Tak­ing shape

Seymour Telegraph - - NEWS - The third stage of the Nagam­bie Mi­cro Brew­ery, cafe and in­for­ma­tion cen­tre steel frame struc­ture was erected last week. A crane lifts the con­crete walls into place for the 20 new units at the Water­front Mo­tel in Nagam­bie.

Some of Nagam­bie’s shops have had a paint job, and a cou­ple of new shops have come into be­ing in the High St com­plex.

The Water­front Mo­tel has had a large crane lift­ing pre­fab­ri­cated con­crete slabs for walls, ceil­ings and floors this past week.

The project will add 20 more mo­tel units to the al­ready ex­ist­ing premises, owned by Gerry Ryan.

Lo­cals are also watch­ing an­other of Mr Ryan’s projects with in­ter­est.

Stage three has be­gun on the new Nagam­bie precinct next to Ja­cob­sons Out­look and the Nagam­bie Lakes En­ter­tain­ment Cen­tre, for­merly the Val­ley Ho­tel.

It has been tak­ing shape quickly with the large crane lift­ing in gird­ers for the steel frame struc­ture.

It is be­ing joined to the re­con­structed his­toric fa­cade of the po­lice build­ing, which is the cen­tre­piece of the new precinct.

The out­side and in­side of the mi­cro brew­ery, cafe and vis­i­tor in­for­ma­tion cen­tre will be an as­set to the town.

Strath­bo­gie Shire will be op­er­at­ing the vis­i­tor in­for­ma­tion cen­tre from the south­ern end of the com­plex.

The jetty be­low will be­come a dock­ing and de­par­ture point for the Goul­burn Ex­plorer river cruise boat.

— Diane Grant

Un­der way:


Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.