About Timboon

Timboon is 20 minutes from Port Campbell and down the road from the 12 Apostles and the Great Ocean Road. Timboon is a quintessential Aussie town; it is the local hub of the region with a hospital, school and old ladies with a rug over their knee selling raffle tickets out front of the supermarket.

In The Age newspaper May 2012, it was written:

“After stashing the fillets of meat in a fridge at Pebble Point, we drive towards Timboon, home of some of the most popular parts of the food loop. With about 800 residents, Timboon is, by the Princetown measuring stick, a metropolis.

Jodi and I top up our haul of meat with cheese from French-born Matthieu Megard at L’Artisan Cheese. The tasting shot(s) of whisky at the Timboon Distillery are enough to run off thoughts of an afternoon siesta, at least for me.

We buy more local produce at the Fat Cow. This place of good food, a cafe, isn’t on the food trail but includes curries made from scratch and pies made by the owners, Tod and Lisa, who are both chefs. Here is also a selection of produce from the food trail.”

The Timboon Railway Shed Distillery, Timboon Fine Ice Cream, Fat Cow Cafe, Berry World, Mouse Trap Cafe and L’Artisan Cheese are all minutes away. The quintessential Timboon Pub, banks, supermarket, and other amenities are all in walking distance. Take the opportunity to find out more about the 12 Apostles Gourmet Trail!

Timboon has an 18 hole golf course and the Rail Trail passes 20 metres from the front door!’

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