26th July 2019
LORNE – HERE AND THERE
Another big weekend coming up in Lorne with the return of Lorne Film commencing at 5 pm this evening and running throughout the weekend. The festival program will include two world premieres in its feature length program, three short film sessions, an industry panel and other events.
The films to premier are Filterphonic, a musical drama shot in Melbourne, and Stringybark, a period film created by two university students from Geelong. The hub of the weekend is the historic Lorne Theatre and costs range from $10 – $20 per film, $85 film and dinner package with MoVida, $95 for a festival pass or $150 for a premium pass. For full weekend details go to www.lornefilm.com
LORNE – MARKET ROUND UP
The first month of the new financial year is looking to close on a high as the “spring in the step” of buyers that we reported following the federal election has continued. Its great to be able to read the media or turn on the television and not be belted with negativity surrounding the property market. With historic low interest rates, the “bottoming” (we hope) of consumer confidence, there is no reason why property consumers won’t continue to be active as we approach our busier months. What is becoming increasingly evident is the distinct shortage of available stock where all levels are at the lowest of the last decade. Add this fundamental rule of supply and demand to characteristics above and the recipe is coming together for what looks like being an active spring and summer period – fingers crossed!
LORNE – A LITTLE SECRET
Regional Roads Victoria (R.R.V.) have been doing some great work replacing all the “crossover” drainage points between Hird Street and Bay Street to the North. Keep and eye out for the relevant traffic management operators as they guide drivers through the work areas.
LORNE – QUOTE OF THE WEEK
“Sometimes good things fall apart, so better things can fall together”.