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LAUNCHING Place dirt-bike rider, Haylee Malan, will have a great fan-base behind her as she tackles one of the most gruelling rides in Australia in Ju...

CHUM Creek students had the chance to unwind with a story on Wednesday, 25 May, when McKenzie’s Tourist Services’ Kevin Brickley read to them as p...

A YARRA Valley venue has been inducted into the Australian Bridal Industry Academy Hall of Fame following years of back-to-back awards. On Tuesday, 17...

CASEY MP Tony Smith paid a visit to the Mount Evelyn football ground with Minister for Regional Communications Fiona Nash to announce funding for four...

KNOX City Council tabled its proposed budget for the 2016-’17 financial year at a special council meeting on Tuesday 3 May. The proposed budget ...

AFTER sell-out shows throughout the Yarra Ranges, it’s now Upwey’s turn to enjoy all that is incredible about singer-songwriter, Bob Dylan. The tw...

Tourist News

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LET’S face it – one of the best things about summer is not just the beautiful places to visit and enjoy the sunshine, but what you get to eat ...

Jenny Do Ngoc (A student from Vietnam) at Grant's Picnic Ground. 138398
WHILE travelling through the breathtaking Dandenong Ranges, visitors can’t go past Kallista and Sherbrooke for afternoon tea and a gentle stroll thr...

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Who doesn’t love a bargain? Who doesn’t love taking in glorious summer weather? If you are looking for a way to combine the two, then the markets ...

Wedding Bells

Amy and her husband Chris celebrated at Gum Gully Farm. Pictures: WILDBERRY STUDIO
WHEN Amy Sheridan and her husband Chris saw the old wooden chapel at Gum Gully Farm, they knew they found the perfect place to tie the knot. “It was...

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WHEN IT comes to choosing flowers for a wedding, it’s best to plan pieces around the season and your theme, according to Healesville florist, Leah L...