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Port Fairy
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Port Fairy Visitor Information Centre

Railway Place, Bank St, Port Fairy, Victoria, 3284
Email: vic@moyne.vic.gov.au
Website: www.visitportfairy-moyneshire.com.au
9103928 Phone Number: 61 03 5568 2682
Fax Number: 61 03 5568 2833

Port Fairy is one of Victoria's most historic towns. There are over 50 buildings classified by the National Trust. However the town is not just about the past, there are beautiful beaches for swimming and fishing, lots of festivals and events including the famous Port Fairy Folk Festival held each March, and wonderful walking tracks that criss-cross the town. Restaurants and cafe's line the streets, many in historic buildings and a range of accommodation is available with beautiful, shady caravan parks, houses, cottages and units, delightful B&B's and motels. Port Fairy has a wonderful 18 hole links golf course consistently rated as one of Victoria's best. Other sports well catered for include bowls, cricket and Aussie rules football in the winter months. A new indoor heated pool will help you keep fit during the cooler months. Artists find the area inspiring and many have made their home here, visit the studios or purchase from one of the galleries dotted around the town. Port Fairy is part of the Moyne Shire region which in turn is part of one of the largest volcanic plains in the world. Five minutes drive east of Port Fairy is Tower Hill Reserve, this is the volcanic remains of a nested maar volcano and is an area of significant geological interest. Nearby at Macarthur the dormant volcano Mt Eccles forms the nucleus of a National Park with lovely walking tracks, a beautiful crater lake and an abundance of koalas. Camping is allowed in the park for a nominal fee. If gem fossicking is of interest then fossick at the Mount Shadwell Quarry for the semi precious stone olivine which is also known as peridot.

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Casterton Visitor Information Centre

3 Racecourse Road, Casterton, Victoria, 3311
Email: castertonvic@glenelg.vic.gov.au
Website: www.casterton.org.au/
9103905 Phone Number: 61 03 5581 2070
Fax Number: 61 03 5581 2405

Casterton Visitor Information Centre is nestled in the Red Gum valley of the Glenelg River, Western Victoria. Casterton is centrally situated to the wineries of the Coonawarra, the Grampians National Park, Portland and The Great Ocean Road and Mount Gambier's famous Blue Lake. Locally, Casterton offers historical buildings, including Warrrock Homestead station, and unique geographical attractions. Casterton is recognised as the birthplace of the Kelpie breed of dog and celebrates this each June long weekend with the Kelpie Muster, Festival and Working Dog Auction. Casterton Visitor Information Centre has local crafts, Kelpie merchandise available. Please contact Casterton Visitor Information Centre for further information and make the Casterton Visitor Information Centre your first stop, when going through the Grampians countryside.

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Queenscliffe Visitor Information Centre

55 Hesse St, Queenscliff, Victoria, 3225
Email: info.centre@queenscliffe.vic.gov.au
Website: www.queenscliffe.vic.gov.au/for-visitors
9105884 Phone Number: 61 03 5258 4843
Fax Number: 61 03 5258 3726

Welcome to the Queenscliffe Visitor Information Centre. Located in Queenscliff, the Centre services both Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale, and open from 9am to 5pm every day. For all your travel needs contact the friendly staff. They offer a wide range of services, including expert advice on the local area, accommodation referral, internet access, heritage tours, and local ticket and souvenir sales. The staff at the Queenscliffe Visitor Information Centre will gladly help you choose from a wide range of accommodation options. Whether you be looking for grand hotels, cosy olde-world cottages, modern luxurious apartments or a holiday with the family, they have accommodation to suit your needs and budget. Call them for available properties when you are next planning your Queenscliff getaway. Queenscliff is the jewel of the Bellarine Peninsula. As one of Victoria's premier coastal towns with unique environmental, heritage and urban attractions, it is an iconic destination with natural assets such as the bay, seaside beaches, spectacular views, lakes and wetlands. Queenscliff is abundant with natural beauty and birdlife, lovely beach walks and serene vistas from one of the many lookouts and observation tower. In addition, the classic shops, hotels, and restaurants, and state of the art marina make it an ideal holiday destination. Visit the historic Fort Queenscliff, learn about the wonders of the underwater world at the Marine and Freshwater Discovery Centre, hear heroic tales of bravery at the Maritime Museum and learn about years gone by at the Queenscliffe Historical Museum. Queenscliff is a destination in its own right and is also the gateway to the beautiful Bellarine Peninsula, spectacular Great Ocean Road, Mornington Peninsula and Philip Island. It is accessible by road along the Bellarine Highway or by sea from the Mornington Peninsula via the Searoad ferry service.

Great Ocean Road Region

Nelson Visitor Information Centre

Leake St, Nelson, Victoria, 3292
Email: nelsonvic@hotkey.net.au
9105681 Phone Number: 61 08 8738 4051
Fax Number: 61 08 8738 4356

Nelson Visitor Centre is open seven days a week and can assist with a variety of services. - Parks Victoria campsite bookings for Lower Glenelg and Discovery Bay Coastal Park, and Park Notes for a number of other National Parks. - General Visitor Information for Nelson including accommodation options and activities in the region. - Public Internet and Email Access. - Maps and Brochures for both Victorian and South Australian Destinations. - A good selection of souvenirs. - Fishing and Boating Regulations for both South Australia and Victoria. - Information and Maps for walkers on the Great South West Walk. - Canoeing Information for the Glenelg River, - Information for new residents, including information and a range of Glenelg Shire Council forms.

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Portland Visitor Information Centre

Lee Breakwater Road, Portland, Victoria, 3305
Email: portlandvic@glenelg.vic.gov.au
Website: www.glenelg.vic.gov.au
9103940 Phone Number: 61 03 5522 2135
Fax Number: 61 03 5522 2290

Discover a wealth of information about Portland and the Discovery Coast region at Portland Visitor Information Centre. Located at the Western end of the Great Ocean Road, the Portland Visitor Information Centre not only can provide you with great idea for your holiday but they also have the Maritime Discovery Centre within the Information Centre. The region boasts rich maritime history, and inspiring natural attractions. The region's towns include historic Portland, scenic Cape Bridgewater, Cape Nelson and the quaint village of Nelson and the rural towns of Casterton, Heywood and Dartmoor. The friendly staff can assist with all your holiday planning needs, including accommodation and activities. Come visit them or contact them today.

Free activities for the whole family
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12 Apostles Visitor Information Centre - Port Campbell

26 Morris St, Port Campbell, Victoria, 3269
Email: pcvic@corangamite.vic.gov.au
Website: www.visit12apostles.com.au
9105694 Phone Number: 61 13 0013 7255
Fax Number: 61 03 5598 6088

Local, regional and state wide information to help you make the most of your stay. The 12 Apostles Visitor Information Centre specialises in tailoring itineraries to suit the needs of individuals and industry. Contact to find just the right property for a romantic getaway, a haven for the family or make use of the vacancy reporting to check on availability in peak times. Ask about the fabulous and free award winning Craters to Coast Discovery program. Borrow an eight inch Newtonian Reflector telescope, binoculars or delight the kids with activities like Wind Hunter and Crater Quest. Visitors are invited to view the wonderful display of artefacts from local wrecks including the Loch Ard, Schomberg, Fiji, Falls of Halladale and Newfield. Read the stories and connect to the tales of heroism and tragedy that are woven into the very fabric of the region. The Visitor Information Centre chronicles the region daily on social media with daily insights and spectacular regional photography. Looking for a special souvenir or gift to remember your trip by? Or perhaps a shipwreck book to curl up and read with a glass of local red? Call in and see them in Port Campbell and let the friendly staff show you why there is so much more than just 12 reasons to stay. Together they will create a holiday to remember from craters to coast, rainforest to rolling hills and lakes to luscious treats.

Geelong and Great Ocean Road Visitor Information Centre
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Geelong and Great Ocean Road Visitor Information Centre

Princess Hwy, Little River, Victoria, 3211
Email: info@tourismgeelongbellarine.com.au
Website: www.visitgeelongbellarine.com.au
9103937 Phone Number: 61 03 5283 1735

Visitors to Geelong, Bellarine Peninsula and the Great Ocean Road should make the Geelong and Great Ocean Road Visitor Information Centre their first stop! Located on the Princes Highway at the BP Service Station, just before the Avalon Airport Exit, the Geelong and Great Ocean Road Visitor Information Centre is an ideal place to plan your Great Ocean Road journey. The friendly volunteers have extensive knowledge of this region and can provide you with maps and visitor guides, as well as the best advice to ensure you get the best out of your trip!

Wool Museum
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Geelong Visitor Information Centre

26 Moorabool St, Geelong, Victoria, 3220
Email: info@tourismgeelongbellarine.com.au
Website: www.visitgeelongbellarine.com
9103933 Phone Number: 61 03 5222 2900

Visitors to Geelong, Bellarine Peninsula and Great Ocean Road should be sure to make the Geelong Visitor Information Centre a "must stop" on their itinerary. Located in the National Wool Museum and close to Geelong's spectacular Waterfront, the friendly volunteers can help you plan your visit to the region including Geelong, Bellarine Peninsula and Great Ocean Road. They have extensive knowledge of this region and can provide you with maps and visitor guides, as well as the best advice to ensure you get the most out of your trip!

Touring the Great Ocean Road
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Lorne Visitor Centre

15 Mountjoy Pde, Lorne, Victoria, 3232
Email: lornevic@surfcoast.vic.gov.au
Website: www.visitsurfcoast.com
9105680 Phone Number: 61 03 5289 1152
Fax Number: 61 03 5289 2492

The Lorne Visitor Information Centre provides accommodation information, travel itineraries and local attractions advice, local services and facilities guidance, directional information maps and brochures and a retail outlet offering local produce and souvenirs. Discounted attraction tickets are also available. The friendly staff here are wanting to inform you so your visit to Lorne will be as memorable as possible.

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Torquay Visitor Information Centre

Surf City Plaza, Beach Rd, Torquay, Victoria, 3228
Email: torquayvic@surfcoast.vic.gov.au
Website: www.visitgreatoceanroad.org.au/torquay/visitor-information
9103949 Phone Number: 61 03 5261 4219
Fax Number: 61 03 5261 4756

Home to world famous Bells Beach and the birth place of iconic surf brands, Torquay is the surfing capital of Australia. Located 95 kilometres South West of Melbourne, it is the official start of the Great Ocean Road. Whether you need a relaxing escape by the ocean or adrenaline pumping adventure is your thing, you can do it in Torquay. Board shorts aren't just the dress code in Torquay, they were invented here. The Torquay Visitor Information Centre has a fantastic range of fact sheets, maps and brochures available to help you experience the town, the Great Ocean Road and the rest of the Surf Coast. Drop in or call for more information on the region and help with planning your holiday. There is also a gift shop featuring a wide range of souvenirs and surf memorabilia.