Source: State of Victoria Local Government 2
Wednesday, 21 August, 2019
Strathbogie Shire Council, in conjunction with Nagambie Development Enterprises, has officially opened the doors of its new Visitor Information Centre in Nagambie.
Located in prime position at the end of Jacobson’s Outlook, overlooking the stunning Nagambie Lake and iconic Black Caviar statue, the new state of the art facility has one of the best views in town.
The new facility is the result of a partnership between Strathbogie Shire Council and Nagambie Development Enterprises.
Mr Gerry Ryan of Nagambie Development Enterprises has also constructed the Nagambie Brewery and Distillery and Ma Forbes Kitchen adjacent the information centre, which opened earlier this year and is attracting visitors from far and wide.
The modern, open layout of the Visitor Information Centre effectively incorporates Council’s Customer Service and Visitor Information Services which operate out of the centre concurrently.
Strathbogie Shire Mayor Cr Amanda McClaren said the new and improved information centre has come at a great time for the town, with tourism and economic development booming.
“The volumes of tourists and visitors making their way to Nagambie is no surprise to local residents as we witness more and more people choosing Nagambie as a holiday destination and a place to escape for the weekend,” Cr McClaren said.