Flood recovery and resilience events

There’s been some terrific events held around the Pyrenees with funding provided by flood recovery (supported by the Australian and Victorian Governments).

Waubra Boots N All, Landsborough Bush Dance, Barkly Outdoors, and Comedy Night in Natte Yallock make up some of the events. 

Attending events and doing arts and crafts, following a natural disaster helps bring communities together, have fun and improve wellbeing.

Here’s some photos:

Wreath making in Lexton

Morning tea at Avoca Men's Shed

There’s more events and programs coming up in 2024.

Keep an eye on Council's website, the noticeboard in The Pyrenees Advocate and social media. 

Some of these events are supported by the Australian and Victorian Governments

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eResilience Program

eResilience is an online self-paced wellbeing program, free for eligible regional Victorians (funded by the Victorian Government Department of Health). The past few years have been incredibly challenging for so many people, so Resilience Builders have developed the program for participants to learn strategies to build resilience into everyday life. 

Visit resiliencebuilders.com.au/tour/eresilience to book.