Family Favourite ~ Phillip Island Penguin Parade

Victoria’s iconic Penguin Parade has been a family favourite for generations. Read More..

Emily Beecroft – Fast Lane to Rio

Teenage multi-class swimmer Emily Beecroft has been defying the odds and battling against the tide all her life. Read More..

INSPIRATIONS: Wedding Special

"Friends and family of the Bride and Groom, welcome and thank you for being here on this important day." Read More..

CFA ~ Bunyip Fire Brigade

DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES? Read More..

Dinner Plain Celebrates 30 years of stunning Alpine Architecture

This architectural marvel of alpine Australia is turning 30 years old. Read More..

Jayco Herald-Sun Tour 2016

View a short clip just before the finish line at the Traralgon to Inverloch Stage 3 race leg. Read More..
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Gippsland the Lifestyle

Welcome to Gippsland the Lifestyle – Our Pride, Our Place

In the Winter 2016 issue:

  • Living in a small town has its advantages and one is having a pub, but to have your pub burn down and be replaced by an empty block is not one to savour. If not for the determination of the locals and a former resident who returned to the town she loved, the Buchan Pub would only be a memory.  Follow the story on the power and determination that shone through.
  • From a tree comes an acoustic guitar. Gippsland Grooves covers EJ Van Geest’s crafted process of manufacturing a guitar ~ Van Geest Guitars story.
  • MACADAMIA NUTS grown locally in DROUIN – who would have thought? There is a small block of land in Drouin where 125 Macadamia trees were planted in 1993. Quietly growing for 23 years, quietly producing nuts for the last 11 years, and quietly being the southernmost macadamia plantation in the world!   Read Michael and Anne Carmody’s story in our current edition which you can pick up at any of our stockists.