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Enfield State Park

Enfield State Park

Ballarat - Colac Rd, Enfield, Victoria, 3352
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/enfield-state-park

Now a haven for wildlife, Enfield State parks was once dominated by tents and diggers from around the world during Victoria's gold rush. Visit the park in spring and be rewarded by colourful and unusual wildflowers. Picnics Picnic facilities are available at the Surface Point picnic area and at Enfield picnic area. Remote Long Gully, which can be reached by vehicle or on foot from Surface Point, also has a picnic ground. You should bring your own firewood, as it is not always available locally. Walking The park features many walking tracks of various lengths and terrain. A circuit walking track with side tracks to Enfield and Bald Hills provides long distance walking while shorter walks are available around Surface Point and Long Gully. Horse riding Horses can be ridden on formed vehicle tracks open for public use but must not be taken on walking tracks. Camping Facilities are provided at Surface Point, and while bush camping is permitted, remember fires can only be lit in fireplaces provided. Campers are not required to book sites or pay fees for camping in Enfield State Park. Mountain bike riding An increasingly popular activity, many opportunities exist for bike riders to experience the park. Bicycles are not permitted on walking tracks, but tracks are available for use. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

Event Venue

Terindah Estate

90 McAdams Ln, Bellarine, Victoria, 3221
Email: hello@terindahestate.com
Website: www.terindahestate.com
9139647 Phone Number: 61 03 5251 5536

As you drive down McAdams Lane to the entrance of Terindah Estate, you gain glimpses of the breathtaking views awaiting you. Terindah Estate is a boutique winery situated on the Bellarine Peninsula in Victoria, Australia. Terindah is the place for anyone interested in visiting a vineyard with award-winning wines, delicious food and stunning architectural event spaces. Terindah Estate is open seven days a week, 10am to 4pm, for brunch, lunch and wine tastings. The indoor and outdoor spaces on Terindah Estate provide a variety of flexible options for weddings, conferences and corporate functions. The Event Venue exploits the uninterrupted views across Corio Bay to Geelong and across Port Phillip Bay to Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula. Visit one of Victoria's most exciting venues. Taste delicious wine and food, see the mussel farmers in the local waters, take a stroll through the fig trees or the vines and experience Terindah Estate. There is no escape from the beauty, as per its name, Terindah translates to 'most beautiful' in Indonesian.

Brisbane Ranges National Park

Brisbane Ranges National Park

Staughton Vale Rd, Staughton Vale, Victoria, 3221
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/brisbane-ranges-national-park

Little more than an hour's drive from Melbourne takes you to the state's richest wildflower habitat. Set in a low range of mountains dissected by rocky gullies, the unusual geology of the Brisbane Ranges National Park has preserved plants that have long since vanished from other parts of the region. There are a number of options for bushwalking ranging from short walks to three-day walks. This park is also popular for picnicking, scenic drives and camping. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

Marine Discovery Centre

Marine and Freshwater Discovery Centre

2A Bellarine Hwy, Queenscliff, Victoria, 3225
Email: marine.discovery@depi.vic.gov.au
Website: www.depi.vic.gov.au/fishing-and-hunting/marine-and-freshwater-discovery-centre
9163977 Phone Number: 61 03 5258 3344
Fax Number: 61 03 5258 1435

The Marine and Freshwater Discovery Centre (MFDC) is part of Fisheries Victoria, it promotes sustainability and conservation by increasing awareness and understanding of the marine and freshwater environment. Located on the shores of Swan Bay in Queenscliff approximately one and half hours from Melbourne, the centre provides a unique location to learn about the plants and animals that inhabit Victoria's coastal, marine and freshwater environments. The MFDC aims to create an awareness of the issues concerning Victorian fisheries, recreational fishing and the marine and freshwater environment. This is a key concern of the Department of Environment and Primary Industries. The MFDC Queenscliff provides education services that aim to do just this. The MFDC provides curriculum-based education for early childhood, school and tertiary groups as well as programs for the general community. In addition the MFDC offers a number of specialised programs such as volunteer training. Facilities include an aquarium, student laboratory, classroom and resource room and we are also ideally located for field activities being surrounded by a diverse range of habitats including rocky shores, mudflats, salt marshes, seagrass meadows, mangroves, sand dunes and temperate reefs. The majority of activities are conducted in Marine National Parks and Sanctuaries.

Cheese Tasting

Cheese World and Museum

5330 Great Ocean Rd, Allansford, Victoria, 3277
Email: kimk@wcbf.com.au
Website: www.cheeseworld.com.au
9136231 Phone Number: 61 03 5565 3190
Fax Number: 61 03 6531 3128

Cheese World promotes the local dairy industry through offering tastings and sales of award winning cheddar cheeses produced across the road at the Warrnambool Cheese and Butter Factory. The aim of the business is to promote local gourmet products to the visitors who stop here on their way along the Great Ocean Road. Educational information on the local dairy industry both past and present is offered through a modern cheese making video filmed in the factory and a walk back in time through the local history museum. The museum houses artefacts, photos and personal items belonging to early local dairy farming families. The factory was first established on this site in 1888 and has continued to grow to become a major contributor to the local economy. The Cheese Museum shows the history of the company and the local dairy industry. Enjoy lunch or a snack in the licensed cafe. Cheese platters and ploughman's lunches are a speciality. In the 2010 Dairy Industry Australia Association Dairy Product Competitions, the factory collected three major national awards. The coveted Chair Hansen cup and trophy which recognises the highest scoring cheddar cheese and the Tetra Pak Perpetual trophy for the highest aggregate score for cheddar cheese. Pepper and garlic was named the best flavoured cheese in Victoria, the cheddar won the Kraft Perpetual shield and trophy and the Cheese Museum won the J Sharkey Memorial Trophy for the best vintage cheddar. The Sungold fresh milk was acknowledged as the best in Victoria by taking out the DIAA Victoria Milk award. Warrnambool vintage cheddar won Australia's best vintage cheese award in the 2011 DIAA Grand Dairy Awards. Commendation award 2010 ABC Radio National Regional Museum Awards. Free hourly cheese tastings.

Discovery Bay Marine National Park

Discovery Bay Coastal Park

Portland Nelson Rd, Mount Richmond, Victoria, 3305
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/discovery-bay-coastal-park

This remote coastal park protects 55km of ocean beach. Inland, the park encompasses high coastal cliffs, huge rolling sand dunes and freshwater lakes and swamps. Coastal vegetation and wildlife thrive. Enjoy remote camping, walks and canoeing. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

Great Otway National Park

Great Otway National Park

Great Ocean Rd, Lorne, Victoria, 3232
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/great-otway-national-park

The Great Otway National Park stretches from Torquay through to Princetown and up through the Otways hinterland towards Colac. The park features rugged coastlines, sandy beaches, rock platforms and windswept heathland. In the north, the park features tall forests, ferny gullies, magnificent waterfalls and tranquil lakes. Walking The Great Ocean Walk, stretches 91 kms from the idyllic resort town of Apollo Bay to Glenample Homestead (adjacent to the 12 Apostles). It passes through the National Park and overlooks the Marine National Park. The walk has been designed so that walkers can 'step on and step off' the trail at a number of places, completing short, day or overnight hikes. Horse riding and mountain biking Experience and enjoy the natural environment on horse back or on a mountain bike. A permit is required for horse riders to ride in the National Park and Parks Victoria staff can assist you with this. The formed roads and tracks provide ideal trails for these active endeavours. Picnicking and camping Picnic opportunities abound, with lovely settings at many of the waterfalls as well as Blanket Leaf, Sheoak, Distillery Creek, Moggs Creek, Paradise, Melba Gully, Shelly Beach, Triplet Falls and Blanket Bay to name a few. There are excellent camping opportunities throughout the Parks. Whether you are looking for a family friendly place to park your caravan or a solitary night under the stars there's something to cater to every need. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

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Barwon Bluff Marine Sanctuary

Bluff Rd, Barwon Heads, Victoria, 3227
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/barwon-bluff-marine-sanctuary

Located near the mouth of Barwon River, Barwon Bluff Marine Sanctuary protects 17ha of predominately composed of reef. The eastern half of the reef is basalt, formed from lava flow, and is exposed to the flow of the river. The western side is old sandstone and influenced by ocean swell. On the outer edges of the reef are the wrecks of two ships. The variation in conditions across the reef results in the presence of a huge diversity of plants and animals. Visitors can see anything from feather stars and barnacles to rock lobsters, rays and schools of fish. Bull Kelp, sandstone arches and sponge gardens create a fascinating and complex underwater world. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

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Marengo Reefs Marine Sanctuary

Great Ocean Rd, Marengo, Victoria, 3233
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/marengo-reefs-marine-sanctuary

Just past Apollo Bay, off the world famous Great Ocean Road, Marengo Reefs Marine Sanctuary protects 12ha of ocean waters. About 150m offshore, this sanctuary protects a reef system known as Little Henty Reef. Two sections of the reef, the inner and outer reef, are usually exposed and separated by a narrow channel known as 'The Gap'. Composed of sandstone they support wonderful intertidal and subtidal reefs which are packed with sea life. Visitors exploring the intertidal reef may come across many invertebrates including sea snails, tubeworms and abalone. In slightly deeper waters there are beautiful seaweed gardens including towering Bull Kelp forests and beds of delicate green and red species. Between the two small islands, calmer waters support colourful soft corals, sponge gardens and sea urchins. The diverse range of habitats provides resources for a huge range of species including Australian Fur Seals, schools of Zebra Fish and many species of wrasse. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

Mount Richmond National Park

Mount Richmond National Park

Portland Nelson Rd, Gorae West, Victoria, 3305
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/mount-richmond-national-park

Mount Richmond is an extinct volcano surrounded by low, flat land. The volcano is covered with a layer of sand blown inland long ago from Discovery Bay. With spectacular spring wildflowers and abundant wildlife in unspoilt bushland, Mount Richmond is the perfect place to have a picnic, take a walk or simply drive to the summit and enjoy the magnificent views. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.