Noticeboard Archive

This is an archive of noticeboard items that had an expiry date.

This noticeboard archive has 45 posts
Click the title to continue reading

Photography Exhibition and Sale by the South Gippsland Camera Club

At Stockyard Gallery, from 12th October to 7th November 2017, open daily 10am to 4pm.

Interested in the health of Corner Inlet?

Have your say about protecting Corner Inlet’s water quality Corner Inlet is internationally significant as a Ramsar-listed wetland.  Good water quality is central to the health and condition of the inlet’s diverse […]

Can $ grow on trees?

Can you make money from trees?  Interested in timber harvesting for small landholders? And – what can you do with those dying Cypress hedges? Don’t burn them!  There are other […]

University of the Third Age up and running

In only two months since its launch, the Prom Coast University of the Third Age has run more than 20 courses and many more are planned. Topics include table tennis, […]

Reduce your risk of dementia #1

Alzheimer's Australia's Mind Your Mind program

In a recent Alzheimer’s Australia trial involving people over 50, a 6-month program of physical activity resulted in improved memory and thinking – even 18 months later. For more information […]

Be part of the Prom Coast Health Promotion Alliance

Community groups and interested individuals are invited to a special meeting to be held at 5.30pm – 7pm on Tuesday 13th December. The meeting will discuss the possibility of working […]

Weed Alert!

Orange Hawkweed flower

Water Hyacinth & Orange Hawkweed found in district. Call 136 186 if you see these plants. Two State Prohibited Weeds have been found at Walkerville and Foster, and The Department […]

Gratitude to CFA

At 14.45 the Fire brigade were called when a small burn got out of control. Allan & Louise are grateful to the men & women who attended. If they had […]

Life Aquatic entries now open

The Life Aquatic entry form for 2012 is now available. If you are interested in entering this popular small works competition, please drop in to the gallery to pick up an […]

AFL Stars coming to South Gippsland!

To celebrate the AFL September finals fever, Toyota has arranged for some of the stars of the AFL and the replica AFL Premiership Cup to visit parts of regional Victoria. […]

September is Foster Care Month

Foster Care Month logo

September is Foster Care Month! Foster carers are desperately needed in Gippsland to provide care for local children and young people who cannot live at home. Care may be required […]

Foster Cricket Club NEEDS YOU!

Foster Cricket Club needs players to fill all grades. Please support our club and call Paul Jervies on 0403582446. Click Foster Cricket Club for more info.

Guided wildflower walks at Prom

Parks Victoria will be holding a series of wildflower walks in the northern section of the Prom. Places are filling fast for these free ranger guided walks to be held at […]

Come to the launch of Prom Coast’s University of the Third Age!

Everyone will be welcome at a public meeting at the Community Health Centre in Foster at 3pm on Monday 29 August,  which will launch the Prom Coast U3A, linking participating […]

Tennis anyone?

Foster Tennis Club is looking for players to represent the club in the Saturday afternoon Allambee, Mirboo and District Association friendly competition from October through to March (with a break […]

Save the Foster Pool!

There is a meeting at the Foster Community House this Thursday the 18th of August @ 7.30pm. The Shire of South Gippsland has called this meeting to discuss the future of […]

Local training in soil health

Targeted Land Stewardship program As part of the Targeted Land Stewardship program, the South Gippsland and Bass Coast Landcare Networks are running a series of courses on soil health in […]

Be part of Foster’s aged care future!

The work of building a brand new aged care facility in Foster is now in full swing, but to enable the project to be completed, Prom Country Aged Care has […]

Wilsons Promontory flood repairs update

Wilsons Prom Tidal River flood 2011

Wilsons Promontory National Park is slowly recovering from the extensive damage to infrastructure, roads and walking tracks caused by extreme weather back in March 2011, but it will still be some […]

Andrew Jamieson wins Gold in Sacramento!

World champion race walker, Dr Andrew Jamieson of Fish Creek’s Golden Creek Olives, has once again won gold in the 10km race walk in the 65-90 age category at the […]

‘People’s meeting’ at Sandy Point a success

Following the ‘People’s Meeting’ at Sandy Point Hall on June 19, where more than 50 local residents urged the South Gippsland Shire Council to NOT reject the funding from the […]

“People’s Meeting” at the Sandy Point Hall

A group of more than 58 Sandy Point residents attended a “People’s Meeting“ held at the Sandy Point Hall on 19 June, 2011.  Councillor Mohya Davies was in attendance to […]

URGENT: Sandy Point People’s Meeting

Council is rejecting our Money! Meeting: Sunday 19 June 2011 at 2 pm at the TP Taylor Hall. The Issue: Government has awarded our Shire Council $251,000 to develop a […]

Enjoy lunch & dinner at GippsTAFE’s new training cafe!

GippsTAFE Leongatha would like to welcome you to our brand new training facility, the Wildflower Training Café, located within the new campus at 129 Nerrena Road, Leongatha. Our Hospitality Students […]

Your chance to comment on Rural Land Use Strategy

The draft ‘South Gippsland Rural Land Use Strategy’ is currently open for public consultation. Community members are urged to view the strategy and make comments where appropriate. The document will […]

Flood recovery grants available

Businesses, primary producers and not-for-profit organisations in South Gippsland directly affected by the March floods can apply for a one-off clean up and restoration grant. Deputy Premier and Member for […]

Funds for community groups

If your community group is seeking a small amount of money to finish a project to buy a piece of equipment, then contact your local Councillors now.  All Councillors have […]

Family Fishing Day – Port Welshpool jetty

Come along and throw a line in from the jetty Sat 04 June 2011 with your family and maybe catch the biggest fish for the day or even the smallest fish! […]

South Gippland Rural Strategy Draft

Finally… View the Rural Land Use Strategy (RLUS) Draft on the council website or download the Rural Land Strategy Draft here or ask for it at the Council reception and local libraries.

Tidal River to re-close for repair works

Parks Victoria and VicRoads have announced that the temporary access granted into Tidal River for the Easter period ceased at 6.00pm April 26. The Easter weekend access was deemed successful […]

Wilsons Prom Flood Update #3

Access open to Tidal River over Easter period – Parks Victoria and VicRoads have announced that temporary access is available to Tidal River for the Easter period from Thursday 21 […]

Wilsons Prom Flood Update 2

The following update has been provided by of South Gippsland Shire Council. Wilsons Promontory National Park remains closed south of the Darby River road, due to extensive flood damage and […]

Foster Football Club memberships now available!

The Foster Football Club welcomes back our loyal supporters and looks forward to welcoming new supporters. Join up to support the Foster Football Club and see your local team in […]

Leaders needed for Foster Cubs and Scouts.

At least two enthusiastic leaders are desperately needed to enable the Foster Scout Troop to re-start and give local 12 – 14 year olds the opportunity to experience new challenges, […]

Solar Power Workshop in Fish Creek.

The Fish Creek Community Development Group and the Energy Innovation Co-op are hosting an information evening about solar power and how local community members can benefit from joining with others […]

Grants for flood affected businesses

Businesses indirectly affected by natural disasters, including the recent floods, are now eligible for up to $5000 through the Business Relief Fund. Eligibility will be determined based on the following criteria: […]

New locations page

We have just added a new feature to the Foster Community website. Click on All event locations on the right. It lists all locations in and around Prom Country with links […]

Parks Victoria aims to get Wilsons Prom open by Easter

Due to the extensive damage to roads and infrastructure, Wilsons Promontory National Park remains closed. However, Parks Victoria aims to have limited camping available at Tidal River for the Easter […]

Wilsons Prom Flood Update

Due to significant flooding within Wilsons Promontory National Park, the park is temporarily closed until further notice. The priority for Park Victoria staff has been to ensure the safe evacuation […]

Wilsons Prom might be closed, but …

There is plenty more to do while the flood clean up goes on … While WILSONS PROMONTORY NATIONAL PARK is CLOSED following heavy rains that caused road damage., this is […]