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46 – The Great Southern TOURIST NEWS
Warrnambool & Port Fairy
Port Fairy Spring Music Festival, October 14-16
Port Fairy Agricultural Show, November 5
Koroit Agricultural Society Show, November 12
Tarerer Festival, November 11-12
Warrnambool / Port Fairy Shipwreck Coast Golf
Tournament, November 12-13
driving guide – distance & times
Description: Come inside Victoria’s first National Park, a volcanic crater and international
site of geological significance with ash layers showing. Aboriginal people existed at
the time of eruption some 30,000 years ago. Experienced local guides offer enjoyable
activities suited to independent travellers, families, buses or school groups. Engage with
Australian wildlife in natural habitat whilst gaining a better understanding of native
vegetation, Aboriginal lifestyles, food and medicine.
Type of operation: Guided activities connecting people with nature and culture.
Location: Princes Highway between Warrnambool & Port Fairy.
Opening Times: 9am-5pm weekdays, 10am-4pm weekends & Public Holidays
Daily guided experiences by prior arrangement.
Contact: Tourism Manager
Business: Tower Hill/Worn Gundidj
Address: Princes Highway, Tower Hill VIC, 3283
+61 3 5565 9202 Fax: +61 3 5561 5715
aborig inal culture, volcano & wildlife haven
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