|Visit Walkerville Lime Kilns|
|Walkerville – 21 klms from Tarwin Lower is one of the oldest establishments in Victoria, and is reminiscent of a Cornish fishing village but was actually established as a port for the transport of lime. The remains of the old lime kilns set in the cliffs can still be seen and are well worth the visit. In the early days workers at the lime kilns tried their luck panning for gold - a small amount was found in the area.|
|26kms of magnificent, unspoilt sandy beaches. For the location of the 5 Venus Bay beaches go to Local Map.|
Beach 1: is located just past the shops via Surf Drive. Large carpark, public toilets and showers, kiosk, patrolled summer Holidays.
Beach 2: Via Inlet View Road, walk through dunes to beach.
Beach 3: Via Canterbury Road. Small car park.
Beach 4: Via Zenner Drive 2nd Estate. Small Car Park.
Beach 5: Via Atherton Drive 2nd Estate. Small Car Park.
Only Beach 1 is patrolled so be aware of conditions if swimming at any other beach.
|Bald Hills Wetland Reserve|
|Approx 4kms from Tarwin and 10kms from Venus Bay.|
At the roundabout in Tarwin just past petrol station turn right onto Walkerville Road. Travel approximately4kms then turn left at the Bald Hills Wetland Reserve sign. Unmade road for next 4kms, turn left into the reserve and this track will take you to the lake with the bird observatory.(Go to Menu see Map)).
Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves.
Through their cultural traditions, the Boon Wurrung, Bunurong and Gunaikurnai identify the Bald Hills Wetland Reserve as their Traditional Country.
|Bear Gully is 25kms from Tarwin Lower|
Situated in Cape Liptrap Coastal Park between Cape Liptrap Lighthouse and Walkerville South has a camping ground run by Parks Victoria (Info 13 1963) Campers must be self sufficient and be aware where you camp as inclement weather is not unusual being so close to Bass Strait. Toilets are provided, dogs are not permitted in the campground or adjacent beach at any time. Stock up at Tarwin Lower or Venus Bay before heading down this area of Victoria's South Coast.
|5 Lindsey Close Inverloch VIC 3996|
Heated indoor pool, outdoor pool, tennis court,
steam room, fully equipped gym, spa,
hairdresser, massage, aqua classes
beauty treatments, myotherapy.
|Cape Liptrap Lighthouse is situated in Cape Liptrap Coastal Park 25 kilometres from Tarwin Lower. The lighthouse which is still in operation is 300 ft above sea level and was established in1913 to improve the safety of coastal shipping. |
Magnificent views across Bass Strait.
|Nest Giftware and Gallery|
|64 Cashin Street Inverloch VIC 3996|
Nests are woven together with a twig from here, a feather from there. Every piece is carefully selected and has a different story to tell. Our Nest is located in Cashin Street Inverloch (behind DIRTY THREE WINES) and is about bringing together the most beautiful goods for you to select for your own nest, many of which have been sourced from local talented artists and artisans. Let let us show you their stories...
|Venus Bay to Anderson Inlet Walk/Ride|
Turn left up Centre Road to the roundabout, then left into Canterbury Road where a bike lane is provided in some sections. After approximately 4kms turn right down Fishermans Road signposted to the boat ramp. This road is made all the way and takes you to Anderson Inlet, where there is a pier, boat ramp, playground, BBQ facilities and picnic tables.
The view of the inlet and wetlands id beautiful and birdlife abounds.
|Horse Racing 2019-20 Stony Creek near Meeniyan|
|South Gippsland Highway Stony Creek via Meeniyan VIC|
Country racing is great day out for all the family.
Stony Creek offers professional racing with a picnic type atmosphere-there is always something going on for the kids and adults alike, not forgetting the competitive racing.
Note: No BYO or glassware permitted on track
|Venus Bay to Beach 3 & 5 Walk Ride|
|From the Venus Bay Caravan Park turn left past the shops up Centre Street to the roundabout and left again up Canterbury Road. The bike lane is in some sections of Canterbury Road, it does stop and start. Continue in the bike lane along Canterbury Road until the Beach 3 sign and turn left foloowing the beach sign. It is a made road to the carpark. A short path takes you onto the beach. No flags, no toilets. This beach not patrollled and has s strong undertow - not for poor swimmers.|