Telephone: 0409 891 968
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Open Tuesdays and Thursdays 9am - 12noon. A great indoor venue, suitable for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers, parents and caregivers.
Telephone: (03) 5581 1177
Fax: (03) 5581 2194
“Get to know the locals” - through the Casterton News! Circ: 1,337 weekly.
A great read published every Wednesday: 76 Henty Street, Casterton 3311.
Casterton Garden Club Inc
Telephone: (03) 5581 2341
Meetings are held on the fourth Monday of each month (except December) at the CWA rooms, 166 Henty Street, from 1pm – 3:30. Open opportunity to chat and discuss gardening matters, visit gardens and enjoy worthy speakers and excellent afternoon tea.
COUNTRY WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION OF VICTORIA. Inc.
The Country Women’s Association of Victoria (CWA) is an organization formed over 80 years ago to support and assist country women everywhere. Today the term ‘countrywoman’ refers to the women of this land of ours. They work for local and statewide projects which involve families, medical research and disasters. Casterton has 2 branches, Casterton and Glenelg.
Casterton CWA meets on the first Friday of the month in the CWA Rooms, Henty Street, Casterton. Times vary usually mornings. Visitors welcome.
Contact Secretary, L. Smith, 03 5581 2177.
President is Lillian Jones.
Glenelg CWA meets the Fourth Thursday of the month in the Anglican Parish Hall, Hutton Street commencing at 7.30 p.m. Visitors welcome.
Contact Secretary M Kerr. 03 5581 1001
President A. Allan 03 5581 1852
Casterton Kelpie Association Incorporated
Telephone: 0417 527 200
Each year on the Queen’s Birthday long weekend Casterton is transformed with the amazing spectacle of the Australian Kelpie Muster which celebrates Casterton as the ‘Birthplace of the Kelpie’ breed.
Casterton Rotary Club
CASTERTON VICE REGAL BAND
Telephone: Michael McNamara 0408 172 185
The Casterton Vice Regal band was formed over 140 years ago. It has been an integral part of the Casterton community all that time, farewelling the men that enlisted for war service and welcoming troops home. They have played at every Anzac Day service since they started; raised money for the building of the hospital and have supported many other charities and causes for many years. The band currently has a membership of over 25 players.
The band meets on Monday nights at 7.00 p.m. at the Band Centre situated at the entrance to Island Park. Visiting players are always welcome to come and join in rehearsal.