Jubilee Lake Park is proving very popular with campers. If you are brave and camping in a tent during the winter months it is best to be well prepared. If using an airbed as a mattress, they absorb the cold from the ground below. Top the airbed with a good compressed foam mat or plenty of corrugated cardboard as this is very insulating. A sleeping bag suitable for -5C is also a great idea. It can snow in the park during winter.
During the quieter months, maintenance will be carried out in various areas of the park as it is less disruptive for our guests. The old camp kitchen will be getting an upgrade as will the old amenities block.
The council will be landscaping around the park planting new native plants and fixing up some of the drains.
While in the park, stroll down to the kiosk/cafe for a well deserved coffee or tea and a bite to eat. Breakfasts can be obtained as well as light lunches and evening meals. See kiosk and park managers for details.
It may seem months away yet, but our Christmas Party will be held in the park on Sunday December 3rd.
Christmas is closer than you think.
In and Around Daylesford
1st July at 7.30 pm & 2nd July at 10am. “Hollow” – A drama. Tripwire Theatre Inc presents for the 150th Anniversary of the Three Lost Children. Hollow – a drama Written and Directed by Megan Riedl
Tickets are available from the Daylesford visitors Centre.
U3A French National Day Party
Friday 14th July 7 pm for a 7.30 pm start. Daylesford Town Hall. Traditional French music and songs with soloist Millie Goulthorpe and the Daylesford Community Brass Band. BYO Food and Drinks.
$10 per person. Tickets from the Book Barn or Paradise Books.
St Kilda Film Festival Roadshow, Saturday 8th and Saturday 15th July. Daylesford Community Cinema.
www.stkildafilmfestival.com.au for more details.
Art Exhibition – The Warehouse Clunes. On until 28th July – free viewing Wed-Mon.
Tom Conyers: Dream Vs Reality
Live music at the following venues each weekend
Blue Bean Love Cafe – Hepburn Springs
Spa Bar Daylesford (Formally Horvats Supper Club)
The Old Hepburn Pub – Hepburn Springs
Belvedere Social – Daylesford
Three Lost Children Commemorative Exhibition
Daylesford Museum – Sat & Sun’s in July from 1.30pm – 4.30 pm.
For information on markets on and in the Hepburn Shire: http://visittrentham.com.au/festivals-events/markets
Info on school holiday activities and NAIDOC Week
For those of you who are interested in crafts like knitting, sewing and crochet
The Haberdashery, 6 Howe Street, Daylesford. www.thehaberdashery.com.au
Upon entering this breathtaking store it is like stepping back in time to the 1800’s. Wooden shelving, wooden counters, an absolute delight with yarns, threads, patterns, notions, fabrics and many other goodies. A must see store. email@example.com
The Tylden Junction Pub in Tylden. This establishment now contains a wool store “Pick up Stitches” with oodles of patterns, needles, yarns of all types, crochet hooks and knitted and crochet goods. There is also a cafe, couch, tables and chairs. Feel free to drop in with your Knitting or Crochet or even just a book, sit down anywhere, order a coffee and chat with other like minded people. Lunch is also available for purchase. Make a day of it. Husband are also catered for. In the bar area there are armchairs and a heater where they can make themselves comfortable with the daily paper if they so wish. www.tyldenjunction.com.au