Moving with the times
In the not too distant future, we hope to emerge from COVID-19 travel restrictions. As part of Council’s approach, it has been investing in new ways to reach more visitors with the information they need to get the most out of their holiday in our beautiful region. Mayor Libro Mustica said times were changing, Council must adapt and this was an opportunity to bring visitor information to where the visitors are.
Sometimes it’s the little things that matter most
There has never been a more important time to reach out to our friends and family. There is little doubt that we all know someone who must be feeling the challenges served up by COVID-19. For some of us, it is juggling the needs of home schooling while trying to look professional on yet another video-conference. For others, it might be the challenges of running a business or trying to access health care across State borders, tackling significant financial pressures or trying to recover from the devastating bushfires.
All aboard for a cruise into our heritage
There is little doubt that at a time like now we often reflect on the past, letting our minds wander through history. Stepping back in time is also a great way to reconnect with the places we wish to explore and characters who we’d love to meet again.
Hall of Fame honour for Kingfisher
Barmah’s Kingfisher Cruises is celebrating this week after being inducted into Ecotourism Australia’s Hall of Fame. Passionate eco-tourism advocate and owner/operator at Kingfisher Cruises, Benita Cox has been recognised for 20 years as an eco-warrior and was overjoyed after what has been a challenging year ‘off the water’ due to the COVID-19 pandemic.