Archive for March, 2017

Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

Welcome to Aireys Inlet

Delightful autumnal conditions on the Surf Coast this week with some stunning mornings (see photo!) and mild days following the downpour from last week.

The surf has also been solid which is not unusual for this time of year.  Hopefully it will be good again for the annual Bells Beach Surfing Classic held every Easter.  In fact it is the longest running professional surfing competition in the world.

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Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

Welcome to Aireys Inlet

The state was battered by heavy rain earlier this week but nowhere received more rain than Aireys Inlet which recorded the highest rainfall in the state in the 24 hours prior to 9am Tuesday with over 100mm recorded!

As a result, the river mouths at Moggs Creek and Aireys Inlet are both showing the signs.

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Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

Welcome to Aireys Inlet

The Aireys Inlet Open Mic festival is on again this weekend.

140 performances, on 9 stages across 3 days culminating in the Special Mystery Guest at the Aireys Pub, 5.30pm on Sunday.

For further information visit www.aireysinlet.com.au

Due to the music festival we will not be holding any Open for Viewings over the weekend, however all properties are available to inspect by appointment.

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Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

Welcome to Aireys Inlet

The State Government recently announced a range of new initiatives for first homebuyers in Victoria.

These changes come into effect 1 July 2017 and include the following:

The removal of stamp duty for homes – both new and established – under $600,000;
Scaled stamp duty reductions for homes – both new and established – between $600,000 -$750,000;
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Our Backyard – aireys Inlet

Welcome to Aireys Inlet

A different sort of sunrise greeted us yesterday morning on the Great Ocean Road.  Well, those of us who were up early enough anyway.

The photos below were taken at sunrise from the lookout at Mount Defiance which was the half way point of my morning bike ride yesterday.

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