music, an art show and lots more:

Contact Una Allender
T: (03) 5350 4244
M: 0419 891 920

For further information see Lake Bolac Eel Festival at the Visit Victoria website.

‘A Lens on the Lakes’ Exhibition

Added: Mar  8, 2011   |Posted by Admin |  Comment(s) 0

A photography exhibition featuring images of Corangamite Shire’s lakes is to be held on the Labour Day weekend 11th – 14th March 2011 at the Killara Centre, Camperdown.

The exhibition is presented by Corangamite Shire’s Lakes Bullen Merri & Gnotuk Advisory Committee and Corangamite Arts Inc.

When: 11th to 14th of March 2011

Where: Killara Centre, Camperdown

Further information is available from the Corangamite Arts or Corangamite Shire’s websites.

For telephone enquiries call Corangamite Shire: (03) 55937104

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