Warrook is a 300 acre working cattle farm situated on the South Gippsland Hwy, 6 km before Lang Lang. You will be welcomed into the historic homestead with its antique furniture and open fires to enjoy a delicious home cooked BBQ, and then onto the weatherproof hay ride for a "Full Farm Tour" finishing with damper & billy tea.
Shearing, working sheep dogs, hand milking, boomerang throwing, hay rides and feeding pet kangaroos and wombats are some highlights at Warrook.
Weddings are also catered for.
For further information, ring (03) 5997 1321 or visit their Internet site.
The Speedway is situated in Grundy Avenue in the heart of Nyora. Travelling down the South Gippsland Highway, towards Korumburra, you turn off at the Nyora signpost, travel a couple of Kilometres into town turning right at the Nyora Hotel. Or turn off the South Gippsland Highway into Lang Lang and continue to Nyora via McDonalds Track. An easy ¾ of an hour drive from Dandenong and Frankston.
We are at present working to increase our banking but there is plenty of room to sit with a clear view overlooking the track. Whilst alcohol is allowed at the track we have a large dry area for family enjoyment.
Canteens are situated at the Speedway side of the Football Pavilion and near the entrance to the Pits. During the Night Season we have extra Food Vans to handle the bigger crowds. There is also our regular Donut Van. Our well stocked Souvenir Box is easy to find on the Spectator Hill and has plenty to interest Speedway Fans.
For further information, visit the VSPA site,
The South Gippsland Railway is one of Australia's longest privately managed and operated volunteer mainline passenger railways. Steam, diesel and railcar trains operate all year round over forty kilometres of rugged and historic railway through exclusive and stunning scenery. Choose your special train, steam or diesel, and them climb the tortuous 1 in 40 gradients of the notorious Bena Bank to Korumburra, then plunge down the equally steep Kardella Bank to Ruby and on to Leongatha.
Join the train at Leongatha, Korumburra, Loch or Nyora, all on the South Gippsland Highway, and spend as much time as you want exploring just the railway or eateries, art galleries, specialist farms and other tourism attractions in the region.
Located in south east Victoria, an area which is lush green all year, the South Gippsland Steam Railway is only 90 minutes from Melbourne and less than one hour from Wilsons Promontory, Inverloch, Cape Patterson and the world famous Penguin Parade on Phillip Island. Just 15km from Lang lang via McDonalds Track or the South Gippsland Hwy. The SGR is centrally located for your day out, weekend away or holiday break.
For further information and timetable, visit this site.
Located in Bass on the Bass Hwy., 20 min. drive past Lang Lang is The Giant Worm Museum, advertised as "The Wonder From Down Under", "a world first" and a place where you can "see the world's largest earth worms on display". This 100m structure, in the likeness of the worms it celebrates, allows the visitor to crawl through a magnified worm burrow and walk through a simulated worm's stomach. It also features a theatrette, a natural history of worms, a marine worm tank and a local history display.
Gippsland is in fact the only region in the world which produces the giant worms, which can grow to nearly 3 metres in length.
The attraction offers a unique opportunity of close contact & handling of our popular wildlife. Amenities - 150 seat coffee shop - gift shop, BBQ & picnic areas, toilets, coach & car parking. Open every day 10am - 5pm. Bass Highway, Bass. Contact (03) 5678 2222
At Korumburra ( a 25 min. drive past Lang Lang along the South Gippsland Hwy), Coal Creek Historical Village attracts thousands of visitors to experience a glimpse of the past when black coal was the lifeblood of Victoria’s industry and ensured the settlement of the South Gippsland region.
The Coal Creek Historical Park village consists of a collection of around fifty buildings which are either directly relocated (and restored) or faithfully copied from the mining towns of the area c.1890-1900. It is located upon the original site of the Coal Creek Mine, the first profitable black coal mine in Victoria, and situated upon thirty acres of land, which have been replanted with native flora in an attempt to recreate the rain forest environment of the original township. Some of its features include the poppet head, the mine manager's residence, the Premier Carriage Factory, a cordial factory, a railway station, a printer's shop with olden-style typesetting, a school and church, the mine tunnel, for a glimpse of life underground, original settler's cottages, including Edward Hobsen's wattle-and-daub hut (c.1842), and horse-drawn vehicle rides.
It is open from 9.00 a.m. - 5.00 pm 7 days a week. Contact (03) 5655 1811.
For further information, visit this site.
The Penguin Parade is located on Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia, only 140 kilometres south-east of Melbourne. The area is a reserve designed to protect and promote awareness of Little Penguins.
The Phillip Island Penguin Parade is part of the newly formed (1996) Phillip Island Nature Park which includes the Phillip Island Koala Conservation Centre.
The Parade is open every day of the year. The best time to visit is at sunset, when the penguins cross Summerland Beach to return to their sand-dune burrows. After a day fishing for food in the waters surrounding Phillip Island, the penguins make their way across Summerland Beach in groups. This delightful event is commonly known as the "penguin parade". This unique "parade" can be experienced from environmentally friendly observation boardwalks and viewing stands.
For further information , contact the Penguin Parade