June 27 2014 - 3:32PM Photos of the week - June 27 facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments Photos of the week - June 27 Warrnambool breakwater from Pickering Point lookout during Tuesday's weather event. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEWarrnambool Indoor Tennis Centre has won an award for its junior tennis program. Pictured: owner Rob Urquhart, Myles Watson, 5, coach Paige Haberfield, Bella Dyson, 7, and coach Josh Hay. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEWangoom milker Paul Huddart works for David Adams. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEA cat tiptoes in the mud at a Wangoom farm. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEViaduct Road was flooded and damaged after the Tuesday storm Picture:LEANNE PICKETTWarrnambool forward Simon O'Keefe puts up a shot over the Melton defence. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEJoel Wright teaching the local Aboriginal language to Warrnambool College students Sam Alberts and John Williams. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTWarrnambool breakwater is having a lighting upgrade. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEWaves crash over the pedestrian walkway heading out to Griffith Island in Port Fairy. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEDennington's Brandon Edwards applies some body pressure to Allansford's Josh Brown. Picture: ROB GUNSTONENoah Burgess, 3, and Hudson Greene, 4, enjoy playing in the Honey Pot Childcare Centre's igloo made from recycled milk bottles. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTAidan Nicolson, Eric Read or Ecka & Sparky, Donna Read and Damian Farley are excited for Friday's Mystery Box Comedy Night. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTThe Shipwreck Junior Team will compete in the Australian Allstar Cheerleading Federation Winter Fest Competition, including Jarrah Sharp, Briea McLachlan, Kaneisha Dunn, Hannah Unwin, Lily Farley, Paige Brisbane, Ywomo Ajang, Daniella Ajang, Miah Laurie, Indianna Baulch, Myla Attrill and Ava van Rooy. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTSnorkelers (back l-r) Grant Dodds, Warrnambool, Marg O'Toole, Port Campbell, Ben Boyer, Narrawong, (front l-r) Wendy Albury, Hampton, and Julianne Stuart, Elwood, take to Stingray Bay, in Warrnambool, as part of a Reef Watch exploration of the Merri Marine Sanctuary. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEWarrnambool footballer Jackson Bell tackles South Warrnambool's Sam Thomas. Picture: DAMIAN WHITETerang Mortlake's Jarryd Hay and Portland's Matt Kelly. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEWild weather at the breakwater. Picture: VICKY HUGHSONThe Refugee Week concert was held at Mozart Hall, as Mali Lual, 5, Ruby Rushbrook, 5, Cigi Lual, 7, and Olive Adams, 8, enjoy popcorn and fairy floss. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEWarrnambool Languages School co-owner Olivia Cain-Rojas at a party hosted for the students. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEKolora-Noorat wing attack Laura Bourke takes the ball under pressure from Merrivale centre Elisha Carter. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEWarrnambool Surf Lifesaving Club members after their Winter Solstice Swim. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEStella Bridgewater, 11, Annelli Cook, 11, and Paddy O'Brien, 13, dressed up and ready for the Winter Solstice Swim. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEHarrison Kilpatrick, 11, and Zac Norton, 10, both of Warrnambool, are ready to take part in the 2.5km junior run joint project between Warrnambool Athletics Club and Warrnambool Little Athletics Club, to be held at Jetty Flat. Picture: ROB GUNSTONETired but proud, the participants in the Make a Wish walk finish off in Portland. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEMerrivale's Alister Porter kicks clear of a group of Kolora-Noorat players. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEMinister for Higher Education and Skills Nick Wakeling, CEO South West Local Learning and Brauer College principal Jane Boyle. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTPremier Denis Napthine with fisheries officers Cameron McCallum and Charlie Cooper, onboard the new Fisheries boat "Doris". Picture: ROB GUNSTONEDeakin University netball player Melissa Burt with her son Kobe,16 months, of Mortlake. Picture: ANGELA MILNEArtist Bianca Hester and curator Bridget Crone take part in the Cinemas Project using Sonic Objects in Warrnambool at the venue of the old Warrnambool drive-in. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTTerang Mortlake goal attack Brittney Hyland and goal shooter Joanna Couch try to beat Portland goal keeper Laura Kelly to the ball. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEWarrnambool CWA branch member Deanne Evans holding some of the scarfs she is judging at the CWA South Western Group social day 2014 at Allansford Hall. Picture: ANGELA MILNEMeat Barn manager and butcher Glenn Claridge holding Black Angus sausages which won a gold, and sausage maker Corey McDonald holding Italian Pork, which also won a gold at the Sausage King Awards. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTPremier Denis Napthine, Minister Gordon Rich-Phillips Aviation Minister and Airport Advisory Committee member Cr Rob Askew at the announcement of an upgrade for Warrnbambool Airport's grass airstrip. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTMissing Warrnambool fisherman Adrian Rodgers' boat was found and taken back to the wharf at Port Fairy. Picture: ANGELA MILNETerang athlete Sam Hutchinson is heading off on a sports tour of Canada. Picture: VICKY HUGHSONRebecca Kimura with Esther Kimura, 18 months, Oliver Kimura, 3, Premier Denis Napthine and Wannon Water director Russell Worland Wanon Water are pleased to be reducing water bills. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTA bluestone memorial was put up in preparation for the St Brigid's Church centenary on June 29. Pictured l-r St Brigids centenary committee members Mick Lane and Gerry O'Brien. Picture: VICKY HUGHSONA cherry picker at the Warrnambool Botanical Gardens collects pine cones from the historic lone pine tree. 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