Visit the towns in Corangamite Shire . . . . . from Skipton in the north, Derrinallum and Lismore, Camperdown, Terang, Cobden, Timboon, to Port Campbell, Princetown, Simpson in the south.
Located on the world's third largest volcanic plain
The world's unofficial 'Dairy Capital'
On the banks of the Mount Emu Creek sits the Shire's smallest town
Centre of the farming community and lies at the foot of Mount Elephant
Situated on the Hamilton Hwy, Lismore is surrounded by fertile farming land producing wool, lamb, cereals and oilseed canola
The birthplace of Allan Marshall, nestled at the foot of an extinct volcano
A popular seaside town set amidst some of Victoria's most spectacular coastline and 10 minutes drive from the 12 Apostles
The hilltop village overlooking the Shipwreck Coast
In the south east of the Shire and part of one of the most productive dairying centres in Australia
Skipton, northern most town in the Shire and the birthplace of Sir Henry Bolte
A town lined with 19th century buildings and 100-year-old National Trust listed trees
The gourmet hub . . . .local whisky, organic yoghurt, cheeses, honey, icecream and strawberries