• The Brush House after restoration. The Brush House Restoration Project has been nominated as a state finalist and welcomes everyone to their morning tea on October 1st at 10am to celebrate the occasion.
• The Brush House after restoration. The Brush House Restoration Project has been nominated as a state finalist and welcomes everyone to their morning tea on October 1st at 10am to celebrate the occasion.

After their official opening on November 11 last year, the Yurunga Brush House has been chosen as a state finalist in the Keep Australia Beautiful Victoria Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities Awards for 2013.
All members of the community are invited to Yurunga on Tuesday 1st October at 10.00am for a morning tea. An official from the Tidy Towns Judging Committee will be there to present Yurunga with their award for making it to the state finals.
The Yurunga Brush House was nominated in the Historical/Restoration section. The official awards will be announced on October 12 in Wycheproof.
After a lot of hard work from Phil Moleworth and his trusty team of locals Ewan Christian, Trevor Petschel, Peter Solly, plus many unnamed volunteers, it’s rewarding to see their hard work appreciated by the wider community and official Keep Australia Beautiful judges.
“It’s really great to be appreciated and noticed in big competitions,” a Yurunga volunteer said. “No matter what happens with the competition, we all feel like we’ve won already. Not everyone becomes a state finalist, so it’s a really great feeling that we have achieved something and been noticed for it.”