Information about local groups
and businesses in Glenlyon
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148 Holcombe Rd Glenlyon Victoria Australia
Name: Glenda Fleischer
Phone: 5348 7539
Glenlyon Hall Hire
Daylesford-Malmsbury Rd, Glenlyon VIC 3461
Contact: Dan Harris
Phone: 5348 7662
Green Gully Road, Glenlyon VIC 3461
Contact: Lee Milne & Simon Mallia (03) 5348 7785
Glenlyon Estate is a boutique vineyard and winery located at Glenlyon, one of Victoria’s most stunning rural environments. The initial
planting of Pinot Noir was in 1996, followed by Chardonnay, Sauvignon
Blanc and Pinot Gris. The Estate is open weekends for cellar door, artisan wood fire pizzas, picnics, weddings, functions and corporate events.
Dysart St, Glenlyon
Contact: Bob Kennedy
Phone: 5348 7692
Glenlyon General Store
63 Barkly Street, Glenlyon, Victoria 3461
Phone: 5348 7922
Monday and Friday: 8:00am to 4:00pm
Tues, Wed and Thur: 11.00am to 4.00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 8:30am to 4:00pm
Hepburn Shire Council
Duke Street, Daylesford 3460
Phone: 5348 2306
For after hours emergencies please use the following numbers:
Animal Control – 0419 587 955 (eg. dog attacks and stock on Council roads)
Other Council Emergency – 0419 583 573
Glenlyon Hall | 10am-12noon Tuesdays
Phone: Nicole McIvor-Francis | Phone 5348 7889 & 0409 505 861
Phone: Justine | Phone 5460 7290 & 0439 877 254
A weekly get-together for babies and toddlers 0 to 5 years of age and their parents or carers.
Playgroup is for babies, toddlers and preschoolers and their parents or carers. In Victoria around 40,000 children from 30,000 families grow and learn at playgroups held at community venues such as maternal and child health centers, kindergartens, halls, community centers, primary schools, sporting clubs and aged care facilities. Playgroups are low cost and run by the parents or carers in them. Each parent or carer is responsible for the children they bring to playgroup.
Glenlyon Hall 1st Monday even month| 8:00pm
Joy Durston (President) | Phone: 5348 7542
The Glenlyon Progress Association promotes the general welfare of the Glenlyon District by instigating and working for improvements in the district; provides a link whereby the views of the people may be placed before the appropriate local, or State Government Department; works with the Shire Council, and other groups and organizations for the mutual benefit of all; provides for the cultural and social welfare of the district; and acts as Committee of Management for the Hall.
Upper Loddon Landcare
Meetings will be announced via website
John Cable | Phone 5348 7947
The Glenlyon Upper Loddon Landcare Group mostly operates between Coomoora, Denver, the Upper Loddon State Forest, and the Wombat State Forest. Situated in the headwaters of the Loddon River, this area is of considerable environmental significance. The landcare group is a grass roots organization interested in enhancing the district’s unique natural and agricultural landscapes. Members are actively involved in: Restoration of the Loddon River & tributaries through both group and individual projects
Under 14 Cricket Club
Glenlyon Recreation Reserve | Mon 5:30pm
Murrell Osborne | Phone: 5348 7714
The club started in October 1999, as part of the Kyneton and District Junior Cricket Association. The team plays in the Kyneton and District Junior Cricket Association and has since 1999. Matches are held on Wednesday evenings from 6pm to 8pm over 12 weeks in November, December and February. Players must be over 9 and under 14 on 1st November.
Cricket practice is on Monday nights from 5.30pm, at the Glenlyon Recreation Reserve.
Meetings will be announced via website
Wombat Forestcare is a community group dedicated to protecting and enhancing the natural ecosystems of the Wombat Forest and surrounding areas. The Wombat Forest contains a diverse range of native plants and animals, including a number that are listed as rare or threatened, such as Powerful Owl and the Wombat Bush Pea. As well as these natural values, the Wombat is a significant water catchment area, giving rise to five rivers.
Glenlyon Village Market
Glenlyon Hall | Every 3rd Sat | 9am til 1pm
Contact Dan Harris | 5348 7662
The Glenlyon Village Market is held every 3rd Saturday of the Month at the historic Glenlyon Shire Hall in picturesque Glenlyon, only minutes from Daylesford on the Daylesford-Malmsbury Rd. Come and check it out some time! We are a friendly, local country market with lots of beautiful fresh local produce, crafts and vintage goods.
In an emergency phone 000 (triple zero)
Brigade Captain: Brett Mason | Phone 0408 391 842
Brigade Secretary: Jay Gardiner | Phone:5348 2993
Community Information Guides (CIGs), are produced by CFA, emergency service organisations, local government and local communities and are a key source of information about bushfire preparation and planning.
CIGs help people in high-risk bushfire areas put together their individual or household fire plans and contain details about a town’s bushfire history, terrain, vegetation and access routes. They feature community based maps with key landmarks, routes, and neighbourhood Safer Places – Places of Last Resort (NSP-PLR) where available, fire danger ratings, bushfire survival options including shelter options and other general fire safety information for the community.
District Pony Club
At Glenlyon Recreation Reserve (Dysart St).
Meetings on the 3rd Sunday of every month.
Contact: Sarah Klas
Phone: 0438 583 176
The club has a fantastic variety of wonderfully talented instructors to aid in the development and enjoyment of riders and families. The club is also very proud of the fantastic facilities, including 2 large sand arenas, an oval, working track, show jumping area and an amazing cross country course. Each year the club host it's annual state qualifying horse trials, and other events such as the show jumping at the Daylesord show and Glenlyon New Years Sporting Day to raise funds to put directly back into the clubs education, resources and facilities, especially the cross country course.