Bold landscapes fuel intense artistic vision.
Discover the new wave of artists inspired by the dramatic surrounds.


An obsession with jewellery and having completed an intensive design and silversmithing course in England, Lucinda Newton (née O'Neil) established her own studio in Port Fairy and began creating designs under the brand LUONE in 2007.

LUONE is an Australian jewellery label which boasts handcrafted collections imbuing elegance and timeless design. We are passionate about simple but beautiful pieces for women who love, wear and appreciate jewellery with the bespoke element.

Signature details and a beautiful array of hand-selected pearls and gems combined with the classic precious metals sterling silver, yellow gold and rose gold are features that form the uniquely distinctive and eye-catching LUONE style.


P.K`s interest in photography began as a teenager growing up on the west coast of Victoria. It wasn`t long before new places to explore and surf lured him further down the Great Ocean Road.

For the past 25 years P.K has been based in Port Campbell. He has also traveled around Australia and overseas always,  with his camera at the ready.


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Is a collection of images gathered by Peter (P.K) Kirkhouse,  blended with music from local artists into a contemporary story that takes us through Gatabanut, Peek Whurrong and Kirrae Whurrong country.

Enjoy this DVD portraying how  the spirit of the land and the power of the Southern Ocean has formed this country into a place of awesome beauty that demands respect from the people lucky enough to live in or visit this area.

D.V.D's available at the 12 Apostles Visitor Information Centre, Port Campbell.


Brett Clarke is an emerging indigenous artist, with funk edged tunes and a soulful voice covering an eclectic range of music genres.

Brett Clarke, a Gunditjmara/ Kirrae Whurrong Songman, is celebrating the release of his much anticipated debut album ‘Keep the Dream Alive’ .  Featuring many fine artists including: Bart Willoughby, Amy Saunders, Dave Arden and his mother Patricia Clarke.

From Framlingham Aboriginal mission, inspired and influenced by his late Grandfather Banjo Clarke, this album reflects the stories and words of wisdom he was told as a child.


One day, while scribbling furiously aboard the adult colouring bandwagon, Clare Younis had a major realisation: The places, plants and creatures she grew up amongst on the Great Ocean Road offered a rich and rare theme for her own version. She rapidly found that it was almost too great- for Clare, drawing the designs was even more addictive than decorating the work of others.