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Beeac: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery

Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery is a not for profit organisation based in a former church, in the small regional community of Cororooke in South West Victoria. It is managed and staffed solely by volunteers since it's opening in September 2011.

Red Rock Regional Theatre and Gallery mission is to provide a low cost, state of the art venue for Theatrical and Musical performance.

The Gallery exhibits the work of local and Victorian artists . The Gallery reflects the charm of its rural location, whilst preserving this historic space for artwork display.

The Gallery provides diverse exhibitions of artwork and aims to develop supportive and professional networks within and beyond the region. It is staffed and managed by local artists and community members to provide opportunities for established, new and emerging artists to exhibit their work in a supportive, professional environment.

Carolyn Theatre provides a venue for performances of exceptional quality.

Refer to website for news and upcoming events and entry prices.

520 Corangamite Lake Road
Cororooke, VIC, 3254

Located 15.3K from Beeac

Colac Turf Club

The Colac Turf Club has had a long and proud tradition of turf racing, education and training of horses that spans more than 145 years.

Nestled at the foot of the Otway Ranges, the Colac Turf Club is one of the renowned country racecourses in the Great ocean Road region.

The Colac Gold Cup has become a much sought after trophy among top trainers within Victoria for many years and the record books show why. The past five Country Racehorses of the year have either won the Colac Gold Cup or been trained at Colac.

The club's four big race days in October, December, February and March draw many visitors to the region to enjoy grassroots community racing in a relaxed rural setting. While in the area, many visitors also take time out to enjoy the breathtaking coastline of the Great Ocean Road between Lorne and Apollo Bay. Colac is the major inland town servicing the tourist region.

Colac Lavers Hill Road
Colac, VIC, 3250

Located 17.7K from Beeac

Trees Adventure Otway Park

Trees Adventure is an eco-adventure experience. The park features exciting and challenging courses high in the tree canopy, that will have you swinging, leaping, climbing and flying through the forest.

The course lets you experience Australia's unique landscape, allowing thrill seekers and nature enthusiasts to experience the trees like never before.

Flying foxes zip between the trees at exhilarating speeds, while cargo nets, rope bridges and wooden obstacles offer physical challenges high above the ground.

The courses become increasingly difficult as you climb higher into the canopy, which means that you can find the right level to suit you.

Suits ages from four years up to adult, and yes, there are even extreme "black" courses for the really adventurous.

Please visit our website for more information.

70 Possum Ridge Road
Yeodene, VIC, 3249

Located 24.6K from Beeac

Beeac: Events

Bach to the Bush - Cororooke - Colac

'Bach to the Bush' is an ongoing concert series by Newcastle, NSW cellist Anthony Albrecht. An outstanding young musician of international renown, Anthony is a recent graduate of The Juilliard School's prestigious Historical Performance program which he attended on full scholarship, and is currently based in London as a Guildhall School of Music and Drama Research Scholar.

Anthony returns to Australia regularly for performances with Pinchgut Opera and the Australian Haydn Ensemble, and has recorded for ABC Classics and VIA Records (New York City).

In these two-hour concerts, selections from J.S. Bach's stunning suites for solo cello are interspersed with other short, early works for the instrument and discussion of the historical and cultural context of this timeless music.

Anthony is a descendent of Colac pioneers, the Raper family and Bassett family.

Tickets are available at the door, or book ahead online.

Event Dates
      24th Jun

520 Corangamite Lake Road
Cororooke, VIC, 3254

Located 14.8K from Beeac

Beeac: Travel Tips

Colac Visitor Information Centre

Welcome to Colac, where the Otways ranges meet the Western Victoria Volcanic plains. Colac is nestled on the shore of Lake Colac, Victoria's largest freshwater lake. Colac provides a perfect place to explore surrounding villages that include Gellibrand, Birregurra, Forrest, Cressy, Beeac, Beech Forest and Lavers Hill.

Discover the local fauna and flora; ancient myrtle beech and mountain ash, fungi, koalas, kangaroos, echidnas, glow-worms, platypus, birds and more.

Follow local foodies trails, sampling home grown produce. Journey into the past exploring the volcanic plains, railway and timber heritage, history walks and discovery trails at Colac and the Otway Villages. Take time to wander through the Colac Botanic Gardens overlooking Lake Colac, watch a bird or walk lakeside.

Natural attractions and outdoor activities include the Old Beechy Rail Trail , Forrest Mountain bike trails, Lake Elizabeth , segway trails, globe riding, Red Rock and the Western Victoria Volcanic Plains , waterfalls and bush walks, the Otway Fly Tree Top Walk.

There are plenty of accommodation options to suit your personal taste and budget. For more detailed information on accommodation and things to see and do in the Otway Region please visit the Visit Otways website.

Corner of Murray Street and Queen Street
Colac, VIC, 3250

Located 16.7K from Beeac

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