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the South Gippsland Highway sign showing
the turn-off to Loch Village
From the Loch Vineyard vines
looking to the new extension of Cellar Door at Gippsland Wine Company
the view southwest, from Victoria Road,
as you enter Loch Village
Avenue of Honour
St Vincent's Catholic Church, Victoria Road
Bluebird Books, 5 Victoria Road
Terry Oatley - Aus Woodcraft, 7 Victoria Road
Accommodation at 11 Roy Street, Loch Village
Freemasons at the Duke of Connaught Lodge -
Almoner: Max Crawford (left),
Member: Timmy Coster (Centre)
and Master of the Lodge: Alan Provis (right)
the public toilets, Centennial Park, Victoria Road.
One of two public toilets in Loch - the other being at Sunnyside Park, at the eastern end of the village, past Smith Street.
The Cosy Kitchen, 27 Victoria Road
Elton Motors, 29 Victoria Road
The Rustic Cacao Factory and Cafe - 32 Victoria Road
Victoria Street Gallery, 34 Victoria Road
Yakkity Yak, 36 Victoria Road
pink fairy's fishing rods (Dierama), Victoria Road
Olive at Loch, 38 Victoria Road
Carrington's of Loch, 40 Victoria Road
Future site of Forage & Grind, 35 Victoria Road,
the Op Shop, Victoria Road
Loch Brewery & Distillery
44 Victoria Road, Loch
the cellar door at Loch Brewery & Distillery
...magnificent, autumnal day in Loch Village
looking north at the corner of Smith Street and Victoria Road
Caroline Askew Artist Studio,
corner Victoria Road and Smith Street
the south corners where Smith Street meets Victoria Road
Tribal Threads - south eastern corner
of Victoria Road and Smith Street
Loch Public Hall, Smith Street south
"the best public hall outside Melbourne"
(well held view more than 100 years ago)
Loch & District Bowling Clkub
south end of Smith Street
Machinery Used Tools, Victoria Road
Victoria Road looking westward
with Sunnyside Park on the right
For more than ten years, those who enjoy the benefits of Sunnyside Park have looked forward
to the completion of the toilet block, at the end of the white path, to the right of the pergola playground.
the Loch Railway Station
The Strzelecki Lions Loch Market
at the Railway Station Reserve, 2nd Sunday of each month
October to April (Loch Public Hall May to September)
The Loch Memorial Reserve sign
at the entrance gates
The Ray Humphries Pavilion and Club Rooms
at Loch Memorial Reserve, with the caravan sites beyond.
The Pajero Club musters at the
Loch Memorial Reserve
across the Easter weekend 2014
- 22 Camper Trailers,
15 Caravans & 10 Camping Sites.
10 - 37
LochVillage Lions Market
Second Sunday of each month...
Loch Arts Council Sculpture
for Sunnyside Park
underway with plans agreed
LochVillage web site is a Loch Community Development Association project