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Summer 2016

A visitors guide to the Central Highlands

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Welcome to The Little Local WELL, we made it. Finally some warmer weather for Summer. Time for sunny days, holidays, swimming pools, barbeques, Christmas festivities and a fantastic New Year. This Summer edition of The Little Local will give visitors an insight into our amazing region. There are plenty of great stories to read - and if you want to read more just head to - about locals, festivals, events and things to do and places to be. Then there’s also our market guide, dining deals, secrets you might like to discover and, of course, our fantastic advertisers who, every season, bring you specials and ideas on how to spend your time in the Central Highlands. In this edition you will read about artists, producers, musicians, authors, hospitality workers and just interesting people! And that’s just for starters. Oh, we also have some very cute photos from the Blessing of the Animals at Christ Church in Daylesford along with more photos from our Remembrance Day events. We really hope you enjoy this edition of The Little Local and if you ever lose your copy, don’t worry, it’s also online at The Little Local is produced by The Local Publishing Group Pty Ltd. Editor: Donna Kelly | Photographer: Kyle Barnes Front page: Summer means it’s time to take a dip and Freddie was making the most of Daylesford Pool. Image: Kyle Barnes. Sub-editors: Nick Bunning & Lindsay Smith 5348 7883 | 0416 104 283 | | @lovingthelocal

The Local is a fortnightly news magazine for the Central Highlands. It is all about people, places, festivals and entertainment and is the most read publication in the region. The Local is generally 48 to 56 pages (B4) and it is distributed throughout the Central Highlands including Daylesford, Hepburn, Trentham, Kyneton, Malmsbury, Lyonville, Glenlyon, Tylden, Newlyn, Blackwood... – and everywhere in-between. The Local is also online in a fully readable format at – where our current 13,000 readers can also find all the back issues to catch up on any news. If you want to get your business seen in the Central Highlands then The Local is the place to do it. Advertising prices have been kept affordable so even small businesses can advertise big. Call 5348 7883 |

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Free places! Lake Daylesford Wombat Hill Botanic Garden Trentham Rail Trail Trentham Falls Myriad mineral springs Markets Hepburn Blowhole Bush walks Sailors Falls waterfall/lookout Mt Franklin Reserve Thomas’ Lookout/Cornish Hill Daylesford Community Reserve Jubilee Lake Mill Market Art galleries

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Pretty cheap places! Daylesford Cinema Train rides at Daylesford Lavandula Daylesford Museum Tangled Maze, Creswick Creswick Woollen Mills Cricket Willow The Convent Gallery Kyneton Aquatic Centre Creswick Museum Daylesford Pool

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Our musos / 7

THE Old Married Couple is Katie and Riley Beech, a couple of twenty-somethings with a sense of humour and a lot of love to give. They play what they call swing-folk - a mixture of swing and folk music – drawing inspiration from Cole Porter, The Andrews Sisters and Paul Simon. Riley has quite an eclectic background in music, he played bass in a punk band for many years called Dinkibike, he’s played bass for country bands, had his own suburban-folk solo music and is now working in The Old Married Couple. Katie used to do a lot of musical theatre as a teenager however she says she never in a million years thought she’d be making a career out of singing. The couple met in high school and started dating, both attended a performing arts high school in Sydney and had a lot of classes together. Riley wrote his first duo song Stuck with Me and it all snowballed from there. “We aren’t old yet, but we are married, we’ve been married for two years, together for 12. We’re thinking when we do get old of changing our name to The Newlyweds just to keep the joke alive.”

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People / 9

WHEN you drive into Daylesford from the east it is hard to ignore the herds of black cattle grazing contentedly on bright green grass right up to the town limits. They are part of High Spa Angus Stud owned and run by the Mobbs family, that’s Brian Mobbs pictured above, since the 1960s. Around this country, the lush rich volcanic soil is highly sought after for all types of agricultural production. But when we think of local rural industries, we tend to think of small holdings, boutique farms of maybe 10, 25 or 40 hectares. High Spa Stud is the exception to this. The highly complex operation is well known across Australia as a respected breeder of quality Angus cattle and seed stock with total land holdings covering 607 hectares and properties at Mount Franklin, Coomoora and two at Daylesford.

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What’s on / 11

What’s on... THERE are always plenty of things happening around the Central are a few to get you started. Daylesford Highland Gathering is held at the Daylesford

Showgrounds on Saturday, December 3. Immerse yourself in the culture of Scotland with Highland Dancing, Pipe Bands, Scottish food and stalls. A real gathering of the clans.

The New Year’s Eve Parade in Daylesford is always an exciting

affair - with plenty of activites in the main street for young and older beforehand. The parade kicks off at 8pm and you will see wild and wacky along with fun and funky floats and entries. There are also some seriously good bands on offer.

The New Year’s Day Sports Day at Glenlyon Reserve has been running for more than 150 years and is full of old fashioned fun and activities. Think spinning wheels, children’s footraces, the legendary Glenlyon Cup, bullboar eating and mineral water drinking championships...bring a picnic or just enjoy what’s on offer. It’s a great day out and raises money for a load of organisations and charities around the region.

Run for the Willow is a fun fundraiser for Camp Quality held

at Cricket Willow at Shepherds Flat on Saturday, January 7 from 11.30am to 5pm. Run for the Willow is a fantastic day out, attracting athletics entrants from across Australia for a range of Victorian Athletic League professional races; from a 70m sprint to the 1600m run and, of course, the $2000 100m Daylesford Gift. The beautiful surrounds of the oval and impressive facilities make this event one-of-a-kind. Details: 5476 4277 or

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US TWO: If absence does make the heart grow fonder, Simon Bevanda and Vanessa Kalamistrakis are set for many years of happiness. For most of their married lives the couple have spent much of each week living apart, she in Melbourne, where she works in training and development, and he as the man behind the bar in Daylesford’s Farmers Arms Hotel and now the Surly Goat in Hepburn Springs. The couple moved to Daylesford in 2005 after meeting through a work colleague of Vanessa’s in 2000. “I didn’t like him at first – we were at a barbeque and he was telling terrible jokes. The second time I saw him, the jokes had disappeared and by the third time I met him I thought he was pretty OK. We got married in 2002.”

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People / 15

MAX Irvine spent his working life first as a draughtsman and then as a project manager with Ford and then smaller engineering companies. One of the things he most enjoyed about his early years as a draughtsman was putting pencil to paper and creating from a blank page a technical drawing that at times looked like a work of art. “About 25 years ago a new friend was into sculpture and I mentioned to my wife that I wouldn’t mind trying my hand at it. Pam took me at my word and arranged a few lessons and away I went. I found that I enjoyed it and with a lot of time and effort I could produce something worthwhile. All of my sculptures are cast bronze pieces. I normally begin my work sculpting in wax. I prefer it over clay because it doesn’t dry out. I can leave it for months and when I come back to it there is no change from when I left off.”

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Located on the banks of our iconic Lake Daylesford and with exquisite water views from any vantage point, Boathouse Daylesford offers a family-friendly destination, serving breakfast, lunch and all day refreshments, 7 days a week. With our warm and cosy indoor area for winter catch-ups and our outdoor deck and seating area to take in the surrounds during the warmer months, Boathouse Daylesford provides year-round comfort and a relaxed style of service, making it the perfect place for a glass of wine or a meal with family and friends. Open 7 days a week Monday - Friday from 9am onwards Saturday + Sunday from 8:30am onwards Serving our breakfast and lunch menu until 3pm

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People / 17

ASHLEY Nicholls grew up in Frankston and spent most of his school years at The Peninsula School in Mt Eliza. That’s where he met Adrian Marklew but after school the pair lost touch... Until a chance meeting 20 years later at the Daylesford Cinema Volunteers’ Christmas Party. They now have a radio show together on Hepburn Community Radio. After school Ashley went straight into the family business which was located at HMAS Cerberus near Hastings. Since moving to Daylesford he also does one night working at The Farmers Arms along with his full-time job in the city. “Adrian was invited to the Daylesford Cinema Volunteers’ Christmas Party. This is when we met up again. So this would have been around 20 years since we last saw each other. Now we do cinema and radio work together, along with just hanging around town.”

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People / 19

WHEN Natasha Shoo encourages people to meet the maker, she actually means it literally. Euphemisms aside, she is leading the Shoo family’s endeavours in providing a fabulous environment where artists, makers, and soon-tobe-eithers can come together, connect and learn. It’s all happening in the 1800s barn on the family’s Lauriston property, A Plot In Common, where Natasha has been hosting the workshops. The barn wasn’t the first stop on the family’s journey; along with husband Ben, Natasha lived on the Gold Coast before spending a couple of years in Melbourne and finally, moving to the property three-and-a-half years ago, with the couple’s three children. “My everyday is coordinating workshops, we host workshops for artists and makers in the barn, plus I’m building a market garden to sell my produce locally. We grow all our own vegetables and meat on the farm for ourselves, and we use our own produce too, to provide lunch for the workshops.”

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Love a good meal deal...


VERYONE loves a locals’ deal. Especially a meal deal! And no-one minds if a visitor turns up too. So here are just some of the dining establishments to head to for great value and meals. Monday Passing Clouds, Musk - (lunch) Main + sides from the grill with a glass of wine - $30 Mercato, Daylesford - Main dish + glass of local wine - $30 Daylesford Hotel, Daylesford - Meatball Madness - $20 The Grande Hotel, Hepburn Springs - Two courses - $35, or Three courses for $45 Tuesday Blackwood Hotel, Blackwood - Parma night + glass of house wine or pot of beer - $15 Perfect Drop, Daylesford - five courses with a glass of bubbles or beer - $55 Daylesford Hotel, Daylesford - Burger and chips - $20 Wednesday Daylesford Hotel, Daylesford - Parma and pot (or wine) - $20 Belvedere Social, Daylesford - Special of the Day, pot of beer or glass of wine - $35 Thursday Daylesford Hotel, Daylesford - Steak night - $20 The Plough, Trentham - two courses - $25, three courses - $30 Belvedere Social, Daylesford - Special of the Day, pot of beer or glass of wine - $35 See more deals on page 23!

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Love a good meal deal... Friday

Grange Bellinzona, Hepburn - Two courses and a glass of wine - $45 Blue Bean Love Cafe, Hepburn - Burger night with vegan options - $16 Blackwood Hotel - Fab Five meal specials - from $18 Blackwood Merchant, Blackwood - House-made pizzas - $16-$21

Sunday Grange Bellinzona, Hepburn - Two courses and a glass of wine - $45 Blue Bean Love Cafe, Hepburn - Curry night with vegan option - $18 Happy Hours Daylesford Bowling Club has Happy Hour ‘n’ a half, from Monday to Thursday, from 4.30pm to 6pm. And Happy Hour on Friday, 6pm-7pm. Perfect Drop, Daylesford, also has a Happy Hour, Thursday to Monday, from 4pm to 6pm with $12 cocktails and $2 oysters. Blue Bean Love Cafe, Hepburn, has Happy Hours from Friday to Monday from 4pm to 6pm with $5 beer, wine or bubbles. Raffles Fundraising raffles for local organisations are held on Friday evenings at The Farmers Arms Hotel, Daylesford, Cosmopolitan Hotel, Trentham and the Old Hepburn Hotel, Hepburn.

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The land / 27

SOUTH Devon cattle are a British breed and John and Sue Harvey, pictured with Ruby, started raising them in southern England around 1967. In 1982 they relocated to Australia and brought 22 cattle with them. But the main reason for the move was to give their three young boys better opportunities as they grew up. In the late 70’s and early 80’s England was, in Sue’s words, “not a land of opportunity”. Fast forward to the present where they have attained the success that may have eluded the family back in the UK. Their sons are doing well for themselves while John and Sue enjoy their semi-retirement at Torr Down South Devon Stud on eight hectares near Trentham. However, they continue to work with the same breed they have known for so many years, winning many breed and interbreed awards at national and country shows.

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SOMETIMES donations don’t mean that much. People ask all the time for a few dollars for this and that, and mostly people hand something over without thinking about where it will end up. That’s not the case with Movember fundraising for at least one Daylesford couple - Ian ‘Hog’ McCarthy and his wife Gayle. Hog, as he is known, was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2009 and underwent surgery. But the cancer came back again and this time it meant radiation therapy. Onwards to 2013 and the next blow was bladder cancer which according to Gayle, was “more problematic than the prostate cancer”. The cancer is now in remission but one big positive to come out of Hog’s battle was the start of a huge Movember culture at not only the Farmers Arms Hotel in Daylesford but in the surrounding region. Hog has been the “pin-up boy” for the fundraising event - shaving his mo over the years - as the hotel and its clients have raised thousands for men’s health.

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Enjoy the relaxed local atmosphere, Music & Entertainment or just a quiet cool one anytime. Management and staff wish you all a safe festive season. Open 7 days/nights - Lunch and Dinner. Quality Wines/ Fresh Seafood and Accommodation Functions (and friendly Kookaburras) 1 Golden Point Rd, Blackwood Phone: 5368 6501

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Our artists / 33

MICHAEL Ryan’s mother thought it was a good idea to put him into a local oil painting class at age 13 and he loved it. After a diploma in Fine Art he “showed here and there” but then life took over, as it does. “Then over a couple of weeks I painted a few houses that had great studios, scored a bunch of great stretchers on the Grapevine and met (read accosted) Stuart Purves in the Coles car park. I had to start showing again. Then in a year I had paintings in and sold at the Little Gallery Christmas Show in Trentham, then a couple in the Swiss Italian Festa Landscape Art Prize, then 50 new works for a solo at the Newstead Railway Arts Hub. Unlike before I have the ’net now and am getting some great feedback and leads nationally and internationally. A lot has changed from the 90s.”

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Help / 35

Numbers you might need Emergency – Fire, Police, Ambulance - 000 Daylesford Taxis – 5348 1111 Springs Medical Centre, Daylesford – 5348 2227 Daylesford Hospital – 5321 6500 Daylesford Police – 5348 2342 SES – 132 500 Daylesford Regional Visitor Information Centre – 5321 6123 Springs Family Dental – 5348 2939

Places you might need Daylesford Post Office – 86 Vincent Street ATMs:

Bendigo – 97 Vincent Street, Daylesford, ANZ – 52 Vincent Street, Daylesford, Westpac – 45 Vincent Street, Daylesford, Commonwealth – 36-40 Vincent Street, Daylesford

A secret you might like! OK, so they are not really a secret but if you haven’t visited the Wombat Hill Botanic Gardens they are well worth a look. It was in 1860 that the Borough of Daylesford asked for a piece of the paddock at the goldfields Government Camp on the top of Wombat Hill. The hilltop was ploughed, and paths and beds laid out, many plants being donated by the community. Trees planted included oaks, ash and elm, poplars and cypresses with blue gums round the boundary. Then in 1883 the council asked Taylor & Sangster, who ran nurseries in Toorak and at Macedon, to develop a professional landscape plan for the gardens...and the rest is, as they say, quite literally, history. Some of the best kept secrets are the Grotto and Fernery - see if you can find them.

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Musos / 37

CAMERON Holmes & The Blues Dudes are Cameron Holmes (lap steel, guitars, vocals), Samuel Hudson (bass), Cale Burke (drums), John Hunter (harmonicas) and Ian Maddick (saxophone). The Kyneton-based band play what they call “a very ‘Melbourne’ interpretation of the blues”. “Myself, Sam and Cale have known each other for some time and had jammed several times prior to the inception of the band. I started playing again live around the city at various venues as a solo artist, and we began to get things rolling again. John, our harmonica player, we met at a little bar called Whole Lotta Love in Brunswick and we started doing a few open mic sessions together. Ian Maddick I met through the same networks. After this, we pretty much started booking a few gigs and seeing where it went.”

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DAYLESFORD restaurant and bar Belvedere Social, staff pictured above, has been awarded four Harwood Andrews Golden Plate Awards for its excellence in customer service, value, casual dining experience and best chef. Other Central Highlands winners and highly commended were: Best Contemporary Dining 2016 – winner - Mercato at Daylesford, highly commended – The Perfect Drop, Daylesford; Best Hotel Dining 2016 – highly commended - Farmers Arms, Creswick; Best Licensed Cafe 2016 – winner – Larder, Daylesford; Best Menu of Local Food 2016 – winner - Tuki Restaurant, Smeaton, highly commended - Farmers Arms Daylesford; Best Cellar of Local Wines, Beers and Ciders 2016 – highly commended - Mercato at Daylesford; and Harwood Andrews People’s Choice – highly commended - Farmers Arms, Daylesford. And stop the press: Belvedere Social received the State Harwood Andrews Golden Plate Award for Best Casual Dining while Larder won the state’s Best Licensed Cafe.

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Remembrance Day 2016

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Our authors / 42

HEPBURN Springs author Maurilia Meehan has just released her latest book, 5 Ways To Be Famous Now. But for 25 years she worked in Melbourne teaching English to migrants and refugees and while she has had six novels published, Maurilia always had a day job to support her “addiction to writing”. “I still think of myself as someone who writes, as well as doing a lot of other things, rather than as ‘a writer’. Writers are not particularly nice people, and they would be the first to admit it. I write satire now. I have been shortlisted for many literary awards in the past, so I suppose I used to be more literary. But my books have become more and more satirical, along with my view of the world.” Maurilia moved to Hepburn Springs in 1999 and commuted for many years. Apart from gardening, walking and yoga she is addicted to mah jong, bridge and online Scrabble. “I have a constant battle with onion weed in my cottage garden, but that is my only complaint.”

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HERE are plenty of cool places to kick back and listen to some tunes in the Central Highlands.

The Perfect Drop in Daylesford offers great live jazz and folk music in the bar. Also check out The Farmers Arms Hotel in Creswick, where loads of live music is also on the agenda! The Blackwood Merchant has live music each Friday night. The artist-inresidence changes each month. Live music and events are a popular drawcard at The Tavern@Daylesford Cider Company showcasing much of the local music scene with its toetappin’, folk, country and bluegrass rhythms. Music at the Radio Springs Hotel in Lyonville starts on Friday nights and continues through to Sunday afternoons. There’s a mix of blues, country, covers and everything in between. Every Friday at The Grande Hotel in Hepburn Springs there’s a musical event on offer. From cabaret to burlesque, from tribute shows to amazing tunes, there is something for everyone. Jazz and affiliated music genres are on offer every Friday and Saturday night at Horvat’s Supper Club in Daylesford. And make sure you find your way to Blue Bean Love Cafe in Hepburn Springs. There’s live music all weekend.

Check out more at these venues’ websites! Just Google! Or check out the Gig Guide in each edition of The Local.

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To market, to market


OU can find everything you need at weekend markets, from fresh fruit and veg, to handmade jewellery and wares, throughout the Central Highlands and surrounds. Here are just a few. Daylesford Railway Market – every Sunday Wesley Hill Market - every Saturday Daylesford Farmers’ Market – first Saturday Golden Plains Farmers’ Market – first Saturday Trentham Neighbourhood Centre Makers’ Market - first Saturday Castlemaine Artists’ Market – first Sunday Kyneton Farmers’ Market - second Saturday Ballan Farmers’ Market - second Saturday Kyneton Rotary Community Market - second Saturday Maldon Market – second Sunday Clunes Farmers’ Market - second Sunday Trentham Farmers’ and Makers’ markets – third Saturday Glenlyon Farmers’ Market – third Saturday Creswick Market – third Saturday Leonards Hill Market - third Saturday Talbot Farmers’ Market – third Sunday Woodend Lions Market - third Sunday Buninyong Village Market – fourth Sunday Trentham Station Sunday Market - fourth Sunday

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