I am the village that welcomes you with a relaxed and knowing smile
Camperdown is situated on the world's third largest volcanic plain, dotted with dormant volcano cones, craters and waterways created from lava flows thousands of years ago. Climb to the top of Mt Leura and Mt Sugarloaf for 360-degree views of the coastal ranges and rolling western plains.
The region's lush pastures are home to mouth-watering cheeses and other dairy products.
Cobden is rich in natural and colonial history with numerous unique ways to explore them.
The Crater to Coast Rail Trail is a scenic bike ride running between Camperdown and the epicurean treats of Timboon. Cobden is the half way point of the ride, giving visitors the option to heading north through crater lakes or south to Timboon.
Derrinallum lies at the foot of Mount Elephant, surrounded by a series of lakes and grazing cattle. The town acts as a hub for the local farming network, fielding all the essential services including the ever-important local pub.
For visitors of Derrinallum, Lake Deep and Lake Tooliorook provide scenic recreational space for boating, water sports and fishing.
Lismore has well preserved its colonial history with icons such as the town’s gothic revival chapel and 1840’s woodshed providing prominent landmarks. The recent opening of the Lismore Discovery Trial makes walking the site easy.
Looming landmarks created by ancient volcanoes surround Lismore, including Mount Widderin Caves, Mount Elephant and numerous lakes for swimming.
Situated in the heart of the Great Ocean Road’s most iconic attractions, Peterborough is a great family friendly destination with a shorefront playground and children's riding loop.
The magnificent natural rock formation, London Arch (formerly London Bridge) can be seen from the local golf course. London Arch is an offshore stack in the Port Campbell National Park formed by a gradual process of erosion.
The colourful seaside village of Port Campbell is a place to slow down, take in everything that epitomizes the Great Ocean Road, and reflect on a journey you may have taken or are about to begin.
The 12 Apostles are one of Port Campbell's most well-known neighbours situated in the Port Campbell National Park. The massive limestone structures tower 45 metres above the tempestuous Southern Ocean.
The Gellibrand River makes a virtual island of the hilltop village of Princetown as it lazily meanders through the valley, just a quick turn, yet a world away, from the Great Ocean Road.
The township borders both the Great Otway and Port Campbell National Parks, offering fishing opportunities in the estuary and on the magnificent ocean beaches.
Skipton is known as the ‘home of the platypus’. If you are yet to encounter this unique mammal, a walk in Stewart Park is a must. Sit quietly along the banks of Mount Emu Creek, keeping a close eye on the waters edge where the platypus barrows its shelter.
Skipton has recently refurbished the 53km Ballarat-Skipton Rail Trail. The trail has a max gradient of 2%.
Terang is a town lined with 19th century buildings and 100-year-old National Trust listed trees. To enjoy the towns early settler past, a Heritage Trail leads visitors around many of the towns historic points of interest including the old post office and Terang church.
For a natural history lesson, visit the extinct Mt Noorat Volcano Walk, 5kms south of Terang.
Timboon is a gourmet hub that will literally delight every sense! Local producers create whiskey, organic yoghurt, classic French cheeses, honey, mouth-watering ice cream and some of the freshest, sweetest strawberries you will ever taste!
Timboon is a feature of the 12 Apostles Gourmet Trail, the 70km loop from Port Campbell that is a must do for foodies.