A rich farming community has diversified to become the gourmet hub of the 12 Apostles Coast and Hinterland! The village and its 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!
Whatever reason brings you to this picturesque wooded valley, your taste buds will bring you back. Local producers and makers create Whisky, organic yogurt, cheese, honey, mouth-watering ice cream and some of the freshest, reddest strawberries you will ever taste! Quite simply Timboon is a must see must taste option that should be part of any Great Ocean Road trip.
The completed 34km Camperdown to Timboon trail is a wonderful family adventure, dotted with statuesque trestle bridges and spellbinding scenery. Construction to extend the trail to the coast at Port Campbell has commenced and is anticipated to be completed by July 2022.
Local dairy, beef, ice cream and berries for lunch and seafood and local brews for supper. How does that sound?
Timboon parkrun is a fantastic way to kick start your weekend adventure in the 12 Apostles Hinterland. Meet at the corner of Snake Track Road and Bailey Street at 7.50am for a free, fun, and friendly weekly 5k community event.
Walk, jog, run, volunteer or spectate — it’s up to you!
Power Creek Reserve has a wonderful network of trails through tall forest that commence from the Swimming Pool right in town. Visitors are invited to walk or ride to enjoy the trails.
Timboon has all the ingredients for a fresh family adventure just 17km north of Victoria’s Great Ocean Road. How you put your holiday recipe together is up to you. We suggest a plenty of tasting, a pinch of salt and if it suits your taste reach for the spice rack.
With tall trees, bold flavours, bucket list ticks, trails, and indulgence for days. Check out our suggested itinerary perfect for a long weekend or perhaps a sneaky midweeky. Pack the bags call the boss and get ready for some time out together in your world away.
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