• The Loch Ard Shipwreck Museum
    With an interesting collection of shipwreck relics and a video on the sinking of the Loch Ard, open daily 9am-5.30pm. The museum also has a café and a booking office for fishing and scubadiving charters, and cruises to the Twelve Apostles and Bay of Islands.
  • Discovery Walk
    An introduction to the area's natural and historical features with the 2.5km self-guided Discovery Walk around the western headland area, about one hour's duration.
  • Olde Hall Gallery
    Local art and craft, and historical treasures at the Olde Hall Gallery.
  • Port Campbell National Park
    Exploring the natural wonders of the Port Campbell National Park, a narrow coastal strip from Princetown to Peterborough which takes in the Twelve Apostles rock formation (12km southeast), Loch Ard Gorge (7km southeast) and The Arch (6km west). Short walking trails around the Loch Ard Gorge lead to the cemetery and other interesting formations including the Blowhole and Elephant Rock.
  • Mutton Bird Island
    Just off the coast, and home to a large colony of short-tailed shearwaters (muttonbirds) from Sept – April. The best times for viewing the rookeries are dawn or dusk.
  • Discovery
    Walking tracks and historic shipwreck sites.
  • Timboon
    A scenic drive to the township of Timboon, 20km north, in the centre of the dairy country. Two features are cheese tastings and sales at Timboon Farmhouse and pick-your-own berries at Berry World.