Prefabricated in Hamburg, Germany, the Heights was erected in 1854 and is the largest dwelling of its kind in Victoria. Explore this unique property which still retains many of its mid-nineteenth century charms.
Geelong & Bellarine Peninsula is a coastal paradise that offers a delightful mix of scenic landscapes, charming towns, and cultural attractions. With its stunning beaches, wineries, and gourmet eateries, this region promises a perfect day out or weekend away.
While you're here, make sure to visit the National Trust properties – each holds a piece of Victoria's history.
Suggested Duration: 1-2 Days
Sailors Rest offers a wide range of menu choices across breakfast, all-day brunch, lunch and dinner options. The restaurant has a long history as a home away from home for sailors, providing them with accommodation, company and entertainment. You can view the heritage-listed electric light-bulb sign originally installed in 1926 – reportedly the oldest remaining electric sign in Victoria.
Developed in 1927, the Pavilion served as a community hub for decades. Today, it has been refreshed and offers a range of breakfast and lunch options on their all-day menu. The Pavilion upstairs space, Caledonia Shores, offers unique Asian freestyle dishes, cocktails and a bar 7 nights a week.