Coopers Creek For Sale

OWN THE WHOLE TOWN! Expressions of Interest are being sought for the Coopers Creek Hotel property near Rawson. Being offered are 21 Titles on 11 Acres,  including the hotel and a two bedroom house. More information on


More Australians will be eligible for COVID-19 antiviral drugs from Monday in an attempt to reduce the number of people in hospital. About 4,000 people are receiving medical care for the virus across the country, with health authorities concerned the cases will continue to rise in the weeks ahead. Known as Lagevrio and Paxlovid, the… Continue reading COVID ANTI-VIRAL MEDICATIONS AVAILABLE TO MORE.

Free COVID and FLU shots in Rawson

GET YOUR FREE COVID AND FLU JABS IN RAWSON Tuesday 26th July (clinic 10:00am – 3:00pm). No appointment needed. Both vaccinations are free to most people. Look for the blue Chitty Chitty Jab Jab bus in the shop car park. And pass the word around so nobody who wants protection misses out.

Horses and Bushfire – what do we know

Bushfire Resilience Webinars Horses and bushfire – what do we know? 7.30 AEST Wednesday 20 July Kirrilly Thompson, University of Newcastle Andrew McLean, Equitation Science International Chris Heislers, Veterinarian Your vegetation – what you need to know 7.30pm AEST 10 August Kevin Tolhurst AM, University of Melbourne Justin Leonard, CSIRO Peter Ashton, DELWP Nick Guyett,… Continue reading Horses and Bushfire – what do we know

ANZAC Day 2022

Monday 25 April 2022 Walhalla. 6:00am Dawn Service at Central Gardens War Memorial (adjacent to Walhalla’s Star Hotel). Erica 9:30am Service at Erica Memorial Hall, School Rd, Erica. Aberfeldy 11:30am Service at Aberfeldy Cemetery, Cemetery Rd, Aberfeldy. Followed by BYO Picnic Lunch.

Every Granny Has Secrets

And some of the best are in here. Get your copy from the Rawson Community Health Centre, or track down Di Pearce in Erica. Only $10 lets you peek into the secret world of how Grannys coped without the supermarket. And helps the Lions help others.

The Expo – many and few

There were many and there were few. Lots of great information was available from the 20+ support groups who were there to explain their role in our community. After a Welcome Message fron Baw Baw Shire Council Mayor Michael Leaney came presentations from local groups such as Baw Baw Shire Mobile Library, Erica and District… Continue reading The Expo – many and few

Rawson Man Dies In Accident

Rawson Man Dies In CrashA 20 year-old man from Rawson died in a fatal car crash near Tyers on Tuesday. He was the sole occupant of a vehicle that collided with a tree on Tyers-Walhalla Road, 3km north of the Gregson Road intersection. Division Five road policing advisor Senior Sergeant Jason Hullick described the circumstances… Continue reading Rawson Man Dies In Accident

Tourist Mine Re-opens Daily

Walhalla’s Long Tunnel Extended Gold Mine has reopened for tours after damage caused by the recent flood event has been repaired. The access road and parking areas were left damaged and strewn with debris by torrential rainfall. The mine posted the following on their fb site Hello everyone. Just putting this message out there for… Continue reading Tourist Mine Re-opens Daily

Short COVID Vaccination wait at Traralgon

As at Wed 19 June, bookings for jabs at the Traralgon Racecourse were available for Friday 21 June. Vaccinations are also available in Warragul at The Goods Shed near the railway station, but details could not be accessed on-line. No information has yet been provided regarding an immunisation service through the Rawson Community Health Clinic.… Continue reading Short COVID Vaccination wait at Traralgon

Lockdown Looms

The Victorian government has announced new coronavirus restrictions for Victoria to apply from 11.59pm on Thursday until 11.59pm on Thursday, June 3 in response to the latest outbreak.Acting Premier James Merlino said the rules will apply to people who have been vaccinated. Where people are on Thursday night should be the place people spend the… Continue reading Lockdown Looms