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Big makeover

By Seymour Telegraph

Changes are afoot in Nagambie again.

This time it is the start of foundation work being done on the old site of Harry’s Café and the old police building, to make way for a new precinct with a micro brewery, reconstructed police building, café and visitor information centre.

Two years ago the old Lake Kitchen coffee shop was demolished. Harry Logus had been running the popular café for 16-and-a-half years, and in April 2015 he moved to new premises, not far from his Jacobson’s Outlook lakeside spot in High St.

The woman who ran Nagambie Bargains in the old building, Pat, also moved last year into the old pasta and pizza place, formerly an information centre.

These landmarks have made way for a new precinct to incorporate a new café, restaurant, micro brewery and visitors information centre leading down to the lake in High St.

— Diane Grant