VENDOR AND BUYER REUNITE AT CASTERTON WORKING DOG AUCTION
Tasmanian-based breeder Matthew Johnson and buyers Paul and Jean Weeding from the Okehampton merino stud in Tasmania have reunited to set another top price at the Clark Rubber Casterton Working Dog Auction.More
Exactly a month after children first tasted the new state-of-the-art outdoor-play area Kathleen Millikan Centre at the December official opening, their first day at the Centre finally arrived this week (Monday 13 January 2014).
Casterton Golf Club presents an 18 hole course with grass greens, 19 bunkers and 3 dams. Water hazards and lateral water hazards come into play on several holes depending on conditions of season. The front nine is undulating while the back nine holes are flat. The most outstanding feature of the course is the flora: magnificent redgums, eucalypts, wattles and many other varieties of native plants that have been contributed by the members.
Established in 1924, the course has 120 acres of Red Gum country. Grass greens, watered, with flat to slightly undulating fairways. There are 19 bunkers on 11 holes. Visitors welcome and bookings are not necessary. 18 holes, Par 72, ACR 69, 5591 metres. Annual club tournaments are held in late April and mid-November.