Community

Sewing Station Warrnambool

A temporary Sewing Station will be set up at 102 Liebig Street, Warrnambool. Open 10am to 2pm, 12th - 16th and 20th - 23rd June. The venue will have sewing machines and recycled fabric available for the community to make or watch being made reusable shopping bags. The...

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100 Roses for 100 Mums

At Wilsons, we love our mums. We thought we'd remind all of you who are lucky to have a mum to be EXTRA special to her this Mother's Day. To help you out, we've got 100 roses for 100 mums in Warrnambool. There is no charge and no obligation, they are FREE with the...

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How septic systems work

Recently, while showing a buyer around a property in one of our Western district townships, I was asked a technical, yet fairly elementary, question about the workings of the septic system.  Quite frankly, I should have known the answer, but didn't! I dutifully went...

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South West Vic Hay Drive

On St Patrick's Day weekend 40,000ha of farming land was burnt in several locations in South West Victoria. Upwards of 4,000 head of stock perished and 18 homes were lost. To support the local community and those affected, a fundraising evening on next Saturday April...

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Standing Tall in Warrnambool

The STANDING TALL program matches carefully selected and trained community volunteers with at risk junior school students studying at Warrnambool and Brauer colleges, and this year now Emmanuel College and Warrnambool Special Developmental School. The volunteers have...

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Warrnambool – History

The word Warrnambool originates from the local Indigenous Australians name for a nearby volcanic cone. It is interpreted to mean many things including land between two rivers, two swamps or ample water. A popular legend is that the first Europeans to discover...

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Warrnambool – Cityscape, Economy, Demographics

Cityscape The original City of Warrnambool was a 4x8 grid, with boundaries of Lava Street (north), Japan Street (east), Merri Street (south) and Henna Street (west). In the nineteenth century, it was intended that Fairy Street – with its proximity to the Warrnambool...

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Catch of the day!

Well it seems that every week amongst the office team here at Wilsons, one of us is talking about the latest fish they or a family member has caught. I suppose this should come as no surprise, given it is estimated that over five million Australians take part in...

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Moyne Shire: About

The Shire of Moyne is a local government area in the Barwon South West region of Victoria, Australia, located in the south-western part of the state. It covers an area of 5,478 square kilometres (2,115 sq mi) and, at the 2011 Census, had a population of 15,955. It...

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Relay for Life

Team Wilsons are ready to relay!  In the name of raising money for the Cancer Council, we look forward to participating in the 2018 Relay for Life, beginning at 6:30pm Friday evening and going non-stop through to Saturday 1pm, at Deakin University We want to take this...

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Relay For Life Garage Sale

The team at Wilsons are participating in, and fundraising for, the Anti-Cancer Council's Relay For Life Fundraiser. One of our fundraising efforts is a Garage Sale to be held at our Office at 50 Fairy Street Warrnambool, this Sunday February 4th, from 9:30am. Any help...

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Pea Soup Paradise

On a drive through Port Fairy and along Ocean Drive and Port Fairy's South Beach on one of the magnificent days of warm weather we have experienced in the south-west over the last 7 days, I was compelled to stop the car and stroll down across the white sand between...

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“Let’s Talk”

Wilsons Warrnambool & District Real Estate takes this opportunity to thank and congratulate the team at Silvan Ridge Financial Services for initiating and organising the phenomenal evening on Wednesday July 12th at the Wannon Rooms, raising funds and awareness for...

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Happy Mother’s Day to All Our Mums

At Wilson Real Estate, we love our Mums – and, sadly, in some cases, the memories of Mums. But then doesn’t everyone with a heart just love Mum, the one who does so much for so many with little thought of thanks. Well, this Mother’s Day, we thought we’d remind all of...

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Mortlake Saleyards to go ahead

Exciting news for the Mortlake district with the announcement after Tuesday night's council meeting of unanimous support for the granting of a planning permit for the new facility to be built.  Forecast to bring 100 new jobs for the 10-month construction phase,...

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Warrnambool to Port Fairy Rail Trail

A gem of the South-West. If you haven't walked, jogged, or pedalled at least a section of the Port Fairy to Warrnambool Rail Trail, then do yourself a favour!  Engage the senses, improve your fitness, spend time with your family - or enjoying your own company.  Listen...

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Thanh Loc Project – Helping the poor in Vietnam

The Thanh Loc Project was born out of the desperate need for education and basic standards of living experienced on a visit to the Thanh Loc commune in southern Vietnam some years ago.  Thanh Loc commune is a very poor area where many children do not have the...

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Home Safety Tip – Do you have a fire extinguisher?

There has been much talk about ensuring that your property is adequately fitted with smoke alarms (and is law in many states), but what would you do if a fire did occur? Investing in a fire extinguisher can help protect your property in the event of a fire. Following...

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40+ Years of Wilsons

In 1976 real estate agency Mark Wilson and Associates began trading in Warrnambool. The business strategy of putting the customer’s best interests ahead of their own has assisted in the longevity and success of this family owned and operated real estate agency. 40+...

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Living in the Future

Imagine this! Your home is totally self-sufficient for all its energy needs! – No more power bills! Buildings in the future will not only be designed for living and working in, they will incorporate mini-power stations, producing and storing clean, renewable energy,...

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