2 Best Restaurants in Port Campbell National Park, Great Ocean Road

Timboon Fine Ice Cream

$ Fodor's choice

Possibly Victoria's best ice cream is made in the vivid green hills behind Port Campbell. You won't regret the 15-minute drive to the village of Timboon to taste its all-natural ice creams and sorbets, made with milk from local dairies. The flavors range from the regular---strawberry and vanilla---to the exotic---Turkish Delight, lime and coconut, or whisky cream, and change with the seasons.

To discover more delicious artisan news, follow the Twelve Apostles Food Artisans route: the whole circuit is 88 km (54 miles)---budget for a full day's gourmet outing. Highlights include Apostle Whey Cheese, Sow & Piglets Brewery and Timboon Railway Shed Distillery, www.12apostlesfoodartisans.com.au.



A relaxed main street eatery with a spacious sundeck and friendly staff, open for breakfast from 6 am, there are daily fish and soup specials, and Devonshire teas with fresh scones. Waves also has self-contained rooms including some with spa baths.