Congrations goes to Cafe 3858 who won Wellington People's Choice Award for best coffee.


What a great effort fromHeyfield Relay For Lifewith just over $26,000 raised and still more money coming in!!
Without the generous participation of the teams and walkers this could not have happened. TEAM EFFORT.
Thanks to those who volunteered to make this such a wonderful event-the committee, the musicians, Heyfield Lions Club, Daryl Higgins, Michael Knight, King Cole Catering, Bedggood's Transport, Gippy Water, bush poetry and Lisa Marshall.
Thanks also for the use of the Netball rooms and the Gordon Street Reserve and for the wonderful donations for the afternoon tea.
Thanks to the 250 children and staff from the Primary School and St Michael's who participated in a mini Relay at the Apex Park on Friday.
Well done to Heyfield-a really well organised, respectful, generous and celebratory event.

GP1-Winner-of-the-GlenmaggieThe Glenmaggie and District Boat Club Inc. hosted the 32nd Glenmaggie Cup speed boat racing event on Lake Glenmaggie on Sunday 29th December 2013.  

A HUGE holiday crowd of over 2000 with an additional 1000 positioning themselves freely on the roadside around the lake witnessed the highlight of the day the running of the Glenmaggie Cup where winner Grant Harrison of Melton reached speeds of 170 mph on his runs down the straight in his boat GP1.
Visitors from all over Australia, even as far as Queensland and Western Australia,  flocked to Lake Glenmaggie in family groups, taking full advantage of the viewing spots on the well grassed lawns to enjoy the 31 race program, where 54 drivers in all classes gave spectators a thrill.

A Glenmaggie and District Boat Club representative said he was pleased with the crowd and the support from Wellington Shire, Heyfield Community Bendigo Bank and local businesses which helped stage such an outstanding sporting event.

1507053Harrison won the cup for the third year in a row, winning the feature event from Bud Light, driven by former cup winner Paul Eade, with Dragula, driven by Natasha Heffernan, finishing in third place.

Villain, driven by Mike Wall from Wallan, won the Daryl Hamilton Memorial from All Fired Up, driven by Russell Jones and Nova, driven by Nigel Deveney.

Deveney, who was close to the leaders in the feature events, broke through for a win in the Alan Hore Memorial, winning from Melody, driven by Nigel Fitzpatrick and Bite Me, driven by Dean Gleeson.

Eade won the open outboard event from Kris Oakley and Brad Holland, driving Sparken.

Jim Beaty, driving Raider, won the five litre class from Longford driver Wayne Smit, driving Victory, with Fitzpatrick in third place.

A truly successful meeting showcasing our Region!

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The Heyfield Region has it all right here waiting to be experienced and the Heyfield Traders and Tourism Association want everyone to know about it. Therefore they are pleased to announce the launch of the ‘Visit Heyfield’ website on December 19, 2013.

The ‘Visit Heyfield’ website has been developed to promote a range of places that people can visit when coming to the Heyfield Region. It also provides information for local residents to help them find a business or service that they may require

You will find it all on the “Visit Heyfield” website including:

  • Places to visit, including the Alpine National Park, Blores Hill Mountain Bike Park and Heyfield Apex Park.
  • Places to eat when in the region such as Café 3858 in Heyfield, Railway Hotel, Heyfield and the Commercial Hotel in Heyfield.
  • Places to stay, including Happy Days Accommodation in Tinamba, Abington Farm B&B and the Railway Hotel motel units in Heyfield.
  • A range of businesses and services in and around the Heyfield Region
  • A range of community groups in the area that provide sporting and community activities.

Thanks go to the Heyfield & District Community Bank Branch of the Bendigo Bank for its generous donation that has significantly contributed to the development of the website.

Any business or service that would like to be included on the website should contact Deb Osborn on 5148 3311 or visit the website. Check it out at




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