Archive for March, 2010

Housing Forecasts

Extraordinary new housing forecasts released this week show Victoria’s prices face a radical shakeup by 2020. In the next decade Melbourne’s most ritzy suburbs will share $3 million-plus median house price tags with sleeper suburbs Mickleham, Seaholme and Plenty.

In the regional and coastal areas, it is predicted that Fairhaven will have the second highest median price for any Victorian regional area of $3,078,331. Lorne is predicted to be … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard

Those of you on the coast this week could be forgiven for thinking that Aireys Inlet was on fire. Due to the still conditions, the Department of Sustainability and Environment chose this week to conduct some controlled burns. Clouds of smoke have surrounded us for days with the smell permeating households and businesses everywhere. For further information visit the following websites: www.dse.vic.gov.au/fires or www.cfa.vic.gov.au

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Aireys Inlet Open Mic Music Festival

Aireys Inlet will come to life this weekend (albeit momentarily) with the Aireys Inlet Open Mic Music Festival which runs over Friday, Saturday and Sunday. To be set on seven stages with over 120 acts, the free festival (gold coin donation appreciated) features local and not so local acts. With only 30 minutes each set, the line up is sure to keep the music changing all the time. … Continue Reading »

Land sales pick up in Fairhaven

While we all acknowledge that the market has recovered significantly from twelve months ago, one of the best examples of this has been the recent activity at the Narani Way land subdivision at Fairhaven. Most likely to be Fairhaven’s last large scale subdivision, it was slow to move at first, but recent activity has been strong with four sales in February alone and another under offer at the … Continue Reading »