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Kiama Visitor Information Centre

Blowhole Point Road, Kiama, New South Wales, 2533
Email: tourism@kiama.com.au
Website: www.kiama.com.au
9112346 Phone Number: 61 02 4232 3322
Fax Number: 61 02 4226 3260

Kiama Visitors Centre is a Level One Accredited Centre that provides comprehensive visitor information. Call into the Visitor Information Centre for information on the local area including accommodation, restaurants and service providers. The centre sells tickets on behalf of local associations, such as the Jazz Club, as well as Premier Motor Service Bookings, Jamberoo Action Park and Illawarra Fly tickets. Accommodation bookings can be made at the Centre or can be booked online on the Kiama website. The centre sells mainly Australian made merchandise and souvenirs including t-shirts, postcards, Kiama branded stationery and books. Information on regional NSW is also available.

Omeo

Omeo Region Visitor Information Centre

Omeo Business Centre, 179 Day Avenue, Omeo, Victoria, 3898
Email: kelliej@egipps.vic.gov.au
Website: www.omeoregion.com.au
9120294 Phone Number: 61 03 5159 1455
Fax Number: 61 03 5159 1425

Set high in the Great Dividing Range, the Omeo Region is one of Victoria's best keep secrets where you can lose yourself in the experience. Whether it's the history of the high country, the promise of adventure, the wide open spaces and big sky, the magic of nature or the wonders of a white winter that attracts you, the Omeo Region has it all. Feast your eyes on beautiful spellbinding vistas, fish or swim in the crystal clear rivers and High Country streams swirling from the mountain crevices, or merely laze away the day on the river bank with a picnic. Shhhh, listen to the sounds of the bush, watch the wildflowers sway in the gentle breeze as the wild brumbies gallop past and keep an eye out for the wildlife as you take an alpine walk. Absorb yourself in Australian folklore and local history as you recall the excitement of the gold mining era and explore historic huts, relics and ghost towns. See where the mountain cattlemen of old ran their stock and penned some of Australia's best known poems. Have a beer with the locals by the open fire at a local pub or meander around one of the many galleries, bookshops or wineries. Enjoy some old fashioned high country hospitality with good food and great coffee or stop by the country horse racing to back a winner.

Maffra Courthouse VIC

Maffra Visitor Information Centre

96 Johnson St, Maffra, Victoria, 3860
Email: Maffra@tourismwellington.com.au
Website: www.tourismwellington.com.au
9108893 Phone Number: 61 03 5141 1811

The Maffra Visitor Information Centre serves this beautiful country town of approximately 5,300 people, situated 220 kilometres east of Melbourne in the Wellington Shire. It is the centre of the rich Macalister agricultural, pastoral and dairying irrigation area. Situated on the Macalister River, this friendly town with its delightful tree-lined main street has a great deal to offer those who visit this area. The Maffra Visitor Information Centre is housed in the late-Victorian designed Maffra Courthouse which retains most of its original features including the Baltic pine-lined ceiling and floorboards, the Magistrate's bench and marble fireplaces and all doors, doorways and interior woodwork. In the specially designed display cases, you will see an important collection of mineral specimens, gemstones and fossils, the result of a lifetime of collection by Italian immigrant, Pino Deriu. Leaving Italy in 1952, this fully qualified accountant came to Australia and soon joined his brother in prospecting for opal around Coober Pedy. This led to a lifelong love of fossicking and trading minerals and gemstones. Apart from a wide and fully representative range of Australian specimens, his collection also contains extremely rare items from Europe, Africa, North and South America, Asia and Asia Minor. Pino's preference was to leave most of the specimens he collected in their natural state rather than have them cut, polished or mounted, which adds to the scientific value of this amazing collection. Call the Maffra Visitor Information Centre and they can provide you with information to assist you in your travel through Maffra, the nearby Victorian high country and the surrounding Macalister irrigation district and to make your stay more enjoyable. The volunteers look forward to making your visit a memorable one.

HIgh Country
T-QUAL Accredited

Prom Country Visitor Information Centre - Foster

Corner McDonald & Main St, Foster, Victoria, 3960
Email: infocentre@southgippsland.vic.gov.au
Website: www.visitpromcountry.com.au
9138233 Phone Number: 61 03 5655 2233
Fax Number: 61 03 5658 1233

Prom Country Visitor Information Centre - Foster truly is Victoria's southern secret. Located an easy one and a half hours drive from Melbourne, the region is suitable for a day, weekend or longer getaway. Explore the natural wonder of Wilson's Promontory National Park, as well as other State and National Parks including, Tarra Bulga National Park and Mount Worth State Park. All offer beautiful walks with stunning bush, rainforest and or coastal scenery and abundant native wildlife. Walk or ride along the Great Southern Rail Trail or many of the other spectacular walking trails that the region has to offer. Enjoy summer at the beach at picturesque Sandy Point and Waratah Bay. Visit Agnes Falls, the highest single span waterfall in Victoria. Take the kids and step back in time at Coal Creek Heritage Village in Korumburra. With plenty of activities on offer it is sure to keep the whole family happy. Enjoy local produce at the local Farmer's market held every month throughout the the region. Also check out the website for exciting upcoming local events. Stay at one of the many quality accommodation venues in the region. Visit one of the local wineries along the South Gippsland Wine Trail. View beautiful artwork and exhibitions at one of the local galleries. To find out more, please call and they can send you a free Prom Country Touring Map and Visitors Guide or alternatively visit our website for additional South Gippsland information. They also provide a free accommodation booking system. Prom Country is simply beautiful, naturally.

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Prom Country Visitor Information Centre - Korumburra

Coal Creek Complex, South Gippsland Hwy, Korumburra, Victoria, 3950
Email: infocentre@southgippsland.vic.gov.au
Website: www.visitpromcountry.com.au
9103899 Phone Number: 61 03 5655 2233
Fax Number: 61 03 5658 1233

Prom Country Visitor Information Centre Korumburra can show you why the Prom Country is truly Victoria's southern secret. Located an easy hour and a half hours drive from Melbourne, the region is suitable for a day, weekend or longer getaway. Explore the natural wonder of Wilson's Promontory National Park, as well as other State and National Parks including, Tarra Bulga National Park and Mount Worth State Park. All offer beautiful walks with stunning bush, rainforest and or coastal scenery and abundant native wildlife. Walk or ride along the Great Southern Rail Trail and the Grand Ridge Rail Trail or many of the other spectacular walking trails that the region has to offer. Enjoy summer at the beach at picturesque Sandy Point and Waratah Bay. Visit Agnes Falls, the highest single span waterfall in Victoria. Take the and step back in time at Coal Creek Heritage Village in Korumburra. With plenty of activities on offer it is sure to keep the whole family happy. Enjoy local produce at the local Farmer's markets held every month throughout the region. Also check their website for exciting upcoming local events. Stay at one of their quality accommodation venues in the region. Visit one of their local wineries along the South Gippsland Wine Trail. View beautiful artworks and exhibitions at one of our local galleries. To find out more, please give them a call and they can send you a free Prom Country Touring Map and Visitors Guide or alternatively visit the website for additional South Gippsland information. They also provide a free accommodation booking system. Prom Country. Simply beautiful, naturally.

Yarragon Information Centre
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Gippsland Food & Wine and Yarragon Visitor Information Centre

123 Princes Hwy, Yarragon, Victoria, 3823
Email: yarragonvic@dcsi.net.au
Website: www.gippslandfoodandwine.com.au
9103917 Phone Number: 61 03 5634 2451

Discover Gippsland Food & Wine and Yarragon Visitor Information Centre. Delight in their quality country breakfasts, enjoy a three course meal, try their famous gourmet baked potato, a Devonshire Tea or just indulge yourself with cappuccino and cake in the Tea Room. Select from a wide range of quality take-away foods or enjoy the delicacies in their gourmet ice-cream parlour. Explore their cheese deli stocked full of Gippsland and Australian cheese, choose from their fascinating range of cottage condiments or peruse their huge range of Gippsland Wines selected from the 25 Gippsland regional wineries. Only one hour east of Melbourne.

Wellington VIC Sale
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Wellington Visitor Information Centre - Sale

8 Foster St, Sale, Victoria, 3850
Email: admin@tourismwellington.com.au
Website: www.tourismwellington.com.au
9103907 Phone Number: 61 03 5144 1108

The Wellington Visitor Information Centre - Sale can provide you with information to assist you in your travel through the Wellington Shire region and to make your stay more enjoyable. They have an excellent range of brochures, showcasing what and where, you can go to enjoy what this region has to offer. The staff are extremely happy to assist you with your requests. The Wellington Shire region, which is in Central Gippsland, is a very diverse area with much to see. It stretches from the snowfields to the ocean including the longest unbroken stretch of beach in the world known as the Ninety Mile Beach. It also has beautiful National Parks, High Country and Wetlands within an hours drive of Sale. Wellington Visitor Information Centre - Sale offer many activities for visitors to the regions, some of which are water activities on Lake Wellington such as water skiing, sailing, canoeing and swimming. While in the region you can also go cycling, horse riding, bush walking or hiking along the picturesque landscape. The Wellington Region also has many art galleries, museums and antique shops. They have a variety of fishing activities from surf fishing, fly fishing, trout fishing, ocean fishing or charter fishing. With plenty of National Parks, Camping sites and picnic areas. Relax in the local restaurants, wineries and gardens or play a game of golf or lawn bowls. For any further information please contact Wellington Visitor Information Centre - Sale.

Wonthaggi Visitor Information Centre
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Wonthaggi Visitor Information Centre

1 Bent Street, Wonthaggi, Victoria, 3995
Email: woninfo@basscoast.vic.gov.au
Website: www.visitbasscoast.com
9103930 Phone Number: 61 03 5672 5767
Fax Number: 61 03 5672 4749

Visit the friendly staff and volunteers at the Wonthaggi Visitor Information Centre. They look forward to helping you plan your visit to Wonthaggi and the surrounding Bass Coast, Phillip Island and Gippsland regions. The centre is located in the Wonthaggi Centennial Centre, built in 2011 to celebrate the Centennial of Wonthaggi. There is a wide range of free maps, visitor guides and brochures to help you to decide what to do and see and how best to enjoy what the region has to offer. The Bass Coast Shire's proximity to two of Victoria's premier tourist attractions, Wilson's Promontory and Phillip Island, make the area the perfect place to base yourself at any time of the year.

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Bermagui Visitor Information Centre

Bermagui Community Centre, (opposite Mitre 10), Bunga Street, Bermagui, New South Wales, 2546
Email: vic@bermaguichamber.org.au
Website: www.visitbermagui.com.au
9112518 Phone Number: 61 02 6493 3054

The friendly, knowledgeable staff at the Bermagui Visitor Information Centre look forward to welcoming you to beautiful Bermagui and assisting you with information on the local area and Sapphire Coast region, accommodation and attractions. Free local and regional maps are available, as well as an extensive range of New South Wales and interstate tourism brochures. Local art, craft and photography, postcards, greeting cards, souvenirs, inexpensive gifts and other merchandise is available for purchase.

Gulargambone Visitor Information Centre

Wollongong Information Centre - iHub

93 Crown Street, Wollongong, New South Wales, 2500
Email: tourism@wollongong.nsw.gov.au
Website: www.visitwollongong.com.au
9149897 Phone Number: 61 02 4267 5910
Fax Number: 61 02 4226 5912

Located in Crown Street, Wollongong, the iHub has friendly trained staff to offer a range of local and regional information to help you enjoy your stay. A range of Visitor Guides are also on hand. iHub stocks the popular 'We love the Gong' branded merchandise along with a range of souvenirs from Indigneous to local photographers.