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Bored these holidays?
for bookings or further information
or phone 0413 693 376
PROOF TO SOMMER
For families (9 years plus)
or Paintball (16 years plus)
Come and try...
89 Archies Creek Road
Tasty street-style food, with craft beer on tap.
Cosy pub with a sunny beer garden.
Open Tuesday to Sunday
Lunch 12 noon - 3pm
Dinner 6pm - 8.30pm
Bring your own
Bookings preferred Budget
The Esplanade Hotel
1 a'Beckett Street
Family bistro, sports bar /
TAB, alfresco dining
Open 7 days - Lunch 12noon-2.30pm
Lunch menu 2.30-5pm
69-77 Cashin Street
0439 038 893
Strongly focused on fresh produce
grown on the property, only in season
and by the use of organic farming
Open Thursday-Sunday 8am-3pm
Café open everyday
The Wonthaggi Club
ALL DAY KITCHEN
16 McBride Avenue.
Ph: 5672 1007
Quality Meals, new menus,
Stage 1 revovations- bar/ lounge area open,
TAB, Courtesy Bus, Entertainment
Venue Open 9am
Kitchen open 12pm – 8pm
Wonthaggi Golf Club
11 Doctor Sleeman Drive
Picturesque bistro. Keep an eye out
for our families of kangaroos!
Open 7 days
12 noon - 8pm
A quick reference to dining in
Bass Coast and South Gippsland
Wonthaggi Workmen’s Club
75 Graham Street
Quality meals, TAB, courtesy bus,
Open 7 days - Venue open from 9am
Lunch 12 noon - 2pm
Dinner 6pm - 8.30pm
The Shearing Shed
116 Gap Road
Grill and Bar in an elegant and rustic setting,
with an emphasis on sustainable quality
meats and produce from Australia’s
Extended hours for January:
Tuesday to Sunday dinners,
6pm – late,
Friday, Saturday & Sunday Lunch,
12pm – 2pm.
Kilcunda General Store /
udder & hoe
3535 Bass Highway
Ph: 5678 7007
General Store, Cafe and local produce
store situated on the highway with
spectacular views of the coastline
Open 7 days
(udder & hoe closed Tuesdays)
SUMMER by the Sea, held over January is a great
opportunity for you to discover Victoria’s marine and
Until January 26, DEPI and Parks Victoria are hosting
hundreds of free guided activities across the state.
This includes over 25 activities in the South Gippsland
and Bass Coast areas.
There are walks to discover the secrets of rock pools,
beaches, estuaries and mudflats while learning about
the diverse habitats and species of Victoria’s coast.
Enjoy fossil safaris, walking tours, coastal crafts, kite
making and playing detective both on the beach and in
For the more adventurous, test your navigational skills
in the Enviro Course Challenges or try snorkelling, ca-
noeing, stand up paddle-boarding and much more.
Bookings are essential for most activities.
For more information and to book visit www.coast-
carevictoria.eventbrite.com.au, or http://parkweb.vic.
by the sea
GET excited for a whole two weeks of holiday activi-
ties with the Karmai Vacation Care – an initiative of the
Karmai Community Children’s Centre.
There are morning and afternoon sessions for chil-
dren aged four to 12.
All sessions are based at the Korumburra Primary
School and start today.
Tuesday, January 12 – Water fun day: Make your own
‘sponge bomb’ (morning), or get into the action with wa-
ter balloon piñatas (afternoon).
Wednesday, January 13 – Excursion to Leongatha:
Jump on the Korumburra train and watch the Peanuts
movie at Leongatha.
Thursday, January 14 – Bubble fun day: Use bubbles
to make a masterpiece (morning), or make big bubbles
with your own wand (afternoon).
Friday, January 15 – Excursion to Maru: Meet the ani-
mals at Maru Koala and Animal Park at Grantville. There
are talks with rangers and mini golf (numbers limited).
Monday, January 18 – Baking and cooking: Make your
own chef ’s hat then bake and decorate cookies (morn-
ing). In the afternoon make mini pizzas for afternoon tea
and take home some pasta creations.
Tuesday, January 19 – Picnic at Coal Creek: There’s
so much to do at Coal Creek – on this day’s events par-
ticipants will step back in time and enjoy a classic style
picnic with fun and games. Following lunch children can
feed the ducks or enjoy a train ride.
Wednesday, January 20 – Water fun day: If you missed
out on the bubbles and water day the week earlier, you
can still join in on Wednesday. In the morning there is
sponge bomb making, then in the afternoon giant bubble
making and pavement chalk art.
Thursday, January 21 – Science fun day: Don your sci-
ence jacket and learn about rockets. There is a chance
to experiment with rockets – discover the science behind
it and test how high rockets will launch, or how fast or
slow they take off (morning). In the afternoon make your
own slime and take it home – it’s squishy science fun!
Friday, January 22 – Party time: It’s the last day of va-
cation care – join in the party with an incursion with face
painting, balloon animals and party games.
For more information and to book a place in the activi-
ties, see advert this issue or call 5655 2121.
Have fun these school
holidays with Karmai
Participants in the Karmai Community Children’s
Centre school holiday activities caught the train to
Leongatha to watch a movie. A similar activity will
be held on January 13 to watch ‘Peanuts’.
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