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Welcome to the January edition of Borough Business E-News
The Rip Swim

103 brave swimmers will be taking on 'The Rip' on February 10.  They will be landing at the Point Lonsdale front beach from 9.45 am.
Why not come along and cheer them in!
Proudly sponsored by
the Borough of Queenscliffe

Geelong Street Rodders 

Queenscliff is pleased to welcome the Geelong Street Rodders for this year's Show 'n' Shine in Princess Park. Enjoy live music, food and trade stands while wandering through the amazing array of Hot Rods. Road closure of Hesse Street is planned for Saturday 3 February. Traders and residents that may be affected will be notified individually.

Welcome Simon & Tara
Willow Tree Cafe
Located at 1/84 Hesse Street 
Now open 7 am - 4 pm Thursday to Tuesday. They have renovated making the space warm and welcoming.  The cafe is offering light lunches and an all-day breakfast menu.  They are both Chefs with Tara specialising as a trained pastry chef, making a delicious range of treats including gluten free and dairy free options. 
Queenscliff General Store
New Owners Anak & Pong
Open Monday, Tues, Thurs, Fri 7 am - 2.30 pm, Sat 8 am - 2.30 pm, Sun 8 am - 2 pm
Make sure you make them feel welcome.  They are still offering all your favourite's with great coffee and friendly service.  With some exciting new menu options coming very soon. 
Citizen of the Year 2023 Lynette Houldcroft said 'When it was announced that I had been chosen, I felt not only humbled, but extremely honoured'.
Do you know a person or organisation deserving of this honour? The process is simple so why not nominate them now!   Find out more here!
Are you a not for profit organisation?  There are currently two opportunities for grants that you may be eligible for:

TheStrengthening Rural Communities (SRC) Rebuilding Regional Communities (RRC) stream gives small remote, rural and regional communities across Australia the opportunity to access funds for a broad range of initiatives that directly and clearly benefit local communities. applications close 26 February 2024. You can find our more here.

The new Tiny Towns Fund will support local communities to deliver quality tourism and community facility projects, such as splash parks and bike trails, playgrounds, community hall and library upgrades, public art and more. Want to know more look here.
Council acknowledges the Traditional Owners of these lands, waters and skies, the Wadawurrung People. We acknowledge and respect their continuing connections to their Lands, Waters, Skies, Culture and the contribution they make to the life and spirit of our community. We pay respect to their past and present Elders and their emerging leaders, and extend this respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.


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