A large coastal village located just a few minutes drive form Loch Ard Gorge and the 12 Apostles. It is host to some fantastic dining experiences, shops and a beautiful protected beach and bay. Stay and see the sunset from the Jetty (there are so many sunset experiences in the area you'll have to stay a few nights!)
A rich farming community has diversified to become the gourmet hub of the 12 Apostles Coast and Hinterland! The village and it's surrounds are home to many artisan food producers. Timboon is a must for anyone who appreciates authentic local produce. Just 15 minutes from the coast - not to be missed!
Just a hop, skip and jump from the world famous 12 Apostles and Gibson Steps, Princetown is a perfect base for visitors. Dominated by the Gellibrand River Estuary and with plenty of nearby attractions including the 12 Apostles Gourmet Trail.
Nestled on the edge of the Bay of Islands Coastal Park on the Curdies River. A great base for exploring the coast, ocean or estuary fishing or even a round of golf (we thinks it's the best view from a golf course in the world!).
Curdievale is a picturesque township on the banks of Curdies River 8km upstream of it's mouth at Peterborough. Populare for boating, fishing and using as a base to explore Great Ocean Road and 12 Apostles Gourmet Trail attractions.
Authentic rural heartland just 25km north of the 12 Apostles. Close to 12 Apostles Gourmet Trail businesses including Apostle Whey Cheese, Simpson Snails and Newton's Ridge Estate Vineyard.
Terang is a beautiful country town located on the Princes Highway. In any season you will appreciate the beautiful tree-lined main street and undulating landscape. You will find much to see and do including the Terang Dry Lake Walk and 18 hole Golf Course.
Located in the heart of the 3rd largest volcanic plain on the planet. Brimming with history and located on the Princes Highway. A great stop or place to base yourself to explore the region.
Cobden is surrounded by undulating pastures and the distinctive features of the Volcanic Lakes and Plains, this friendly community offers much for the visitor and is an ideal place to base yourself for a Great Ocean Road and Volcanic Lakes and Plains Adventure.
Nestled at the base of one of Australia's best preserved dry Craters (Mt Noorat) lies the charming village of Noorat. Explore the setting of the iconic Australian novel "I can jump puddles", take a step back, slow down and give in to warm country hospitality.
Located on the Hamilton highway, Lismore is a favourite stopover for many and the historic buildings in the township are well worth some further exploration.
A village of character with Mount Elephant as its backdrop. Mount Elephant is visible for 60km in every direction and looms large on the volcanic landscape.
Skipton offers the visitor a range of wildlife viewing experiences with bird-life on the lake and even a chance to spot a platypus from a viewing platform on Mt Emu Creek. Take a pit-stop here or take to 2 wheels on the Ballarat-Skipton Rail Trail.
Dry stone walls, weathered windmills, a bluestone bridge and an historic hotel converted to a Bed and Breakfast. Use the tiny village of Darlington as a base for exploring volcanic lakes and plains and southern edge of the Grampians.