The Marysville community spirit stays strong despite the setbacks they faced after Black Saturday.
This is a small piece I wrote about the loss of our home in Christmas Hills, during Black Saturday fires in 2009.
Whilst the course was extensively damaged during the 2009 Black Saturday bush fires, yet again the local community, with considerable help from the green keeping staff, volunteers and the wider Victorian and Australian Community, has returned it to its former glory.
It is wonderful to see Marysville with a positive air about it again, not just with all the new shops being built, but the surrounding countryside is now beautiful once again.
People still love to come here to experience nature in all its glory.
We all need time to escape the rat race and disconnect from the stresses of city living, and this is definitely the place to do it.
My favourite thing about the area is the people. It’s what makes where we live so unique.
Where else could you live and work right in the main street of a quaint country village?
We are very confident that the town will continue to grow and prosper, with so much to offer and even more things coming in the next year or two. You won't want to miss out.
Visitors can enjoy the regions many attractions including walking trails, rivers and waterfalls, fishing, boating, camping and ski field activities set against picturesque mountains and rolling hills.