ENJOY HARDY EARLY PIONEERING SPIRIT
For a natural history lesson, visit the extinct MT NOORAT VOLCANO WALK, 5km south of Terang. Mt Noorat is one of Australia’s best preserved dry craters, which descends 150m from its peak.
The walk to the mountains peak is 800m return, offering commanding views of surrounding volcanic lands.
Other walking and riding trails in the area include the pretty lowlands of Terang Dry Lake Walk and the Terang and Noorat bike trail with views to the north of Mount Noorat.
Terang, located 2.5 hours from Melbourne on route to coastal Warrnambool. Terang is a town lined with 19th century buildings and 100-year-old National Trust listed trees.
To enjoy the towns early settler past, a Heritage Trail leads visitors around many of the towns historic points of interest including the old Post Office and Terang church.
Terang has many motels, cottages and camping options, including several occupying historic buildings.
Where To Stay
Located in the township of Terang about 212 kilometres South West of Melbourne the Dalvue Motel features 11 standard and executive suites, full off street parking, Wi-Fi, Digital television, clean...
Terang Motor Inn
The Terang Motor Inn is a 3.5 star rated motel. Offering 12 ground floor clean, comfortable refurbished rooms in Terang.
Keayang Farm Stay
Keayang is located adjacent to the Terang dry lake and golf course on the Princes Highway in south-west Victoria.
Eat and Drink
The Little Acorn Cafe
The Little Acorn Café in the former Maternal and Child Health Centre in Terang, next door to the library and playground.
Terang Country Bakery
Terang Country Bakery is an award-winning bakery featuring a wide variety of pies, cakes, bread, coffees, snacks and daily specials.
With new owners who have recently taken over, Kram Cafe offers a wide variety of food and drink options to dine in or take away, including sandwiches, coffees, cold drinks,...