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Old Geelong Gaol

Old Geelong Gaol

Corner Myers & Swanston St, Geelong, Victoria, 3220
Email: info@oldgeelonggaol.org.au
Website: www.geelonggaol.org.au
9133433 Phone Number: 61 03 5221 8292
Fax Number: 61 03 5221 6992

The Old Geelong Gaol museum has a great variety of displays that tell the history of the gaol and visitors get hands on experience of the harsh conditions prisoners and staff endured at the facility Open from 1pm - 4pm Saturdays, Sundays, school and public holidays, Visitors can experience solitary confinement cells, get a taste of prison life, meet some infamous figures who have spent time at the gaol and see the original hallows.

White Fisheries

White Fisheries

1/35 Murradoc Road , Drysdale, Victoria, 3222
Email: sales@whitefisheries.com.au
Website: www.whitefisheries.com.au
9156417 Phone Number: 61 03 5251 2496

White Fisheries recently opened a new purpose built seafood factory in the centre of the Bellarine at Drysdale, a 15 minute drive from Geelong. The facility caters for numerous wholesale customers and also for the discerning retail shopper. A gleaming fresh fish display greets the customer filled with freshly shucked oysters, prawns, marinara, crayfish,mussels and a vast array of fresh local fish from Port Phillip Bay just to name a few. Developing a reputation for quality fresh fish at affordable prices has been supported by a number of local fisherman over the years and continues to be the backbone of the business. The retail outlet is open to the public Monday to Friday from 9-5 and Saturdays from 9-12.

The Main entrance

Timboon Railway Shed Distillery

1 Bailey St, Timboon, Victoria, 3268
Email: info@timboondistillery.com.au
Website: www.timboondistillery.com.au
9128063 Phone Number: 61 03 5598 3555

The Timboon Railway Shed Distillery is just 15 minutes from The Great Ocean Road, The 12 Apostles and Port Campbell. The building has been sensitively restored to achieve both a modern and rustic ambience. A 600 litre copper pot still bubbles away in the corner distilling award winning Single Malt Whisky, Vodka, Schnapps and other classic spirits. Visitors are most welcome to sample some of the spirits, talk to the Distiller, and learn about the art of distilling and of the local illicit distilling history. The Shed also serves as the central hub for local produce in the area. Over 13 local producers within a 20 kilometre radius supply the shed with their goods. Smoked Eel, honey, ice cream, strawberries, ales and wines, cheese and Belgian chocolates are just some of the products available. The menu in the 70 seat restaurant reflects the abundance of local produce too. Ample parking for cars and coaches, excellent clean toilet facilities are provided along with easy ramped wheelchair access. A rewarding visit.

Studio with ocean view

Robert Ulmann Studio

440 Hopkins Point Road, Allansford, Victoria, 3277
Email: eubalena@westvic.com.au
9147631 Phone Number: 61 03 5565 1444

The Robert Ulmann Studio features work by the noted wildlife artist and his daughter Justine, a botanical artist. On open farmland overlooking the famous whale nursery, the studio is situated four kilometres directly east of the Hopkins River Bridge at Warrnambool. Please close the gate behind you. A fine selection of original watercolours, ink, linocuts, acrylics and oils are available, as well as prints, cards and whale charts. Most works are matted but unframed, and easily packed for safe travel. Robert Ulmann studied sculpture and painting in Zurich before emigrating to Canada where he initiated handicraft programs for Inuit in isolated settlements across the central Arctic, later working in a similar capacity with Pitjanjatjara people west of Uluru. He made extensive field trips here and overseas, exhibited widely with many awards, appeared on the cover of Telstra's white pages and of "Australian Artist," and was the subject of the ABC documentary "A Brush with Nature." In 2001 his work was included in Penny Olsen's book "Feather and Brush: Three centuries of Australian Bird Art" (the book was dedicated to Robert) and more recently in "Inspiration Wild" a portfolio of wildlife painting produced in conjunction with fundraising for the Wildlife Art Museum of Australia. The invitation to the 2014 launch featured Rob's painting of an echidna. Robert's daughter, Justine, having completed a Ph.D at Melbourne University on the depiction of insects in Japanese Rimpa painting, is continuing the Ulmann family tradition of painting the natural world. She studied botanical illustration at the Royal Botanic Gardens with Dianne Emery, and has her own small studio and gallery, Ulmann Art on Canning Street in Carlton, just north of the Exhibition Buildings and Museum.

Gentle Annie Berry Gardens

Gentle Annie Berry Gardens

520 Pennyroyal Valley Road, Deans Marsh, Victoria, 3235
Email: gentleannie3@bigpond.com
Website: www.gentleannie.com.au
9157724 Phone Number: 61 03 5236 3391

Nestled in the picturesque Pennyroyal Valley near Deans Marsh; Gentle Annie Berry Gardens look forward to welcoming you and your family to their berry farm. Spend time wandering the farm picking a variety of berries and orchard fruit, or simply drop in for a coffee and piece of cake, Devonshire tea, lunch or afternoon tea in the licensed cafe. Gluten free and dairy free offered on menu. When possible Gentle Annie choose to use organic produce and products. Our suppliers are local including the wines, beers and ciders. In the produce shop you will find a variety of Gentle Annie's jams, chutney's, sorbets and a selection of local produce.

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.

Portuguese Trts

Saltbush Fine Foods

44 Hesse Street, Queenscliff, Victoria, 3225
Email: info@saltbushfinefoods.com.au
9162853 Phone Number: 61 03 5258 4829

Saltbush Fine Foods is an eclectic mix of all things food. It hosts a provedore featuring local produce such as olive oils, tomatoes, lettuce, honey and condiments. As well as products from further a field such as truffle oil, Italian pasta & sauces and much more. The Cafe serves all meals from 9.30am to 4pm and is famous for its crispy pittas which include roast beef, caramelised onion and parmesan with mustard mayo and salad leaves. There are daily tarts made and served with salad and plenty of sweet options including the ever so popular Portuguese custard tarts baked daily in-store. In winter the open fire creates a lovely atmosphere and one which the locals love, and over the warmer months there is plenty of alfresco seating in the quaint Hobsons Street.

Cape Otway Lightstation
T-QUAL Accredited

Cape Otway Lightstation

1140 Lightstation Road, via Great Ocean Rd, Cape Otway, Victoria, 3233
Email: keeper@lightstation.com
Website: www.lightstation.com
9139477 Phone Number: 61 03 5237 9240
Fax Number: 61 03 5237 9245

Cape Otway Lightstation is Australia's most important lighthouse. The Light established in 1848 is perched on towering sea cliffs 90 metres above where Bass Straight and Southern Ocean collide. Experience the thrill of stepping out onto the Lighthouse Balcony for awesome views, and hear the amazing history of tragic shipwrecks on this isolated and rugged coastline from the passionate Guides. Explore the historic Telegraph Station from 1859 and discover Australia's extraordinary secret war history from WW2. Appreciate and understand local Aboriginal Culture at the Aboriginal Cultural Site, with stories from local guides. Visitors can also enjoy bush tucker, spear throwing, painting and many other activities. Watch whales at play and soak up the natural beauty and atmosphere for a few hours or stay overnight in the unique, historic Lightkeepers accommodation. Ideally suited to families, groups, couples or friends. B&B or longer stays. Cape Otway Lightstation is an excellent location to base yourself, being a highlight of the Great Ocean Road and at the centre of the Great Ocean Walk. Fantastic fishing, swimming, waterfalls and walks are nearby. The Lightkeeper's Wife's Cafe offers coffee, homemade scones and local produce all made fresh on site. The Café is located in the original Assistant Lightkeeper's cottage, with a painting and photo gallery including fascinating historic audio stories of lightkeeper's wives and children. Free wifi and daily newspapers. Discover the coast on the Lightkeeper's Shipwreck Discovery Tour, running daily. Walk in the footsteps of lightkeepers along the Great Ocean Walk with experienced and knowledgeable local guides. Located a short drive off the Great Ocean Road, through serene forests where you are guaranteed to see koalas.

Generic Parks Victoria - Kelp

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.

Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery

Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery

520 Corangamite Lake Road, Cororooke, Victoria, 3254
Email: info@redrockarts.org.au
Website: www.redrockarts.org.au
9182305 Phone Number: 61 03 5233 1030

Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery is a not for profit organisation based in a former church, in the small regional community of Cororooke in South West Victoria. It is managed and staffed solely by volunteers since it's opening in September 2011. Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery mission is to provide a low cost, state of the art venue for Theatrical and Musical performance. The Gallery exhibits the work of artists from south-west Victoria. The Gallery reflects the charm of its rural location, whilst preserving this historic space for artwork display. The Gallery provides diverse exhibitions of artwork and aims to develop supportive and professional networks within and beyond the region. It is staffed and managed by local artists and community members to provide opportunities for established, new and emerging artists to exhibit their work in a supportive, professional environment. Carolyn Theatre provides a venue for performances of exceptional quality. Refer to website for news and upcoming events and entry prices.