LOCH Village is a thriving community which is fast becoming a tourist destination.
Before the impact of COVID-19, the town was bustling with visitors sampling the many cafes and eateries and wandering the quirky shops in the main street.
A walk to the memorial reserve over the suspension bridge and a visit to the historical oaks is a must do circuit. The Loch community thrives on its partnerships. And what better place to be when Stage 3 restrictions limit any travel.
Last week, Loch Nyora Landcare assisted the Loch kinder kids in planting a few native tubestock under the Loch suspension bridge at the reserve. As part of their bush kinder program, the kinder kids visit Allsops Creek once a week over terms 2 and 3.
Trundling their wagon, they make noises in the tunnel under the highway, walk along the disused railway line, past ‘Gordon Timms’ and over the rickety bridge to their weekly play site.
Three local community groups working together… in a time of anxiety and uncertainty.
Planting natives at Loch