FebMar’24 issue is out

FebMar’24 issue is out

Welcome to 2024. It’s been a nice wet start to the year and Don’s weather update has certainly been showing us all how much rain we have been having! By the way, if you don’t know, Don has been providing the rainfall for the area for quite some time on a device he...

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SUMMER ’23-’24 issue is out

SUMMER ’23-’24 issue is out

Finally, winter in Blackwood seems to be in the past as spring is in full swing and summer is just around the corner. Our garden has come out of its winter cupboard, and is in full bloom. At this time of the year, we enjoy nothing more than spending time in it. With...

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OctNov ’23 issue is out

OctNov ’23 issue is out

Welcome to another issue of the Blackwood Times. Spring is here and Blackwood is starting to dry up. We are beginning to see more activity in our little main street, not to mention the current flurry of activity at the Post Office as renovations have moved up a gear...

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Winter Issue: AugSept ’23

Winter Issue: AugSept ’23

It has been a cold winter in Blackwood and a couple of confronting months with the passing of two much-loved local gentle-men: Dave Commins a valued member of the Blackwood Times team (see tribute to him on p3) and Garry Fischer, a local legend (p8). Whilst these...

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June July ’23 issue

June July ’23 issue

Welcome everyone to the June/July edition of the Blackwood Times. When we first arrived in Australia, we were struck by how beautiful regional Victoria was and immediately started on a journey to find our own piece of paradise. Following a decade of quietly searching,...

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Apr May ’23 issue

Apr May ’23 issue

Two months between issues goes quickly. Bit of a scramble this one but here we are looking forward to the 121st Chop & Carnival and celebrating a number of special events. The launch of the Barry’s Reef Avenue of Honour was a significant event with several...

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The Blackwood Times acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, the Traditional Owners of the land, waters & forest where we live & work. We pay deep respect to Elders past, present & emerging.

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