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Wyndham Resort Torquay Please note: Guests paying with a credit card will incur a merchant service fee of 0.90% in addition to the total amount payable. We thank you for your understanding. 100 The Esplanade Torquay VIC 3228 Australia. Reception hours: 7am to 9pm Sun to Thurs, 7am to 11pm Fri to Sat

Arts and Culture

Bellbrae Carriages – 10 mins

Bellbrae Carriages is a museum of early Australian horse-drawn carriages. It is located by the corner of Hendy Main Road and Brushfields Road. Follow Coombes Road westbound off Geelong Road, just north of Torquay, and it becomes Hendy Main Road.

 

Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre – 15 mins

Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre welcomes visitors to experience Indigenous culture. The gallery/retail area displays a wide range of Aboriginal arts and crafts with staff keen to share their extensive knowledge of history and culture. Visitors can also be treated to a didgeridoo performance, hear stories of Dreamtime paintings or take a leisurely stroll through the native garden. Entry to Narana is free and presentations can be booked at a moderate price.

 

Australian National Surfing Museum – 3 mins

The Australian National Surfing Museum is the world’s largest surfing museum boasting an incredible collection of surf memorabilia. Marvel at fascinating displays, which tell the story of Australia’s significant surf heritage, and celebrate the country’s love of the ocean.

 

Driving times are approximate.

Bellbrae Carriages – 10 mins

Bellbrae Carriages is a museum of early Australian horse-drawn carriages. It is located by the corner of Hendy Main Road and Brushfields Road. Follow Coombes Road west bound off Geelong Road, just north of Torquay, and it becomes Hendy Main Road.

 

Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre – 15 mins

Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre welcomes visitors to experience Indigenous culture. The gallery/retail area displays a wide range of Aboriginal arts and crafts with staff keen to share their extensive knowledge of history and culture. Visitors can also be treated to a didgeridoo performance, hear stories of Dreamtime paintings or take a leisurely stroll through the native garden. Entry to Narana is free and presentations can be booked at a moderate price.

 

Australian National Surfing Museum – 3 mins

The Australian National Surfing Museum is the world’s largest surfing museum boasting an incredible collection of surf memorabilia. Marvel at fascinating displays, which tell the story of Australia’s significant surf heritage, and celebrate the country’s love of the ocean.

Driving times are approximate.

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