Lismore City Council tourism support officer Barbara Hignett with one of the winners of the $100 gift packs, Lisa Dooner of Rock Valley.
Lismore City Council tourism support officer Barbara Hignett with one of the winners of the $100 gift packs, Lisa Dooner of Rock Valley.

And the winners are...

When the Lismore Visitor Information Centre recently donated two $100 gift packs for The Echo to giveaway recently, the response was massive – local fine foods, and lots of them, really whet everyone’s appetite.

The two lucky winners were Lisa Dooner and Louise Litchfield, who were thrilled to take home a hamper of delicious goodies just before Christmas.

Of course the Lismore Visitor Information Centre always has packs for sale, or you can make your own, so pop in any time and choose some lovely local products for yourself, a friend or a loved one.

The Visitor Information Centre supports over 70 local supplies and artisans and has a range of award winning local coffee, delicious chocolate-coated macadamias, olives and olive oil, rainforest jams and sauces, macadamia muesli, natural body products, handmade candles, jewellery and much more.

The Lismore Visitor Information Centre is right next to Heritage Park on the corner of Molesworth St and Ballina Rd, Lismore. It is open every day from 9.30am to 4pm, or you order a gift pack online at www.visitlismore.

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