The stunning view from the Eimeo Pacific Hotel. Picture: Rae Wilson
The stunning view from the Eimeo Pacific Hotel. Picture: Rae Wilson

My Town to delve into hidden charm of stunning Eimeo

ITS name is fiercely corrected by anyone who knows it’s “eye-me-oh” and that’s just one part of its charm.

But there’s certainly more to Eimeo and the Northern Beaches and that’s what the Daily Mercury’s My Town initiative is keen to find out more about.

Eimeo is the first of the sprawling Northern Beaches suburbs to host the My Town, supported by Mackay Regional Council, but it will not be the last.

The series is a chance for residents to share their concerns and successes about their area, to celebrate community champions or raise issues the public should know about.

My Town is about telling the stories of Mackay and surrounds that matter to you.
My Town is about telling the stories of Mackay and surrounds that matter to you.

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Reporter Zizi Averill will join Mackay councillor Michelle Green at the Eimeo Pacific Hotel from 10.30am – noon Tuesday.

Zizi is keen to meet with residents, to share your stories and find out what makes your community tick.

Daily Mercury Journalist Zizi Averill. Picture: Tony Martin
Daily Mercury Journalist Zizi Averill. Picture: Tony Martin

Get in touch on email at zizi.averill@news.com.au or drop her a line on 0447 384 105.

Two weeks later, on Tuesday, October 6, reporter Heidi Petith will head to Eton to meet with locals there.

If you have a destination in mind, or a suggestion about where My Town should set up, drop me an email at news@dailymercury.com.au