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Lake Tyers Breakthrough

On Saturday, we photographed Lake Tyers in flood. Everyone was expecting that it would break through to the sea at any moment. On Saturday – this is what it looked like: And at Nowa Nowa which feeds into Lake Tyers And today the sea broke through and the lake flooded out. Water is now coming

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Tuesday drive

Went for a drive today to Orbost for lunch, then on to Marlo and around to Cape Conran. Things are looking greener for the most part, but bushfire evidence is still at the forefront of your mind as you look around. We enjoyed a walk on the beach at Sailor’s Grave.

Long Weekend

Good to see our towns busy again this weekend, with lots of visitors coming to enjoy our special corner of the world. The Marlay Point Overnight yacht race was held this weekend, and from all accounts, was a huge success. Great to see so many boats in Paynesville today. Counted 15 boats at one point,

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Tuesday in Lakes Entrance

Funny day here in Lakes. Yesterday it was so hot, today it’s almost cold! The town is really busy – which is great and will go a long way to helping some of the local businesses continue into the new year. The new works on the Esplanade are terrific, and that end of the town

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Colors of a Bushfire – East Gippsland 2020

Went for a drive today through some of the areas most affected by the recent bushfires. Our hearts go out to the many who have lost their homes and properties during this time. I have not shared any photos of your loss, but I have taken photos along the road, and I am astounded at

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