Lake Cooper interests addressed at meeting
A small COVID-19-compliant
meeting took place recently
on the shores of Lake Cooper
between people with local
WIRES and Landcare
$1.185million to 64
groups across the
WIRES and Landcare Australia have announced
64 environmental groups across
the country will benefit from a landmark
$1.185million grants partnership supporting
recovery of wildlife habitats impacted
by bushfire and drought.
New opportunities for innovation in Rushy
Following the closure of the old Shire of Campaspe Depot in Horne Street, Rushworth Community House was given “Committee of
Management” status over the whole property by DELWP, the Victorian crown lands management authority. The area includes the
Rushworth Men’s Shed and the recently established Rushworth Art Depot, together with a large open space that can be transformed
by the addition of plants and objects of interest to both locals and visitors alike.
Winter on Wheels - Bike touring in the Waranga area
During the school holidays, some members of the Ford family did a two-week bicycle tour which incorporated travel in
the Rushworth area.
Wartime crash near Waranga Basin
The photograph (above) was taken by
Ken McInnis, who operated a radio shop next
door to Norm Mill’s garage, Tatura, where the
photograph was taken.
Perry’s Butchery - not just a butcher
Graham Warren, the owner of Perry’s Butchery at Rushworth, places emphasis on quality goods from local and regional suppliers.
Already of legendary fame for high quality meat, Perry’s now offers locally grown fresh fruit and vegetables to complement the range.