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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.

Geelong Performing Arts Centre

Geelong Performing Arts Centre

50 Little Malop St, Geelong, Victoria, 3220
Email: boxoffice@gpac.org.au
Website: www.gpac.org.au
9137876 Phone Number: 61 03 5225 1200
Fax Number: 61 03 5225 1229

Geelong Performing Arts Centre is a hub for live entertainment in the region, attracting some of the best performers from throughout Australia and overseas. Located in the heart of the Geelong city's cultural precinct, Geelong Performing Arts Centre includes two theatres, the recently refurbished 800-seat Playhouse, and the more intimate 325-seat Drama Theatre, as well as a cafe, bar, foyer area, meeting rooms and rehearsal studios. The centre also manages the 2000-seat Costa Hall, located at Deakin University's Waterfront Campus, which is used for large-scale concerts, lectures and conferences. Geelong Performing Arts Centre presents a range of performances through its Family Magic, Musical Mornings and Theatre Season programs, as well film festivals, touring productions, concerts, local theatre and school productions, so there is always something on at Geelong Performing Arts Centre. Visitors to the region will appreciate the venue's central location and proximity to restaurants and accommodation. Since opening in 1981, Geelong Performing Arts Centre has undergone several facelifts, most recently the three million dollar refurbishment of the Playhouse to create a modern, technically superior and accessible theatre. To find out what's on at Geelong Performing Arts Centre, go to their website.

Lower Glenelg National Park

Lower Glenelg National Park

Princes Hwy, Winnap, Victoria, 3304
Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Website: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/lower-glenelg-national-park

The Glenelg River is the central feature of the Lower Glenelg National Park. Along the last part of its winding 400 kilometre path to the sea the river has carved a spectacular gorge up to 50 metres deep through limestone. River erosion and the action of rainwater have created a remarkable cave. There are great places for fishing, canoeing, camping and picknicking along the Glenelg River. Explore Lower Glenelg and Discovery Bay on the 250 kilometre Great South West Walk, linking Portland and Nelson via the river and coast. Another highlight is the Princess Margaret Rose Cave, where you can join a guided tour of amazing limestone formations. Aboriginal Traditional Owners Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, Aboriginal people maintain their connection to their ancestral lands and waters. 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.

Seahorse Natural Therapies / Massage

Seahorse Natural Therapies

1 Surf Ave, Skenes Creek, Victoria, 3233
Email: seahorsehouse@optusnet.com.au
Website: www.seahorsenaturaltherapies.com

Run by Lizzie, a qualified AAMT certified and registered Remedial Massage practitioner with over 11 years experience in the wellness industry, Seahorse Natural Therapies specialises in remedial and relaxation massage treatments, along with facials and ear candling. Seahorse Natural Therapies is perfect for people of all ages visiting the greater Apollo Bay area, who are looking to add an extra activity to their health and relaxation routine on their break. Seahorse Natural Therapies is located in a peaceful studio, within 6km from Apollo Bay. A mobile service is an option with prior booking. Please contact for further details. Take some time out and treat yourself or friend to a soothing relaxation massage or facial. For those with muscular pain, Seahorse Natural Therapies provide a more comprehensive treatment specific to your needs, such as Bowen Therapy combined with massage. When you leave you will feel relaxed and rejuvenated. Gift Vouchers are available for all treatments. Health Insurance rebate is available for Remedial Massage. For any further information please contact Seahorse Natural Therapies or view the website. Seahorse Natural Therapies is a Member of Australian Association of Massage Therapists.

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.

IshShoes

IshShoes

1055 Colac - Lavers Hill Road, Barongarook, Victoria, 3249
Email: ishshoes1@bigpond.com
Website: www.ishshoes.com.au
9152334 Phone Number: 61 03 5233 8305

IshShoes are handcrafted from soft leather with lightweight soles. This combination provides the comfort people require, for both casual and business footwear, while maintaining a high degree of durability. IshShoes are available in children's to adult sizes in a range of designs. The leather is not pre-stretched so that each shoe moulds itself to your particular foot. Each order receives personal attention to ensure a comfortable fit no matter how 'odd' the foot shape. The range of leather exceeds sixty different colours, which constantly change according to demand and supply. You can choose one colour, or many, according to design. IshShoes will endeavour to match leathers with your colour choice.

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 of noted wildlife artist, Robert Ulmann, and his daughter, Justine, a botanical artist, is open to visitors. On open farmland overlooking the sea, the studio is situated four kilometres east of the Hopkins River Bridge in 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. His paintings and prints of wildlife from Australia and overseas fill a beautiful studio overlooking the famous Logans Beach whale nursery at Warrnambool. In September 1989 an Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC) documentary on Robert Ulmann's work as a wildlife artist, with special emphasis on his love of the Southern Right Whale, was shown on television. A Brush with Nature, the first program filmed in the Wildscreen series, has had ten repeats in Australia and been shown around the world, even being dubbed into Thai. Robert and his work were also featured in Penny Olsen's book Feather and Brush: Three centuries of Australian Bird Art, CSIO Publishing, 2001. The book was dedicated to Robert. 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.