Archive for June, 2018

Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

It had been a fairly dry June on the coast up until the weekend. In Aireys Inlet on Saturday and Sunday we received over 36mm of rain and single digit temperatures for much of each day.

As a result the Painkalac River was full and beginning to pose a threat to a few properties.  It took two takes, but the shire successfully opened the river mouth yesterday and the water receded … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

One of the most asked questions we get as agents is ‘So, how’s the market?’

Thankfully for most of the past two decades the answer has consistently been ‘Good.  Very good’.

One might look at the internet and see how few properties are for sale and think that the market is quiet at the moment, but that is not necessarily the case.

A prime example of this was the recent sale of 4 … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

So the long weekend is upon us. The Queens Birthday long weekend in fact.

The Monarch’s birthday was first celebrated in Australia in 1788. In that year, King George III was the Monarch and Governor Arthur Phillip declared a holiday to mark his birthday. Originally the Monarch’s birthday was celebrated on the anniversary of the actual date of the birth of the King or Queen. However after the death of King … Continue Reading »