Our Backyard – Apollo Bay


Monologue – A Photographic Exhibition by Ros Jamieson

Open 10am – 4.00 pm, Sunday 6th April, @ St Aidans Church Hall, Nelson Street.


Did you enjoy your time at our local food swap or miss out last time ?


Good news it’s on again this Friday 4th April.

Load up those extra vegies, pickling jars, cooked goods, herbs, recipes, gardening questions or your curiosity and come along to the Inaugural Otways’ Local Produce Swap at the Community Garden Space, Costin St from 5:30pm. All welcome!

There will be a free workshop on how to make your own worm farm for your home garden – we also have a limited number of the special composting worms to give away too. More information and updates on future swaps can be found at the Otways’ Local Produce Swap Facebook Page or by calling Joan or Brian Irving on (03) 5237 6728.

This community event is proudly supported by Otway Health and the Colac Otway Food Alliance.


Apollo Bay Community Market


Every Saturday morning on the foreshore.

All goods locally made, baked, grown, sewn, sculpted, painted, carved, created, laid….



The Apollo Bay Community Market is seeking interest from potential stall holders.  So if you make it, bake it, grow it, sew it, sculpt it, paint it, carve it, create it, we would love to here from you.  The market season is upon us and we have some spaces to fill on the foreshore.  If you are a local resident, who would like to book a stall at our Saturday market pop in to see Leslie Fisk at the Upstairs Craft Gallery above Nautigals Café on the main street on Fridays after 10am.

For further details contact:

Leslie Fisk (03) 5237 6040

Helen Robbins (03) 5237 6669



See you in Our Backyard,



Darren Brimacombe


0418 317 424




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