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Exploring the Guts Of Gippsland

So since I’ve (hopefully) convinced you to come and

Visit the Cider Tonic Apothecary Shed

once  you have experiened the garden that grows our ingredients & shopped our amazing range of products, let me suggest a few of the wonderful places to visit while you’re here, and you’ll be planning that road trip in no time.

We are located in the picturesque little town of Yarram. located in the Guts of Gippsland.  In Gippsland it is The Middle of Everywhere. From amazing beaches to rain forests, old fishing villages to art trails and national parks, there are an endless amount of things you can fill your days with.

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The Cider Tonic Apothecary Shed open most days 10am – 2pm, visits  can be organised outside of usual hours

Port-Albert

 

The Historic fishing village of Port Albert a great place to through in a line.

There are a few amazing places you will want to add to your list to explore:

Just click on the place name to head to their landing page

 

Heesco Town Street Art Trail –  Huge murals on and in building all over Yarram, telling stories of amazing people & history all throughout our town

 Ninety-Mile Beach – Go surf fishing, refresh with a swim or ride the waves, enjoy a day out on our endless golden coast line of the Ninety mile beach

Tarra Bulga National Park  Search for fungi, keep an eye out for Lyrebirds, and chase water falls in the temperate rain forests of Tarra Bulga National Park

Port Albert  Visit the quaint historic fishing village of Port Albert – Victoria’s first established Port. Fish off the jetty’s, enjoy a boat charter & be sure to enjoy the very best fresh Fish & Chips at the wharf.

Wilsons Promontory National Park  Walk remote coastal bushland trails and swim at pristine beaches dominated by granite tors. Camp in comfort at family-friendly Tidal River or hike to a more secluded campsite. Either way, the local wombats, kangaroos and emus are waiting to meet you.

Agnes Falls  Hidden within the rolling green hills of the Strzelecki Ranges, the meandering Agnes River cascades over rocks into a deep picturesque gorge. At 59 metres, Agnes Falls are the highest single span falls in Victoria.

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Tarra Bulga Nationl Park

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Yarrams magnificent Regent Theatre

 

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Woodside Surf Beach

While you’re here you will want refreshments & maybe a place to stay. Here are my go to selections.

Food & Coffee

Cafe Aga for Breakfast, Lunch & Coffee

The Bean Pedlar– Coffee Roaster

The General– Port Albert

Port Albert Wharf Fish n Chips

Accomodation

The Boat Harbour Jetty BnB

Post Albert Waterview Retreat  

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The Bean Pedlar Coffee Roasters, right here in Yarram, also features one of Heescos Murals

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Yarram has many beautiful old historic buildings.

 

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One of many Heesco murals in & around Yarram. This one is located inside of Cafe Aga

I truly hope to see you soon.

Photo credits: Mark McInnes Yarram Custom Framing

(all photos taken by Mark execpt the Bean Pedlar Photo)

 

 

Until next time, get out there & enjoy the little things in life.
Remember to love your guts like l love your guts!

Marina | Cider Tonic