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Geelong Wine

Geelong Wine

PO Box 7230, Geelong West, Victoria, 3218
Email: info@winegeelong.com.au
Website: www.winegeelong.com.au

Geelong Wine embraces some of Victoria's best scenery, local produce and touring opportunities in the Great Ocean Road Region. Whether it is the distinctive maritime flavours of The Bellarine, the ancient richness of the Moorabool Valley Wine Region or the rugged, exposed coastline of the Surf Coast, the Geelong Wine Region is united by boutique, family owned winegrowers producing premium quality hand crafted wines. With each sub region and winery displaying their own unique characteristics, visitors are invited to explore the diversity of the Geelong Wine Region's stunning scenery, touring routes and restaurants whilst sampling some of Victoria's finest cellar door experiences. Geelong's family owned boutique operators maximise their wine's potential by hand pruning, hand picking and hand crafting their wines allowing regional characters to develop. Whether you're a visitor enjoying a holiday/short break in the region or if you're a local looking to explore the wineries in your own back yard, the Geelong Region's wineries are a great place to visit.

Queenscliffe Maritime Museum

Queenscliffe Maritime Museum

Wharf St, Queenscliff, Victoria, 3225
Email: info@maritimequeenscliffe.org.au
Website: www.maritimequeenscliffe.org.au
9123406 Phone Number: 61 03 5258 3440
Fax Number: 61 03 5258 3440

The Queenscliffe Maritime Museum was built in 1986 to display Queenscliff's last Lifeboat. Since then, the Museum has expanded to cover the maritime history of Queenscliff and Southern Port Phillip. This history includes the Bay Steamers Weeroona, Hygeia and Ozone. Old post cards of Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale, artefacts from shipwrecks, a display of early diving equipment including a divers suit and helmet air compressor and early scuba equipment. The Museum houses a unique hydrographic model of The Rip which shows the underwater contours at Port Phillip Heads and the shipping channel, a display which tells the fascinating history of the Port Phillip Sea Pilots and a work boat from the Pilot cutter Wyuna. An extensive history of Victorian Lighthouses including flashers, lamps globes and intact fresnel lenses are also displayed. On display are artefacts and a history of the Chinese fishermen, the couta fishermen and a restored Fisherman's Cottage. The boat shed contains the history of the early Queenscliff boat builders, couta boats, boat building tools, outboard and early marine motors and an oar making machine. In the Museum grounds you will discover the heritage listed Fishermen's Waiting Shed from the old fisherman's pier which holds the world renowned ship paintings by Henry Zanoni, the deck house from the Shandon, an iron sailing ship built in 1883. An array of channel markers, buoys and anchors and the hull of the torpedo boat Lonsdale are buried in the grounds of the Museum Museum volunteers conduct tours of Point Lonsdale Lighthouse every Sunday morning between 9.30am and 1.00pm at half hourly intervals (children under five years not admitted). Lighthouse tour bookings can be made on 0419 513 007.

Kids Run Amuk

Kids Run A Muk

24-26 Apparel Close , Breakwater, Victoria, 3219
Email: play@kidsrunamuk.com.au
Website: www.kidsrunamuk.com.au
9158045 Phone Number: 61 03 5229 3499

Finally, a venue where you can really let your Kids Run A Muk! Best of all, their in-house café offers freshly ground coffee, fresh hot and cold meals, and all the uninterrupted conversation you could want. Imagine a soft play area for your kids that doesn't hurt their knees when they are crawling - a place where you know they can run and play without harm. Not only is there a great big area to play in, it is safe and clean and challenging for the older ones too! 0-4 years Separate fenced off toddler area Bike track Ball pool/island Mini soft play structure Climb & slide Padded flooring & walls Soft play items Mini bounce castle Plenty of room for carers to sit, observe or play 4-12 years State of the art playtec equipment 3 Level play structure Inflatable obstacle course Large 3 lane slide Ball pool with ball cleaner Flying fox Webbed up and over bridge 3 Level hump slide Rope bridge Boulder dash Spider bungee maze Planning your child's next birthday party? Parties are Kid's Run a Muk's specialty with five private themed party rooms for an extra special day. Kids Run a Muk welcome mothers groups, playgroups, parenting groups, nannies and children with special needs.

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Brown Grain Thai Restaurant

190 timor st., Warrnambool, Victoria, 3280
Email: browngrain@hotmail.com
Website: www.facebook.com/Browngrain
9167209 Phone Number: 61 03 5562 2576

Enlighten your taste buds with flavours from Thailand, share the spirit of this unique dining experience at Brown Grain Thai Restaurant. Brown Grain Thai Restaurant provides extensive menus range from entrees, soups, curries, stir fries, and desserts made from local products. The popular dishes include cashew nut stir fry with prawns and chicken, Roasted duck curry with tropical fruit, pumpkin curry, highly recommend Angel Prawns, Thai Beef Salad and Thai traditional Pad Thai. A selected menu for special dietary requirements such as Vegetarian, Vegan, and Gluten Free are always available. Brown Grain Thai Restaurant pride themselves on a seasonal menu with local fresh vegetables and products. They also encourage patrons to bring their own wines, which they can match with items from the menu.

Lorne Country Club

Lorne Country Club

Holiday Road, Lorne, Victoria, 3232
Email: lornecc@bigpond.com
Website: www.lornecountryclub.com.au
9155746 Phone Number: 61 03 5289 1267

Experience the Otways at the Lorne Country Club. For golfers, a spectacular nine hole course set in natural bush with sweeping views of the ocean, and for tennis players, six en-tout-cas courts. Visitors are welcome and green fees and tennis court hire fees are low. Golf clubs and tennis racquets are available for hire. Phone for bookings or pop in and book at the bar whilst enjoying a drink and some of the best views on the Great Ocean Road. Memberships are available with annual subscriptions affordable. The Club is only 2km. from the main street of Lorne. Take the Deans Marsh Road and follow the Country Club signs.

Melaleuca Gallery

Melaleuca Gallery

121 Great Ocean Road , Anglesea, Victoria, 3230
Email: slsmith@melaleuca.com.au
Website: www.melaleuca.com.au
9155917 Phone Number: 61 03 5263 1230

Melaleuca Gallery has been a fine art venue for over 20 years. It is located at 121 Great Ocean Road, Anglesea, opposite the river, protected by the ancient Melaleuca trees, after which the gallery has been named. The gallery building was constructed after the first world war as a beach house, to a simple design that makes it ideal for displaying art. The building is in original condition with its character intact. The gallery was established by Sadrene Smith who saw the need for a Fine Art Gallery on the West Coast. The gallery offers a venue for artists from Victoria and interstate the opportunity to exhibit out of the metropolitan area.

Curlewis Winery

Curlewis Winery

55 Navarre Road, Curlewis, Victoria, 3222
Email: curlewiswinery@gmail.com
Website: www.curlewiswinery.com.au
9151697 Phone Number: 61 03 5250 4567

Curlewis Winery offers cellar door sales and tastings by appointment only. Contact to make an appointment. Curlewis winery is situated on the Bellarine Peninsula, near Geelong, one hours drive south-west of Melbourne, Australia. Owners Stefano Marasco and Leesa Freyer produce highly-concentrated, complex, food-friendly wines, using traditional French wine-making principles combined with "new world" techniques.

Gosling Creek Winery

Gosling Creek

Manna Farm, 495 Murroon Road, Murroon, Victoria, 3243
Email: jangreig@iprimus.com.au
Website: www.goslingcreek.com.au
9159795 Phone Number: 61 03 5236 3229
Fax Number: 61 03 5236 3289

Nestled in the stunning Otway Ranges of South Victoria, come celebrate what Gosling Creek Wines have to offer. Gosling Creek flows from the Great Otway National Park through fern gullies and picturesque rolling countryside to the Barwon River. The vineyard is located on the northern slopes, where the maritime influences of Bass Strait make an ideal location for cooler-climate grapes. The Gosling Creek wines range from pinot noir, which was the first set of 2000 vines planted, 10 years ago. Following that there are 2500 Shiraz and 2000 Riesling vines. The cellar door is open on weekends from September to June and everyday in January. Gosling Creek serves light lunches over the warmer months.

Great Escape Books

Great Escape Books

2/75 Great Ocean Road , Aireys Inlet, Victoria, 3231
Email: nicole@greatescapebooks.com.au
Website: www.greatescapebooks.com.au
9155819 Phone Number: 61 03 5289 7052

Great Escape Books' vision is to create a destination in Aireys that customers would love to come to. With this in mind all sections are now expanded, lovely leather couches installed and a great range of T2 teas and Genovese coffee is now available. The coffee table includes readers copies of books they love. They are happy for you to curl up on a couch with a coffee and enjoy these favourites. If you love it, you can grab the new edition off the shelf. The selection is changed each week, so please drop by to spend some time relaxing with a great book and check out what the Book store hopes will become a favourite destination for you and your family. They even have an extensive range of games and toys including Lego, to keep the kids happy.

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.