Nytha Peart and Puddy Chandler.
Nytha Peart and Puddy Chandler. Contributed

Nytha says goodbye to the Injune Visitor Information Centre

AFTER volunteering for 14 years at the Injune Visitor Information Centre, Arcadia Valley’s Nytha Peart is retiring.

Ms Peart said she has thoroughly enjoyed her time volunteering and meeting people from all over the world.

She said: “Some days you don’t stop assisting visitors all day and on other days you may only sell a few stamps, but there is always something that makes the journey worthwhile.”

The Injune District Tourism Association hosted morning tea for Nytha on her last day of volunteering on Wednesday.

Ms Peart, accompanied by her husband Robert, told many stories from her past.

She was the youngest female in the Arcadia Valley at the time of settlement and now classes herself as the ‘oldest lady’ in the Valley, having lived there for over 53 years.

Anyone interested in volunteering at the Injune VIC should drop in.


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