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Apollo Bay Calendar

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JANUARY 2017

Mon. 26h Dec
- Wed. 4th Jan
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40th Apollo Bay Art Show
@  Apollo Bay Community Centre, 4 Whelan Street
& Arts Inc. Gallery, 21 Great Ocean Road

Contemporary, Traditional, 3D Sculptural & Photographic Artworks

The Apollo Bay Art Show is proud to be celebrating its 40th Anniversary exhibition this summer.

There are a few changes to make note of this year. To celebrate 40 years we are having a double venue show.

This year we have added 3D Sculpture and Photography to the list of mediums. This decision was made to make our show inclusive of all artists and to celebrate their varied talents in a broader range of mediums. The committee are very excited about how the show will look this year.

Tue. 3rd
 - 2pm
1701 jr badgeRainforest Walk - Maits Rest

All animals have three basic needs: food, water and shelter. Join a ranger and discover unique ways the bush can provide these survival essentials.

Bookings essential. Click here for further details and to book your spot.

Wed. 4th
 - 10am
1701 jr badgeRockpool Ramble - Blanket Bay

Learn who lives in the rockpools, what they eat and where they hide

Bookings essential. Click here for further details and to book your spot.

Fri. 6th
 - 10am
1701 jr badgeRanger Games & Activities - Aire River West

Discover life in the estuary! The challenges of living in this area, the inhabitants and the predators.

Bookings essential. Click here for further details and to book your spot.

Mon. 9th
 - 10am
1701 jr badgeRanger Games & Activities - Johanna Beach

Discover life in the estuary! The challenges of living in this area, the inhabitants and the predators.

Bookings essential. Click here for further details and to book your spot.

Tue. 10th - Fri. 10th
 - 8.30am-1pm
1701 tackersLearn to Sail Programs for Kids, Teenagers & Adults

The Mobile Boatshed will be visiting Apollo Bay Sailing Club for the very first time in January 2017!

The Tackers is the main accredited introductory kids sailing course recognised by Yachting Australia for Ages 7 – 12 years.

Sailing

Tackers 1 – Having Fun (beginner level) or Tackers 2 - better sailing, tricks & technique.

See here for full details.

Tue. 10th
 - 2pm
1701 jr badgeRockpool Ramble - Marengo Reefs

Learn who lives in the rockpools, what they eat and where they hide.

Bookings essential. Click here for further details and to book your spot.

Wed. 11th
 - 2pm
1701 jr badgeRanger Games & Activities - Marengo Reefs

Discover life in the estuary! The challenges of living in this area, the inhabitants and the predators.

Bookings essential. Click here for further details and to book your spot.

Sun. 15th
 - 9am-1pm
Apollo Bay Farmers Market @ The Youth Club ab farmers market

See here for further details

Wed. 18th
 - 10am
1701 jr badgeRockpool Ramble - Blanket Bay

Learn who lives in the rockpools, what they eat and where they hide

Bookings essential. Click here for further details and to book your spot.

Fri. 20th
 - 10am
1701 jr badgeRanger Games & Activities - Blanket Bay

Discover life in the estuary! The challenges of living in this area, the inhabitants and the predators.

Bookings essential. Click here for further details and to book your spot.

Mon. 23rd
 - 1pm
1701 jr badgeRockpool Ramble - Blanket Bay

Learn who lives in the rockpools, what they eat and where they hide

Bookings essential. Click here for further details and to book your spot.

Wed. 25th
 - 6pm
COSColac Otway Shire Council Meeting @ COPACC

See the full agenda here.

. 26th
1701 day in the bay posterA Day in the Bay - Australia Day Celebrations
@ Apollo Bay Foreshore
FREE ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL!

Live performances          Colac Otway Shire Awards Ceremony

Sausage Sizzle          Games          Kids Activities

Fireworks @ 10pm on Sat. 28th January

COSSee further details here and click on the poster for more.

Fri. 27th
 - 2pm
1701 jr badgeRainforest Walk - Maits Rest

All animals have three basic needs: food, water and shelter. Join a ranger and discover unique ways the bush can provide these survival essentials.

Bookings essential. Click here for further details and to book your spot.

Sat. 28th
Fireworks @ Apollo Bay Foreshore
FREE ENTERTAINMENT FOR ALL!

There will be a fireworks display to celebrate the Australia Day long weekend running for approx 8 minutes.

Anywhere along the beach or with a view of the harbour will afford the best views of the show.

Mon. 30th
 - 4-6pm
U3A ABApollo Bay U3A Registration & Enrolment Day
@ Apollo Bay Community Centre
Whelan Street (ex Senior Citizens Centre)

U3A members are invited to re-register, or if you are not a member you can join U3A Apollo Bay.

Come along on Registration Day to find out what U3A has to offer and enrol in the courses or activities that interest you.

Fee: $20 per annum per person.

FEBRUARY 2017

Wed. 1st
 - 7pm
ccma1Climate Change in Corangamite – Presentation from the Catchment Management Authority
@ Marrar Woorn, Pengilley Ave, Apollo Bay

The Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CCMA) has recently released the Corangamite Natural Resource Management Plan for Climate Change.

The Plan uses current climate change data from sources such as CSIRO to understand local impacts and develop climate change adaptation plans.

The plan covers current climate science, vulnerability assessments of natural assets and discusses regional and catchment scale actions for responding to climate change and anticipated impacts.

Chris Pitfield from the CCMA will be presenting on the findings of this document.

This is a free event and all are welcome.

Thu. 2nd
 - 3-6pm
vicroadsLogoGreat Ocean Road Upgrade - Apollo Bay Community Drop-In Session

Come and learn how we are planning to upgrade the Great Ocean Road between Nelson Street and the Barham River. View the plans. Meet the team. Give feedback.

Mon. 13th
 - 2pm
U3A AB"WOMEN AT WORK: BARBARA LEORKE AND VAL FLITTON IN CONVERSATION"
@ Captain's at the Bay

U3A Apollo Bay Inc. and the Apollo Bay & District Historical Society Inc. invites you to the premier showing of “Women at Work: Barbara Leorke and Val Flitton in Conversation”.

The film produced by Bryan Dwyer is his latest work in recording the oral history of local residents of Apollo Bay along with pictures from those times.

Barbara and Val discuss their family histories, their childhood and youth in Apollo Bay, the war years, bringing up families, their community activities and the social changes they have seen since the 1920s.

Seating is limited so bookings are essential, contact Jannette Byrne on (03) 5237 7797, 0438 397 020 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Mon. 13th
 - 3.30-5.30pm
1702 computer courseCourse - Broadband for Seniors
@ Apollo Bay Bowling Club, 4-6 Moore St
Thu. 16th
 - 6.30pm
Apollo Bay Discussion Group @ the Krambruk Room, Apollo Bay Hotel
Guest Speaker: Kylie Bawden, Keeper, Werribee Open Range Zoo
Topic: “Lions and Tigers and… Baw Baw Frogs! Oh My!”

Kylie Bawden is a Keeper at Werribee Open Range Zoo, and is rather surprised to find that 18 years have slipped by since she began doing this. She currently works with carnivores there: Lions, African Wild Dogs and Meerkats, with sporadic visits to Gorillas to maintain cousinly ties. She has worked at all three of Victoria’s Zoos, with time at both Melbourne Zoo and Healesville Sanctuary where she was involved with the Recovery Program for the Mountain Pygmy Possum.1702 dg lion

Zoos are one of the places we go for a great family day out. Right? Join Kylie as she reflects on the journey our Zoos have taken in their current ambition to be leading Zoo-based conservation organizations. At a time when our wild places are feeling the pressure from human activity, Zoos Victoria have made a public declaration to protect 21 terrestrial Victorian species threatened with extinction. Come along and hear about the work being done to save the Eastern Barred Bandicoot with the help of some canine friends, as well as the local and global community conservation programs we’re passionately getting our hands dirty tackling.

We are once again meeting in the Krambruk Room. The meeting will start at 6.30pm to allow you to order food and to be seated by 7.00pm for Kylie to commence.

The Hotel offers a fixed price menu of $20 but you may order from the regular menu.

Pink boxes are placed on each table for donations. Donations are optional but all received are distributed back into the local community.

This event is open to everybody.  If you would like to attend, please contact Margaret Murphy by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone (03) 5237 6640.

See here for further details about the Discussion Group meetings.

Sat. 18th
 - 10am-9pm
Sun. 19th
 - 11am-4pm
1702 seafood festivalApollo Bay Seafood & Produce Festival

Showcasing the best seafood and produce that the area has to offer.

The Apollo Bay Chamber of Commerce announced that the sixth annual Apollo Bay Seafood Festival will return bigger and better. Due to popular demand, the festival will run over two days.

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Sun. 19th
 - 9am-1pm
Apollo Bay Farmers Market @ The Seafood & Produce Festival on the Foreshoreab farmers market

See here for further details

Wed. 22nd
 - 6pm
COSColac Otway Shire Council Meeting @ COPACC

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See the full agenda here.

Tue. 28th
 - 7pm
ab p12cApollo Bay P-12 College International Trip Presentation
@ Apollo Bay Footy Club Rooms

Students who attented the 2016 International Trip to India and the Maldives are delighted to share their adventures and experiences. Supper will be provided.

Everyone is welcome to attend and we look forward to seeing you there.

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MARCH 2017

Thu. 9th
- 9-10am
ab p12School Classroom Helpers Training Session

If you would like to volunteer some time to help in our junior school classrooms (such as listening to children read, helping with spelling or writing), we are on the hunt.

Thursday the 9th of March from 9-10am there will be an adult helpers training session to give you a basic understanding of how to work with the children in accordance with the programs we use. It will also give you confidence in how to help them out!

If you are interested (no experience necessary) to volunteer some time for this very rewarding experience, please contact Faith Morrissy via the front office at school on (03) 5237 6483 - or drop in to give your details.

Thu. 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th
- 2-3pm
1703 oh health talksFree Health Talks @ Marrar Woorn

Join Otway Health Community Health Nurse, Loren Jenkins, for this series of free health talks in March.

Thu.  9th Mar - Staying Well

Thu. 16th Mar - Asthma

Thu. 23rd Mar - Diabetes

Thu. 30th Mar - Chronic Illness

Click on the poster for more information.

Sun. 12th
 - 2pm
U3A ABFilm - "Women at Work: Barbara Leorke & Val Flitton in Conversation"
@ Apollo Bay Community Centre

U3A Apollo Bay and the Apollo Bay & District Historical Society are pleased to offer a repeat showing of “Women at Work: Barbara Leorke and Val Flitton in Conversation”.

The film produced by Bryan Dwyer is his latest work in recording the oral history of local residents of Apollo Bay along with pictures from those times.

Barbara and Val discuss their family histories, their childhood and youth in Apollo Bay, the war years, bringing up families, their community activities and the social changes they have seen since the 1920s.

Apollo Bay residents and visitors are welcome.

Bookings not required.

Wed 15th
- 9.30am-2pm
1703 oh hearing testsFree Hearing Tests with Australian Hearing @ Otway Health

To book please call (03) 5233 9100

For anyone over the age of 18

The in-medical centre hearing checks are non-invasive and take approximately 15 minutes to complete. The test involves people listening for sounds while wearing headphones.

In Australia, one in six people has some form of hearing loss and this rate doubles for those over the age of 61. However, on average, most people wait seven years before seeking help.

People with hearing loss may experience tinnitus, known as a ringing sensation in the ears. Other key signs include difficulty hearing people on the phone and asking others to repeat themselves.

During the 15-minute consultation, people will learn their results plus receive advice on what to do next. This may include an invitation to attend a full hearing assessment with a clinician, available at no cost to Australian pensioners.

For people who already have a hearing aid fitted, a free hearing aid health check will also be available.

Wed 15th
- 5.30pm
Public Meeting - "Apollo Bay's Health Service Crisis"
@ Apollo Bay Community Centre, 4 Whelan St

An important public meeting will be held to try to end Apollo Bay's 24/7 accident and emergency crisis.

To be convened by Dr Ray Nicholls (PhD) - 0438 050 738.

Thu. 16th
 - 6.30pm
Apollo Bay Discussion Group @ the Krambruk Room, Apollo Bay Hotel
Guest Speaker - Dr Libby Riches, Manager, Southern Otway Landcare Network
Topic - “People and Place - Making Maps For Communities”

Maps are powerful tools. When you put a map in front of someone you open up the conversation about their relationship with the places they value. However, most maps that communities see have been created by others: maps of planning schemes, development applications, masterplans, environmental management priorities and the like. These maps have been created by others (typically individuals or agencies with resources and or regulatory powers) as a guide to how will they manage places. Sometimes maps likes this become places of conflict because community values are not represented and we see decision making occurring without our input.

Participatory Mapping is an approach to mapping that allows community to openly express what they value about place. Often what people want to map is messy - it's stories, memories, knowledge and attachments. Another approach, Social Significance Assessment, is a tool that can be attached to mapping to help capture these relationships with place and ultimately represent them on a map.

Libby Riches researched methods for Participatory Mapping approaches to understanding Indigenous relationship to place as part of her PhD thesis. She then moved into professional consultancy undertaking Social Significance Assessments as places such at Lake Condah / Budj Bim National Heritage Place and Sydney's White Bay Power Station. Libby now manages the Southern Otway Landcare Network and is about to start applying these methods to a community mapping project. In this presentation she will be talking about methods for mapping people's relationship to place, her mapping project with Landcare, and the opportunities and challenges that are faced when using these maps to participate in decision making.

(Anyone wanting to undertake a bit of pre-reading might wish to have a look at Maps and Dreams by Hugh Brody).

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The Hotel offers a fixed price menu of $20 but you may order from the regular menu.

Pink boxes are placed on each table for donations. Donations are optional but all received are distributed back into the local community.

This event is open to everybody.  If you would like to attend, please contact Margaret Murphy by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone (03) 5237 6640.

See here for further details about the Discussion Group meetings.

Sat. 18th
Poster Show 2017bApollo Bay & District Agricultural Show
Sun. 19th
 - 9am-1pm
Apollo Bay Farmers Market @ The Youth Club ab farmers market

See here for further details

Wed. 22nd
- 11.30am-1.30pm
& 5.30pm-6.30pm
occ logoMarengo & Apollo Bay Beaches Sand Management Information Open House
@ Apollo Bay Surf Life Saving Club

See this Media Release for further information.

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Wed. 22nd
 - 6pm
COSColac Otway Shire Council Meeting @ Apollo Bay Community Centre

See the full agenda here.

Thu. 23rd
 - 6-8pm
vicroadsLogoGreat Ocean Road Community Consultation Session @ Apollo Bay Golf Club

Help us shape a strong future for the Great Ocean Road. Tell us what you would like to see to improve safety, signage, pedestrian and cycling access and to ease congestion.

APRIL 2017

Sat. 1st
1704 one for the otwaysOne For The Otways Live Album Launch
@ Great Ocean Road Brewhouse

This great album will be launched at the Great Ocean Road Brewhouse Sat April 1st.

100% of the proceeds' are to be donated to the 2017 revegetation season of the fire affected area of Wye River / Separation Creek.

Huge prizes to be won at the shows.

It's going to be a stellar night of entertainment supporting the Otways environment.

Sun. 2nd
 - 11am
solnApollo Bay Landcare Group AGM @ Marrar Woorn

Guest Speaker Kevin O'Connell will give a presentation on 'Environmental Mapping of the Otways'.

A light catered lunch (byo drinks) will follow.

RSVP by email (stwigg (at) skymesh.com.au) or phone (03) 5237 7190.

All members of the community are welcome.

Wed. 5th
 - 6-7pm
1704 like nobodys watchingDance Like Nobody's Watching
@ Apollo Bay Surf Life Saving Club

LIKE NOBODY’S WATCHING is a 1 hr dance session, in which you are invited to let your hair down, let loose and journey inward through movement, dance and play.

Re-connect to your beautiful body, and move as you please along to an eclectic mix of soulful beats. Our intention is to allow this group to evolve organically so that people may choose to compile their own playlist for future gatherings.

We also ask that people donate $5 to cover the cost of the venue hire and any remaining funds will be donated to www.yogaforhumankind.org.

Wear comfortable clothing and please no talking during the session.

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Wed. 12th
 - 5.30pm
Men's Shed Group Meeting
@ Apollo Bay Community Centre, 4 Whelan Street

A new Men's Shed Group is forming in Apollo Bay.

If you are interested in hearing about or joining this group you are invited to this meeting.

If you are interested but can't attend and want to hear more about the group please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Thu. 20th
 - 6.30pm
Apollo Bay Discussion Group
@ the SS Casino Room (formerly the Krambruk Room), Apollo Bay Hotel
Guest Speaker: Brian Humphries, Assistant Principal, and students from Apollo Bay P-12 College
Topic: Apollo Bay P-12 College Travels

Apollo Bay P-12 College has been conducting International trips with our students for the last 10 years. Groups have travelled to India, Tanzania, Borneo and the Maldives. The trips are lead and organised by the students, with students working and fundraising all of the funds required to complete their trip.

At this discussion group session you will hear Brian Humphries talk about the journey over the last 10 years and show photographs of each of the trips as well as hearing from several students who have just returned from our most recent trip to India and the Maldives. The students will show a collection of photographs and short films from their trip as well as explaining what it was like to travel in India and also live in a Muslim community in the Maldives.

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The meeting opens at 6.30pm to allow you to place your food order and be seated for Brian and the students to commence at 7pm.

The Hotel offers a fixed price menu of $20 but you may order from the regular menu.

Pink boxes are placed on each table for donations. Donations are optional but all received are distributed back into the local community.

This event is open to everybody.  If you would like to attend, please contact Margaret Murphy by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone (03) 5237 6640.

See here for further details about the Discussion Group meetings.

Fri. 21st
 - 9.30am
1704 ccmaLittle Wild Kids River Walk

Please join us for a fun walk on the Wild Dog Creek Estuary!

This will be a morning of discovery for pre-school kids and their parents and carers. We will:

Take a short walk with environmental experts along the Wild Dog Creek Estuary in Apollo Bay and the nearby beach

Learn about estuaries and the coast and the plants and animals that call them home

Showcase opportunities available in your local area for young families to get involved in citizen science and environmental groups

Have fun in the wild!

The walk is FREE and will be held from 9.30am to 11.30am on Friday 21st April, 2017.

The walk is pram friendly and a yummy morning tea will be provided.

RSVP is essential. Please contact the Corangamite CMA on (03) 5232 9100 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tue. 25th
rslANZAC Day Services & March @ the Apollo Bay War Memorial
Dawn Service

Commences at 6am at the War Memorial. Please assemble on the foreshore on the ocean side of the GOR opposite the memorial prior to 6am.

There will be a Gunfire Breakfast after the service in Nelson Street.

Parade & Service

The Parade steps off from the pedestrian crossing at the Apollo Bay Newsagency at 10.40am.

Please assemble between 10.15 and 10.30am.

The Service starts at 11am at the War Memorial.

Lunch

At the RSL, 12 Gallipolli Parade, Apollo Bay, from 12pm. Cost $20pp.

Wed. 26th
 - 6pm
COSColac Otway Shire Council Meeting @ COPACC

1704 cos agenda index

See the full agenda here.

Fri. 28th
 - 9.15am
breastscreenTake the Bus to Breastscreen Victoria in Geelong

Otway Health provides a bus to take women to appointments at Breastscreen Victoria in Geelong.

The next bus is scheduled for Friday 28th April, departing Otway Health at 9.15am.

It’s $12 for the return bus trip.

You are eligible for a free breast screen if:

  • You are a woman over the age of 40
  • You have not been screened in the last 12months
  • You have not had any previous breast complications

Please register and pay through Otway Health reception on (03) 5237 8500 by April 13th to secure a seat.

For enquiries please contact Otway Health Community Health Nurse, Loren Jenkins on (03) 5237 8500 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sat. 29th
 - 6pm
1704 ladies night inLadies Night In @ the Bowls Club

Supporting the National Breast Cancer Foundation's 'Path Towards a Cure'.

$10 entry. All ladies welcome. Food & drinks provided.

Special guests and raffles.

Please call Chloe on 0499 199 694 if you have any questions.

 

MAY 2017

Thu. 11th
 - 10am-1pm
COSCOS Council Drop In Session @ the front of Apollo Bay Bakery

“Community consultation is a very important part of the budget process and we want to give community members the opportunity to speak to us about the budget, and the projects and services important to them.” Chief Executive Officer, Colac Otway Shire, Sue Wilkinson.

See more in this Press Release.

Thu. 18th
 - 6.30pm
Apollo Bay Discussion Group @ the Krambruk Room, Apollo Bay Hotel
Guest Speaker: TBA
Topic: TBA

The Hotel offers a fixed price menu of $20 but you may order from the regular menu.

Pink boxes are placed on each table for donations. Donations are optional but all received are distributed back into the local community.

This event is open to everybody.  If you would like to attend, please contact Margaret Murphy by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone (03) 5237 6640.

See here for further details about the Discussion Group meetings.

Sat. 20th May
 - Sun. 21st
1705 gorrfGreat Ocean Road Running Festival

Formerly known as the Great Ocean Road Marathon, the event has grown to allow runners of all ages and fitness levels to participate in events ranging from the 1.5km Kid’s Gallop all the way up to the 60km Ultra Marathon. In order to make the event an even better weekend away for runners and their support crew, be it family or friends, we’re bringing you even more things to do in Apollo Bay & Lorne than ever before.

The spectacular setting of the iconic Great Ocean Road makes the Great Ocean Road Running Festival a must-do for your running checklist. Whether you’re travelling from regional Victoria, interstate or from around the world, this Festival based in Apollo Bay & Lorne is a great destination for a running weekend away.

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Participants rave about the friendly, local feel of the event, with many coming back year after year. If you’re looking for your next big challenge, this is it.

Fundraise for the Apollo Bay & District Health Foundation while you enjoy your run.

Sun. 21st
 - 9am-1pm
Apollo Bay Farmers Market
@ The Great Ocean Road Running Festival Hub on the Apollo Bay Foreshoreab farmers market

See here for further details

Wed. 24th
 - 6pm
COSColac Otway Shire Council Meeting @ COPACC

See the full agenda here.

JUNE 2017

Thu. 15th
 - 6.30pm
Apollo Bay Discussion Group @ the Krambruk Room, Apollo Bay Hotel
Guest Speaker: TBA
Topic: TBA

The Hotel offers a fixed price menu of $20 but you may order from the regular menu.

Pink boxes are placed on each table for donations. Donations are optional but all received are distributed back into the local community.

This event is open to everybody.  If you would like to attend, please contact Margaret Murphy by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone (03) 5237 6640.

See here for further details about the Discussion Group meetings.

Sun. 18th
 - 9am-1pm
Apollo Bay Farmers Market @ The Youth Club ab farmers market

See here for further details

Wed. 28th
 - 6pm
COSColac Otway Shire Council Meeting @ Apollo Bay Community Centre

See the full agenda here.

JULY 2017

Sun. 16th
 - 9am-1pm
Apollo Bay Farmers Market @ The Youth Club ab farmers market

See here for further details

Thu. 20th
 - 6.30pm
Apollo Bay Discussion Group @ the Krambruk Room, Apollo Bay Hotel
Guest Speaker: TBA
Topic: TBA

The Hotel offers a fixed price menu of $20 but you may order from the regular menu.

Pink boxes are placed on each table for donations. Donations are optional but all received are distributed back into the local community.

This event is open to everybody.  If you would like to attend, please contact Margaret Murphy by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone (03) 5237 6640.

See here for further details about the Discussion Group meetings.

Sat. 29th & Sun. 30th
ABWF logoApollo Bay Writers Festival

Apollo Bay Writers Festival is a literary event for readers and writers in the Otway region and beyond. Hosting a mix of local writers and performers alongside writers and performers from the larger literary community the event aims to enhance the literary culture of the region and connect it with the wider world of literature.

facebookfindusThis year’s Apollo Bay Writers Festival is currently in the planning stage. We hope to make some announcements soon. Please Like our Facebook page to stay informed.

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