Posts in Category: Tourism
AFTER months of Goulburn-Murray Water (GMW) asking the public to avoid contact with water in Lake Eildon due to high levels of blue-green algae and…
AS was reported in last week’s cover story ‘New Year ushers in sales record’, Mansfield has been experiencing a record-breaking tourism boost over summer.
LIKE the recent staff shortage difficulties, the large influx of tourists to the Mansfield Shire has also created somewhat of a waste problem as well.
THE huge recent influx of visitors to Mansfield has kept local traders very busy, but also happy.
“IT’S the best tourism season in almost 20 years,” is the comment made by staff at Mansfield Bakery.
THE controversial Parks and Crown Land Amendment Bill was passed last week to allow unrestricted camping access to thousands of kilometres of licensed crown land…
LAKE Eildon is looking set for a bumper summer after consistent spring rains have seen levels reach 68 per cent of capacity.
MANSFIELD Matters Group (MMG) says support is growing fast behind a fighting fund that has been launched by them to stop the development of a…
DESPITE ongoing COVID-19 restrictions across the state, Motorsport Australia’s Targa had remained hopeful of being able to run the High Country event in mid-November.
MANSFIELD residents are aware that like many other events, the annual Mansfield Show will not take place this year.
MORE than 230 businesses based in the Mansfield Shire have provided information to council on the impact of COVID-19 and the bushfires.
MANSFIELD Shire Council has officially announced that this year’s Mansfield High Country Festival has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.