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 might just be that place you’re searching for…it offers you a ‘community lifestyle’… place where people still take the time to stop and talk, a life that’s at the very least worth exploring.
What’s so special about Casterton
Casterton is like traveling back in time to an era where life was less complicated, less stressed, where everyone knew their neighbor, and children could enjoy a game of ball at the park or walk to school without fear for their safety.
Have a look up and down the main street. The towns bustling, people are coming and going and all seem to be greeting each person they pass along the way. Suddenly anonymity is gone. There’s a sense of belonging, of people caring and knowing each other, even if just a little bit.
So if you are tired of the big city, tired of the crime, the smog, and the lifestyle. Consider moving to Casterton where time almost stands still and you’ll get to know your neighbor by their first name. There are many advantages to small town living!
Casterton has a vibrant and close-knit community, with many clubs, schools and facilities available for the locals and visitors. Several community events are held on an annual basis.
So have a browse around this website for a glimpse of community life in Casterton or contact us for more specific information or assistance.