government offices - post office and tourism

post officetourism building

There is a post office on the main road to the village wharf, open every day between 8am and 3pm with a break for lunch 12 - 1pm. They sell stamps, cards and other mail supplies. There is a tourism office further down which is open the same hours and has information, cards and local crafts. There is an interpretation centre (below right) for the Lagoon National Park, with a small museum.

ginneryinterpretation centre

The Ginnery (above left) was once used to store sea salt, and is currently the place where Council meetings are held. The main Council administration office is opposite the post office which is next door to the old Government House - pictured below and currently being renovated.

government houseback of old government building

Below left is the current Council admin building with Post Office opposite. There is also a community centre that is open for private hire and local events, on River Road.

PO and admin buildingcommunity centre 2016 2

 

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