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Tambo Valley Honey shop and cafe gets $400,000 through Black Summer Bushfires Local Economic Recovery program
Bruthen will have a new drawcard with the opening of Tambo Valley Honey's shop and cafe according to local MP Darren Chester.
Mr Chester recently inspected the site with owner Ben Murphy (pictured) after the business received $400,000 through the Local Economic Recovery program after the Black Summer Bushfires. "The honey shop and cafe will focus on all things honey and showcase some exceptional local products and produce for visitors to come try and even take home," Mr Chester said.
Darren Chester MP and Bruthen beekeeper Ben Murphy runs Tambo Valley Honey based in East Gippsland with beehive licences through Bruthen, the Buchan Valley and Swifts Creek
New and innovative opportunities
Mr Chester said, "With doors opening to the shop this week and the cafe shortly to follow it is a great opportunity to check out what is on offer and learn about the honey industry."
"Congratulations to Ben and his team, it's fantastic to see locals investing in the region and bringing new and innovative job opportunities to Gippsland." Mr Chester concluded.
Pictures from Darren Chester MP website.
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