Victoria’s world renowned Shipwreck Coast now has a new culinary offering for visitors. In addition to the spectacular coastline, vibrant towns and holiday attractions, there is now the 12 Apostles Gourmet Trail, the ultimate indulgent road trip! The launch of the 12 Apostles Gourmet Trail gives visitors the chance to experience several amazing food and wine destinations along the spectacular coast and scattered amongst the inland crater country.

In the long established farming region of the Shipwreck Coast, producers have been growing fresh local produce and creating culinary delights for many years.

On offer are gourmet cheese makers, single malt whisky, fresh local crayfish, rich Timboon Ice Cream, chocolate, wine and strawberries.

Take our gourmet food trail and visit them on site or look for them on the menus and wine lists of our local dining establishments.

Discover more about the 12 Apostles Gourmet Trail

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12 Apostles Gourmet Trail

Small region big trophy cabinet - award winning cheese, whisky and wine. Crowd pleasing chocolate, crayfish, ice-cream, organic yoghurt, honey, smoked eel and beer.

Most of the businesses can be visited as part of a 70km loop that travels along the coast east and west of Port Campbell. You can savour the flavours of locally produced wine, whisky, cheeses, berries, chocolates...sounds like a gourmet delight. Look for the Gourmet Trail Map in the 12 Apostles brochure or pick up one from the Visitor Information Centre in Port Campbell and be sure to look for local producers on the menus of our wonderful cafe's and restaurants. Yum Yum!

12 Apostles Food Artisans

The abundance of Food Artisans and producers in the area  gives visitors the chance to savour several amazing food and wine experiences along the spectacular coast and scattered throughout the inland crater country.   The 12 Apostles Food Artisans and the gourmet trail provide a feast for your taste buds - what a way to complement the scenery!  Find out more about the 12 Apostles Food Artisans here