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Overview

Camperdown

Take the picturesque inland route to the 12 Apostles and discover Camperdown located on the world's third largest volcanic plain. The region's lush pastures are home to dairy farms producing mouth-watering cheeses, which can be sampled and purchased at nearby Timboon. For an indulgent afternoon, settle in for a refreshing ale and gourmet lunch at Camperdown's Snout in the Trough.

Lakes and craters

Climb to the top of Mt Leura and Mt Sugarloaf and take in 360-degree views of the coastal ranges and rolling western plains. Volcanic activity has shaped much of the surrounding landscape, leaving a legacy of cones, lakes and craters to explore.

Keen fisher-folk will enjoy the chance to snag a few trout or chinook salmon at the many nearby lakes and streams.

Winding trails

For a dose of fresh country air, climb aboard your bike and head along the Camperdown Timboon Rail Trail to take in rolling green pastures, lakes, historic trestle bridges and pristine bushland.

Gourmands ahoy

With a growing reputation for fine local produce and gourmet treats, the region now attracts foodies from across the state. Bring your basket and traverse the 12 Apostles Gourmet Trail to sample everything from whiskey, cheese and wine to yoghurt, strawberries and craft beer.

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Things to do

Camperdown

Cycling

Camperdown Timboon Rail Trail

Cycle along the historic railway line from Camperdown to Timboon and discover volcanic lakes, open farmland and lush forest.

Water sports

Canoeing and kayaking

Paddle out to sea on a kayak and explore the Great Ocean Road region from bays and ocean waves or take a canoe on the lakes, rivers and estuaries.

Outdoor activities

Fishing

Target snapper, tuna and kingfish along some of the best ocean fishing grounds along the Great Ocean Road or cast a line for river bream or whiting.

Beaches & coastlines

Lakes and waterways

Head to the Great Ocean Road region to Lake Elizabeth in the Otways to view the elusive platypus or paddle down the Glenelg River to an ancient cave.

Makers markets

Camperdown Rotary Market

Held on the historic avenue of Camperdown's Manifold Street, the Camperdown Rotary Market is held on the first Sunday of each month. The market...

4 Dec 2016
5 Feb 2017
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2 Apr 2017

Festivals

Camperdown's Robert Burns Scottish Festival

Following the blowing success that was the 2015 Robert Burns Festival, Camperdown and Corangamite Shire have now confirmed that the 2016 Camperdown...

19 - 21 May 2017

Shopping

Pombo Mart Antique, Cafe & Gift Centre

Antique, Gift Centre and Cafe located in the iconic, historic sheds on the Princes Highway between Camperdown and Colac have been renovated to...

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