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