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Guidebook for Bena

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Guidebook for Bena

Parks & Nature
Outtrim recreation reserves is a very busy place week round. It has 2 tennis courts, cricket club, hall, gun club and motorbike club just down the road. Tennis courts are open for free use. Toilet facilities only available when hall is open for a function. 15 minutes drive from Lang Tally. On the way to Outtrim rec reserve, there is a lookout on the Moyarra-Outtrim road, on the left as you are heading down the hill, approx. 1.8km from the beginning of the road. You will see beautiful views across the flats towards the seaside towns on Inverloch and Tarwin Lower.
Outtrim Recreation Reserve
1025 Outtrim-Leongatha Rd
Outtrim recreation reserves is a very busy place week round. It has 2 tennis courts, cricket club, hall, gun club and motorbike club just down the road. Tennis courts are open for free use. Toilet facilities only available when hall is open for a function. 15 minutes drive from Lang Tally. On the way to Outtrim rec reserve, there is a lookout on the Moyarra-Outtrim road, on the left as you are heading down the hill, approx. 1.8km from the beginning of the road. You will see beautiful views across the flats towards the seaside towns on Inverloch and Tarwin Lower.
A great spot to take the kids to unwind and spend some energy. Great park and the local outdoor pool is next door, so pack your bathers during summer.
Coleman Park
A great spot to take the kids to unwind and spend some energy. Great park and the local outdoor pool is next door, so pack your bathers during summer.
Korumburra's Botanic Park is a hidden gem of Prom Country. Located behind the town shopping strip in Bridge Street, the botanic park features a large variety of trees - many clearly named and labelled - and the popular Olsen's creek walk, alongside the creek to the right as you enter the park. The Botanic Park also features a good sized rotunda to protect from the weather and provide a perfect location for family or group events. Entry from Bridge Street, Korumburra VIC 3950
Korumburra Botanic Park
Korumburra's Botanic Park is a hidden gem of Prom Country. Located behind the town shopping strip in Bridge Street, the botanic park features a large variety of trees - many clearly named and labelled - and the popular Olsen's creek walk, alongside the creek to the right as you enter the park. The Botanic Park also features a good sized rotunda to protect from the weather and provide a perfect location for family or group events. Entry from Bridge Street, Korumburra VIC 3950
Five minutes south-east of Bass Coast’s main business hub Wonthaggi, Cape Paterson is a haven for families in summer. The beaches come alive with sand castles, boogie boards and ball games during the hot summer months. Snorkelling at the main beach allows you a glimpse into the underwater world. Also at the main beach is the popular ocean swimming pool (rock pool) which was built in the 1960’s. The rock pool is great to play in, can sometimes be underwater depending on the tide. This is favourite must visit place of ours during summer.
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Cape Paterson Bay Beach
10-16 Surf Beach Rd
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Five minutes south-east of Bass Coast’s main business hub Wonthaggi, Cape Paterson is a haven for families in summer. The beaches come alive with sand castles, boogie boards and ball games during the hot summer months. Snorkelling at the main beach allows you a glimpse into the underwater world. Also at the main beach is the popular ocean swimming pool (rock pool) which was built in the 1960’s. The rock pool is great to play in, can sometimes be underwater depending on the tide. This is favourite must visit place of ours during summer.
BUNURONG COASTAL DRIVE - INVERLOCH TO CAPE PATERSON. Enjoy the spectacular views of  Bass Strait during the 14km drive that links the townships of  Cape Paterson and Inverloch. Several cliff top car parks such as Shack Bay and Eagles Nest allow you to spend more time enjoying the seaside beaches and rock platforms.  Low tide is the best for exploring this stretch of coast. The Caves and Flat Rocks area close to Inverloch is well known for the Dinosaur Dreaming Fossil site. Stop and learn more about the fossils that have been discovered or try your luck at finding the dinosaur footprint. Take it slow as the road is curvy!! A popular road for motorbike enthusiasts too!!
Bunurong Coastal Reserve
BUNURONG COASTAL DRIVE - INVERLOCH TO CAPE PATERSON. Enjoy the spectacular views of  Bass Strait during the 14km drive that links the townships of  Cape Paterson and Inverloch. Several cliff top car parks such as Shack Bay and Eagles Nest allow you to spend more time enjoying the seaside beaches and rock platforms.  Low tide is the best for exploring this stretch of coast. The Caves and Flat Rocks area close to Inverloch is well known for the Dinosaur Dreaming Fossil site. Stop and learn more about the fossils that have been discovered or try your luck at finding the dinosaur footprint. Take it slow as the road is curvy!! A popular road for motorbike enthusiasts too!!
KILCUNDA TRESTLE BRIDGE- On the Wonthaggi side of Kilcunda you will find the Bourne Creek Trestle bridge, a great place to visit, boasting spectacular views!! A rail trail connects Wonthaggi and Kilcunda which is an easy ride for families. If you are into Geocaching, there are lots of caches along this trail.
Bourne Creek Trestle Bridge
KILCUNDA TRESTLE BRIDGE- On the Wonthaggi side of Kilcunda you will find the Bourne Creek Trestle bridge, a great place to visit, boasting spectacular views!! A rail trail connects Wonthaggi and Kilcunda which is an easy ride for families. If you are into Geocaching, there are lots of caches along this trail.
A great spot to take the canoe's and paddle upstream in a nice gentle current. This river is a major catchment in South Gippsland and where it meets the see is an unpatrolled beach (take care if swimming), sand dunes across the river (for sand dune surfing!) or a stroll along the beach. There is a caravan park adjacent.
Powlett River Parking Lot
205 Mouth of Powlett Rd
A great spot to take the canoe's and paddle upstream in a nice gentle current. This river is a major catchment in South Gippsland and where it meets the see is an unpatrolled beach (take care if swimming), sand dunes across the river (for sand dune surfing!) or a stroll along the beach. There is a caravan park adjacent.
Walkerville South Walking Trail
491 Walkerville S Rd
From Sandy point, head east along Sandy Point road until you reach the beach. Turn right onto the beach. Summer period sees a fee to drive your vehicle on the beach. A great shallow body of water for boating (launching off the beach, be careful of tides), kayaking, wind/kite surfing, beach activities, fishing and dune surfing. A beach walk around the point will get you out to the open ocean beach. Toilets and camp tables on the right at the beginning of the beach access.
Shallow Inlet Marine & Coastal Park
From Sandy point, head east along Sandy Point road until you reach the beach. Turn right onto the beach. Summer period sees a fee to drive your vehicle on the beach. A great shallow body of water for boating (launching off the beach, be careful of tides), kayaking, wind/kite surfing, beach activities, fishing and dune surfing. A beach walk around the point will get you out to the open ocean beach. Toilets and camp tables on the right at the beginning of the beach access.
In the hills above Yarram, a beautiful place to visit for bushwalking, peace and quiet and spectacular scenery.
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Tarra-Bulga National Park
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In the hills above Yarram, a beautiful place to visit for bushwalking, peace and quiet and spectacular scenery.
Essentials
Closest supermarket to Lang Tally. Good sized supermarket where you will find most of your grocery needs. Bottle shop also.
Michael's SUPA IGA Korumburra
1 S Railway Cres
Closest supermarket to Lang Tally. Good sized supermarket where you will find most of your grocery needs. Bottle shop also.
Grow Lightly is a Food Hub where you can shop for clean, fresh, local produce and a range of other products. You can also stop by for a coffee and catch up with friends, let your children play on the playground outside or get cosy in front of the open fire. People must eat, and they believe it’s important to make truly fresh food available; to reduce food miles to an absolute minimum by eating local wherever possible; and to recognise the environmental cost of food production. They also know that growing food locally assists the local economy. Shop hours: Thursday 10am - 1 pm Friday 10 am - 4 pm Saturday 10 am - 1pm Sunday 10 am - 1 pm
Grow Lightly
12a Silkstone Rd
Grow Lightly is a Food Hub where you can shop for clean, fresh, local produce and a range of other products. You can also stop by for a coffee and catch up with friends, let your children play on the playground outside or get cosy in front of the open fire. People must eat, and they believe it’s important to make truly fresh food available; to reduce food miles to an absolute minimum by eating local wherever possible; and to recognise the environmental cost of food production. They also know that growing food locally assists the local economy. Shop hours: Thursday 10am - 1 pm Friday 10 am - 4 pm Saturday 10 am - 1pm Sunday 10 am - 1 pm
Drinks & Nightlife
Craig and Mel of Loch Brewery & Distillery began production in March 2014, but wow have they made a name for thermselves since then! Offering three core beers—Best Bitter, County Ale and Dark Ale—each based on classic sessional British ales. For the gin lovers, 3 varieties are available, Dry Gin, Gin Liqueor and The Weaver. Vodka has been released and Whisky is underway. Tastings available, at the Cellar Door. Open Friday to Sunday, from 11am to 4pm. Located at 44 Victoria Road, Loch   VIC 3945 brew.distill@lochbrewery.com.au
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Loch Brewery & Distillery
44 Victoria Road
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Craig and Mel of Loch Brewery & Distillery began production in March 2014, but wow have they made a name for thermselves since then! Offering three core beers—Best Bitter, County Ale and Dark Ale—each based on classic sessional British ales. For the gin lovers, 3 varieties are available, Dry Gin, Gin Liqueor and The Weaver. Vodka has been released and Whisky is underway. Tastings available, at the Cellar Door. Open Friday to Sunday, from 11am to 4pm. Located at 44 Victoria Road, Loch   VIC 3945 brew.distill@lochbrewery.com.au
A boutique winery tucked off the side of the South Gippsland Highway, this place is a must visit. Featuring a range of reds and whites, with our favourite being the champagne! Have a chat with Mark and a taste of his specialities. The Cellar Door is open from 11:00 to 5:00 on Friday to Sunday, on Public Holidays and every day throughout January. Also open by appointment. 6835 South Gippsland Highway Loch Victoria 3945 Mobile - 0477 555 235 cellardoor@gippslandwinecompany.com
Gippsland Wine Company
6835 S Gippsland Hwy
A boutique winery tucked off the side of the South Gippsland Highway, this place is a must visit. Featuring a range of reds and whites, with our favourite being the champagne! Have a chat with Mark and a taste of his specialities. The Cellar Door is open from 11:00 to 5:00 on Friday to Sunday, on Public Holidays and every day throughout January. Also open by appointment. 6835 South Gippsland Highway Loch Victoria 3945 Mobile - 0477 555 235 cellardoor@gippslandwinecompany.com
From South Gippsland, Victoria, Dirty 3 Wines is winery run by a husband and wife team who decided to take a leap of faith and make Pinot Noir. Marcus and Lisa have a passion for making great wine from the region they both grew up in. Cellar door is located at 64 Cashin St, Inverloch, 3996. Vineyard is at Holgates Road. Thursday-Sunday 11am-5.30pm (summer hours) Phone 0356 06 8128
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Dirty Three Wines
150 Holgates Rd
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From South Gippsland, Victoria, Dirty 3 Wines is winery run by a husband and wife team who decided to take a leap of faith and make Pinot Noir. Marcus and Lisa have a passion for making great wine from the region they both grew up in. Cellar door is located at 64 Cashin St, Inverloch, 3996. Vineyard is at Holgates Road. Thursday-Sunday 11am-5.30pm (summer hours) Phone 0356 06 8128
The Burra Brewing Co is a microbrewery located in the beautiful rolling hills of Korumburra, the gateway to South Gippsland. Try a delicious wood fired pizza in the sunlit beer garden, along with a few of the natural handcrafted beers, all brewed onsite. Watch the brewer, Phill, hard at work, while you sit back and sample the range of freshly brewed craft beer. Having trouble deciding which beer to have? Try them all by having on of the popular sample paddles. Embracing sustainability is offered by selling refillable growlers and squealers, avoiding unnecessary packaging. Located at: 12 Commercial St Korumburra, Victoria www.burrabrewingco.com.au Ph (03) 5658 1446
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Burra Brewing Co
12 Commercial St
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The Burra Brewing Co is a microbrewery located in the beautiful rolling hills of Korumburra, the gateway to South Gippsland. Try a delicious wood fired pizza in the sunlit beer garden, along with a few of the natural handcrafted beers, all brewed onsite. Watch the brewer, Phill, hard at work, while you sit back and sample the range of freshly brewed craft beer. Having trouble deciding which beer to have? Try them all by having on of the popular sample paddles. Embracing sustainability is offered by selling refillable growlers and squealers, avoiding unnecessary packaging. Located at: 12 Commercial St Korumburra, Victoria www.burrabrewingco.com.au Ph (03) 5658 1446
Sightseeing
The township of Loch is 10 minutes drive from Lang Tally, beside the South Gippsland Highway. On the Melbourne side of Korumburra, you will find a great park for the kids, information in the highway underpass about our local Giant Earthworms, a railway station of yesteryear and a swing bridge at the recreation reserve. A beatiful town for a wander including antiques, coffee shops and a short car ride to a local vineyard. Suitable for couples or families, you could spend a day here exploring and enjoying the small town vibe, packed with loads to see and do.
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Loch
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The township of Loch is 10 minutes drive from Lang Tally, beside the South Gippsland Highway. On the Melbourne side of Korumburra, you will find a great park for the kids, information in the highway underpass about our local Giant Earthworms, a railway station of yesteryear and a swing bridge at the recreation reserve. A beatiful town for a wander including antiques, coffee shops and a short car ride to a local vineyard. Suitable for couples or families, you could spend a day here exploring and enjoying the small town vibe, packed with loads to see and do.
Great views from this hidden away lookout. A must see on the way to the township of Loch.
Cape Horn Lookout
135 Loch-Wonthaggi Rd
Great views from this hidden away lookout. A must see on the way to the township of Loch.
Coastal walk (bushwalking) taking in farmland and ocean views. Can be steep in parts and not pram friendly all of the way. Approx 7km each way. Ease of walk is described as a step above a casual stroll. Trestle bridge at Kilcunda a must see while doing the walk. Entry at Kilcunda opposite the Kilcunda general store (a great coffee stop too!) and hotel. Other end of the walk is at San Remo. http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/352803/Park-note-George-Bass-Coastal-Walk.pdf
George Bass Coastal Walk
Coastal walk (bushwalking) taking in farmland and ocean views. Can be steep in parts and not pram friendly all of the way. Approx 7km each way. Ease of walk is described as a step above a casual stroll. Trestle bridge at Kilcunda a must see while doing the walk. Entry at Kilcunda opposite the Kilcunda general store (a great coffee stop too!) and hotel. Other end of the walk is at San Remo. http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/352803/Park-note-George-Bass-Coastal-Walk.pdf
Very interesting to visit these old lime kilns. Follow the signs to Walkerville south and if in doubt of finding them, walk north along the beach and look inland. They can be hard to find!! A nice beach for kids activities too. Parking is at a premium during the summer holidays, you may need to be patient!
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Walkerville Lime Kilns
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Very interesting to visit these old lime kilns. Follow the signs to Walkerville south and if in doubt of finding them, walk north along the beach and look inland. They can be hard to find!! A nice beach for kids activities too. Parking is at a premium during the summer holidays, you may need to be patient!
A lighthouse was established at Cape Liptrap in 1913 to improve the safety of coastal shipping. In 1951 the steel tower was dismantled and replaced with the current structure. The light is still in operation and has a range of 18 nautical miles (over 34km). Cape Liptrap Coastal Park was declared in 1997. Take care, the road is generally dusty and can be corrugated. Our advice, drive slowly, the views are well worth it!
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Cape Liptrap Lighthouse
655 Cape Liptrap Rd
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A lighthouse was established at Cape Liptrap in 1913 to improve the safety of coastal shipping. In 1951 the steel tower was dismantled and replaced with the current structure. The light is still in operation and has a range of 18 nautical miles (over 34km). Cape Liptrap Coastal Park was declared in 1997. Take care, the road is generally dusty and can be corrugated. Our advice, drive slowly, the views are well worth it!
South Gippsland is a diverse area to visit, so much to see and do. Here is a great website to list lots of the attractions for enjoyment. http://south-gippsland.com/
South Gippsland Shire
South Gippsland is a diverse area to visit, so much to see and do. Here is a great website to list lots of the attractions for enjoyment. http://south-gippsland.com/
This is a HUGE waterfall by South Gippsland standards. Gazebo and picnic tables, toilets and a great viewing platform over the falls. Follow the signs from the township of Toora, destination not advisable with a caravan on the back.
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Agnes Falls
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This is a HUGE waterfall by South Gippsland standards. Gazebo and picnic tables, toilets and a great viewing platform over the falls. Follow the signs from the township of Toora, destination not advisable with a caravan on the back.
The Tarwin river has fishing recreational fishing platforms, allows for canoeing upstream from boat ramp and jetty. IGA and fuel is available in town. Great hotel for bistro meals, the 'old style country pub'. Following on from Tarwin towards the beach is the beachside township of Venus Bay. Take care if swimming at surf beaches in Venus bay, recommend swimming between the flags when lifesavers are on duty.
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Tarwin Lower
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The Tarwin river has fishing recreational fishing platforms, allows for canoeing upstream from boat ramp and jetty. IGA and fuel is available in town. Great hotel for bistro meals, the 'old style country pub'. Following on from Tarwin towards the beach is the beachside township of Venus Bay. Take care if swimming at surf beaches in Venus bay, recommend swimming between the flags when lifesavers are on duty.
Entertainment & Activities
Inverloch Parkrun operates every Saturday morning at 8am. The event takes place at Rotary Centenary Park, Ramsey Boulevard, Inverloch, 3996. http://www.parkrun.com.au/inverloch/ Nearby is also the newly established Koonwarra parkrun, located on the Koonwarra rail trail at 8am each Saturday. Beautiful scenery as you run! http://www.parkrun.com.au/koonwarra/
Inverloch Parkrun
Inverloch Parkrun operates every Saturday morning at 8am. The event takes place at Rotary Centenary Park, Ramsey Boulevard, Inverloch, 3996. http://www.parkrun.com.au/inverloch/ Nearby is also the newly established Koonwarra parkrun, located on the Koonwarra rail trail at 8am each Saturday. Beautiful scenery as you run! http://www.parkrun.com.au/koonwarra/
Coal Creek was established in 1974 when a new home for the old Korumburra Courthouse was required. From this single building a historic village was born. The park has undergone many changes over its 40+ years of operation, all of these changes culminating in an authentic feeling coal mining village spanning from the 1870s to the 1920s. Coal Creek Community Park and Museum is home to around 30,000 objects ranging from trains to thimbles. Each piece is important as it helps us to tell the story of life in South Gippsland during pioneer times. In 2014 Coal Creek Community park and Museum attained museum accreditation through the Museum Accreditation. Open Thurs - Mon, 10am -4.30pm FREE ENTRY
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Coal Creek Community Park & Museum
12 Silkstone Rd
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Coal Creek was established in 1974 when a new home for the old Korumburra Courthouse was required. From this single building a historic village was born. The park has undergone many changes over its 40+ years of operation, all of these changes culminating in an authentic feeling coal mining village spanning from the 1870s to the 1920s. Coal Creek Community Park and Museum is home to around 30,000 objects ranging from trains to thimbles. Each piece is important as it helps us to tell the story of life in South Gippsland during pioneer times. In 2014 Coal Creek Community park and Museum attained museum accreditation through the Museum Accreditation. Open Thurs - Mon, 10am -4.30pm FREE ENTRY
This monthly event is all about creating atmosphere and opportunity... for local small producers to have permanency in their emerging businesses and for both the local community and businesses to have access to produce from Southern Gippsland... real food grown, produced and direct from the people who make, grow and catch it. That defines this authentic regional farmers market.  Held every First Saturday of the month from 8am - 12.30pm Enquiries Rod 0418 619 182
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Koonwarra Farmers Market
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This monthly event is all about creating atmosphere and opportunity... for local small producers to have permanency in their emerging businesses and for both the local community and businesses to have access to produce from Southern Gippsland... real food grown, produced and direct from the people who make, grow and catch it. That defines this authentic regional farmers market.  Held every First Saturday of the month from 8am - 12.30pm Enquiries Rod 0418 619 182
Gippsland's finest producers showcase their delicacies on the LAST Sunday of every month, rain hail or shine @ Inverloch's Glade. 8am-1pm monthly.
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Inverloch Community Farmers Market
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Gippsland's finest producers showcase their delicacies on the LAST Sunday of every month, rain hail or shine @ Inverloch's Glade. 8am-1pm monthly.
Kongwak Market is held every Sunday* rain, hail or shine. An indoor and undercover stalls selling a selection of vintage/retro and second hand home wares, clothing, albums, art, jewellery, local produce, plants, books, live music, great food and coffee plus a fun atmosphere. It is set in a huge shed and there are outdoor stalls and hand made items, all undercover so the market is on in all weather. Sundays 10am - 2pm
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Kongwak Market
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Kongwak Market is held every Sunday* rain, hail or shine. An indoor and undercover stalls selling a selection of vintage/retro and second hand home wares, clothing, albums, art, jewellery, local produce, plants, books, live music, great food and coffee plus a fun atmosphere. It is set in a huge shed and there are outdoor stalls and hand made items, all undercover so the market is on in all weather. Sundays 10am - 2pm
Situated on the South Gippsland Highway, Meeniyan is a picturesque country township and is the turning point to Wilson’s Promontory and Latrobe Valley.  The median strip lined and shaded by mature trees is the home of the war memorial, drinking fountain and picnic tables with connecting footpaths and flower beds. A great collection of shops and food, well worth a visit and the township offers FREE WIFI!!
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Meeniyan
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Situated on the South Gippsland Highway, Meeniyan is a picturesque country township and is the turning point to Wilson’s Promontory and Latrobe Valley.  The median strip lined and shaded by mature trees is the home of the war memorial, drinking fountain and picnic tables with connecting footpaths and flower beds. A great collection of shops and food, well worth a visit and the township offers FREE WIFI!!
The Great Southern Rail Trail is a 68-kilometre rail trail from Leongatha to Port Welshpool in South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. This mostly flat or gently undulating trail goes through lush dairy farmland, areas of remnant bush and lowland scrub. The newly constructed section spanning Koonwarra to Meeniyan boasts long bridges as it meanders between the hills. https://www.gsrt.com.au
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Great Southern Rail Trail
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The Great Southern Rail Trail is a 68-kilometre rail trail from Leongatha to Port Welshpool in South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. This mostly flat or gently undulating trail goes through lush dairy farmland, areas of remnant bush and lowland scrub. The newly constructed section spanning Koonwarra to Meeniyan boasts long bridges as it meanders between the hills. https://www.gsrt.com.au
The part of the rail trail that we have completed with our family is from the Wonthaggi (South Dudley drive, just south of Heron Drive) towards Kilcunda. There are gates for cattle crossings (welcome to the country!!) and it is a fairly easy ride with children 8+ years. Carpark is on left as heading north on South Dudley Drive.
Nyora-Wonthaggi Rail Trail
The part of the rail trail that we have completed with our family is from the Wonthaggi (South Dudley drive, just south of Heron Drive) towards Kilcunda. There are gates for cattle crossings (welcome to the country!!) and it is a fairly easy ride with children 8+ years. Carpark is on left as heading north on South Dudley Drive.
Arts & Culture
Fiona Kennedy's large canvas oil paintings have been described as ‘Art from the Heart’.  Her colourful and ethereal works on canvas are vibrant, symbolic and emotional pieces. They capture the ordinary as extraordinary, placing much emphasis on nature and how it all works.  Each painting telling a symbolic story of life love and inner happiness, making reference to all living creatures and their importance in this world and what makes them so special in our lives.   Fiona’s work is gaining International and local recognition with paintings being commissioned and sort after by private collectors around the world.  https://www.fionakennedy.com/
Fiona Kennedy Art Studio
26 Williams St
Fiona Kennedy's large canvas oil paintings have been described as ‘Art from the Heart’.  Her colourful and ethereal works on canvas are vibrant, symbolic and emotional pieces. They capture the ordinary as extraordinary, placing much emphasis on nature and how it all works.  Each painting telling a symbolic story of life love and inner happiness, making reference to all living creatures and their importance in this world and what makes them so special in our lives.   Fiona’s work is gaining International and local recognition with paintings being commissioned and sort after by private collectors around the world.  https://www.fionakennedy.com/
Shopping
If jewellery is your thing, don't miss this shop in the small town of Meeniyan, you won't be dissapointed. 132 WHITELAW STREET MEENIYAN VIC 3956 Ph - 03 5664 0055 web - https://www.lacyjewellery.com.au/
Lacy Jewellery Studio & Gallery
132 Whitelaw St
If jewellery is your thing, don't miss this shop in the small town of Meeniyan, you won't be dissapointed. 132 WHITELAW STREET MEENIYAN VIC 3956 Ph - 03 5664 0055 web - https://www.lacyjewellery.com.au/
Authentic farmers market on the third Saturday of every month. You'll find the freshest produce from the rolling hills of South Gippsland to the beautiful waters of Corner Inlet.   From 8.00 a.m. to 12 noon, rain or shine, outside Foster War Memorial Arts Centre (Foster Hall) or inside the hall if it's wet.
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Prom Country Farmers Market
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Authentic farmers market on the third Saturday of every month. You'll find the freshest produce from the rolling hills of South Gippsland to the beautiful waters of Corner Inlet.   From 8.00 a.m. to 12 noon, rain or shine, outside Foster War Memorial Arts Centre (Foster Hall) or inside the hall if it's wet.
A great BIG craft market is held in the grounds of the Foster recreation reserve on most long weekends and public holidays. Will not dissapoint!! Upcoming dates - Sunday 31 December 2017, Sunday 28 January 2018, Sunday 11 March 2018 (Labour Day long weekend), Sunday 1 April 2018 (Easter Sunday).
Foster Recreation Reserve
A great BIG craft market is held in the grounds of the Foster recreation reserve on most long weekends and public holidays. Will not dissapoint!! Upcoming dates - Sunday 31 December 2017, Sunday 28 January 2018, Sunday 11 March 2018 (Labour Day long weekend), Sunday 1 April 2018 (Easter Sunday).