It’s been a few years now since they made the entry fee to Coal Creek FREE so I’ve been back on a family outing, as a group of photographers and just by myself to see this interesting place on the South Gippsland Highway on the eastern side of Korrumburra.
This is a picture taken from inside one of the old sheds on the several hectare property that holds a large array of heritage listed buildings, old machinery, relics and really interesting pieces of our Australian country history.
WELL WORTH A VISIT over the school holidays to ride the train, have a picnic on the lawn, watch the ducks swim on the dam, feed the friendly geese or have a coffee and cake in the cafe. They also sell a lovely range of souvenirs both at the front information centre and inside one of the old shops as you venture futher in.
See more pictures of Coal Creek Heritage Village here.
So happy I managed to catch the fireworks this time. HAPPY NEW YEAR. It’s gonna be the best one ever! xox ~ ER
Perhaps you’ll want to go fishing or sailing or cruising or boating in a larger craft than this little dinghy, but getting out on the water is so much fun, any how and at any time of the year in South Gippsland.
This craft took off from Port Franklin and traveled through the calm, scenic and protected waters of Corner Inlet, taking in magnificent views of Yanakie and Wilsons Promontory National Park.
Most Outstanding Female Actor in the 2010 One Act Play Festival was Genya Mik, who played Daphne in “Waiting for Doggett” ~ Pop Culture Theatre.
See the entire range of photographs at http://lifegames.com.au/one-act-play-festival-2010/
I’ve been asked to do quite a bit of graphic design lately using photographs.
A picture can say so much more than words – and I think this one for the Foster Photography Club works quite well…my daughter was in one of her “let’s take pictures” moods the day this was shot.