Place of Peace
This valuable facility at Lake Tyers Beach has huge potential as a
community asset. It has the capacity to provide a wide range of
support to many groups within our community who currently lack a focus
of a "place" to operate through.
The only truly community space in the area that I am aware off is the
Community Hall near the Toorloo Arm Primary School, and while other
places such as the LTB Caravan Park Chapel, the LTB Angling Club
rooms, the local LTB Shop, boat ramps and the Waterwheel Tavern
are some examples where people meet and exchange ideas and work
together, there are precious few other opportunities to provide for a
broader range of activities.
Most importantly though Oneonta could become the embodiment of how the
Lake Tyers Beach community feel about and work with it's native
environment. These are extremely important issues if we are to
preserve the key values about the community and environment that have
brought many of us to Lake Tyers Beach in the first place.
However to kick off this page and give it a more light-hearted focus to begin with, an Oneonta Bragging Page
is presented here to promote the Community Garden, what can be achieved and the enjoyment it can give.
Further contributions are welcome through email email@example.com
Oneonta: Bragging Rights!!!
||To open the score is Conrad Decker with a cracking tomato and
a huge marrow. These monsters were grown in a regular
sized plot at Oneonta and are a testimony to what care, good soil
preparation and fertilization can produce.
||Don't forget that all our friends of Oneonta are not
all humans and that some of the little ones that lurk near by need
This specimen was in the Green Manure planted by David and fortunately it was harvested by hand and no one was harmed!!!
Scarecrow did not work on the Shire Council who came along and
demolished the Oneonta house, saying was derilect (mind you it got that
while in their care for 15+years :-( ). Neglect is a self fulfilling
The comments here are the opinions of the Website and not official
comments from the Oneonta Committee, please attend the meetings and
become involved to hear the full story. Contact: Susan