Now being around 5,000 years old I’ve seen the odd Christmas ‘do’ come and go at Thompson Beach. I was watching when that delinquent gang of triceratops from Dublin kept chasing Santa and stopped him from landing here. Continue reading →
It’s that time of the year when the number of visitors to Thompson Beach picks up. So too do the number of vehicles seriously bogged on the town’s beaches and tidal flats. Continue reading →
Once again the place to be for the running of the Melbourne Cup was the Thompson Beach Community Shed. Continue reading →
The Thompson Beach Progress Association committee meeting for October 2018 was held on the 11th of the month. Download the minutes here (PDF).
It’s that time of the year again when migratory shorebirds are increasing in numbers at Thompson Beach – and it’s always a brilliant sight to see. Continue reading →
The Thompson Beach Progress Association committee meeting for September was held on the 13th of the month. Download the minutes here (PDF).
The latest Shorebirds Bulletin was delivered around Thompson Beach yesterday – the following is TBPA Chair Ian Tefler’s contribution to the September issue, plus a link to the full Bulletin. Continue reading →
Many Thompson Beach residents would be quite familiar with thunder-like sounds coming from the north from time to time. This isn’t nature putting on a show, but activity at Proof Range. Continue reading →
PIRSA Fisheries officers have fined a group who were allegedly found with close to 100 undersized blue swimmer crabs at Thompson Beach. Continue reading →
One of the main attractions of tai chi for people who are older than 40 is that it combines with equilibrium to help prevent falls, by strengthening the lower half of the body and promoting better balance. Continue reading →