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A BRAND new showroom, double the
previous size, is part of just some of the
renovations now complete at Leongatha
Optometrists in Bair Street.
In addition to this there’s a new layout, new car-
pets, a fresh coat of paint and many new products for
customers to choose from.
The interior has been given a green edge in the
carpets and new furniture to match the new company
logo and new uniforms will complete the makeover.
Testing rooms have also had a fresh coat of paint
and new carpet to complement the state of the art
diagnostic equipment being utilised during all eye
ourselves,” owner Leah Meulendijks said.
“My dad came down from Northern Victoria and
my brother also helped out the first weekend, which
turned it into a great family project getting the store
ready for the local tradies to start.
“Rod and David also lent a very much needed
hand which was fantastic and the result was well
worth the effort!
“In designing the new look for our store we
thought it essential for the layout to best suit our
customers, giving them ease of access when try-
ing on our range of eye wear as well as providing a
comfortable atmosphere when waiting for their eye
THE recommendations and results of
Bass Coast Shire Council’s caravan park
service review were adopted at council’s
recent meeting on September 21.
This was part of council’s ongoing commitment
to finding cost efficiencies throughout the shire.
The internal review was undertaken throughout
2015/16, in line with council’s strategy to improve
governance arrangements over the acquisition, re-
tention and disposal of council land.
Some of the recommendations included main-
taining management of caravan parks under com-
mercial lease through open tender to ensure revenue
is maximised, adopt appropriate site development
guidelines and ensure better communication occurs
between council and caravan park operators.
Council also voted to consult with key stakehold-
ers in Cape Paterson for leasing arrangements in the
caravan park, including input on where additional
cabins may be located in the future.
“Cape Paterson is divided into sections and there
are two sections where cabins may be built in the
future. The community is keen to have input on the
sites of these cabins, as there are concerns about how
it might impact on the view,” Cr Neil Rankine said.
Cr Phil Wright endorsed the review and its rec-
ommendations to give a better idea of how to man-
age the changing urban areas.
Cape Paterson is due for a lease review in
Waiting area: customers can wait in comfort and inspect the new range of frames at Leon-
New display: to view the newly revamped practice or any of Leongatha Optometrists’ range
of frames or sunglasses please feel free to pop in, no appointment is needed.
Fresh, new makeover for Leongatha Optometrists
Ms Meulendijks took over the business about six
months ago from Rod Jackson and David Lawry,
who both continue working as optometrists in the
“We are now also able to stock far more frames
to provide an even greater range for our customers
to choose from, which has been appreciated by our
customers since the change,” Ms Meulendijks said.
“To all our wonderful patients, we hope you will
love our changes as much as we do and trust you
will be excited to try out our new ranges of frames
“For those who are new to the Leongatha region,
please come in and visit us.”
Staff at the business said the customers have re-
ally been impressed.
Receptionists Dot Harland and Dorothy Hall-
Kinnear said customers loved the new layout saying
it is very light and bright.
“It’s all been very positive, they’ve liked how it
is all opened up, it’s quite welcoming,” Mrs Harland
Optical technician for 15 years Steve Trotman
said it provided a nice environment for both staff
and customers to be in.
Both Rod Jackson and David Lawry were im-
pressed and, as landlords, helped with some of the
structural works required.
Leongatha Optometrists is also announcing its
new range of Maui Jim prescriptible sunglasses
which have arrived just in time for spring. They
are beautifully made frames; light weight, have ad-
vanced polarised lenses and are claimable through
any health fund.
The business is also affiliated with all health funds,
so you can use your benefits, to your benefit. You will
be assisted by the wonderful staff in making smarter
eyewear purchases with your optical benefits that
complement the different aspects of your lifestyle.
The experienced and trusted optometrists and
staff at Leongatha Optometrists are all ready to assist
you with your eye health and vision requirements.
If you would like to view the newly revamped
practice or any of the range of frames or sunglasses
please feel free to pop in, no appointment is need-
Caravan parks reviewed
Flood warnings and shark sightings
will be available on a new app that will
replace FireReady this summer.
The VicEmergency app will provide another
channel to access warnings and incidents for
fires, floods, storms, earthquake, tsunamis and
Emergency Management Commissioner
Craig Lapsley said the new VicEmergency app
would align with the VicEmergency website to
provide timely information about all emergen-
“With extensive rain and flooding across the
state, it’s timely for us to announce we will be
expanding the capabilities of FireReady to in-
clude all types of emergencies,” he said.
“The VicEmergency app is in line with our all
communities, all emergencies approach. From
November the app will provide the community
with warnings and incident notifications tailored
to individual locations and watch zones.”
VicEmergency app is coming this summer
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