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Dairy farmers Julian and Dianne Benson launched Apostle Whey Cheese on October 29, 2005. Since that day, Apostle Whey Cheese has taken out a number of major cheese awards and become an important tourism drawcard for the region. Just a short drive...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
9 Gallum Rd | Cooriemungle, Port Campbell, Victoria 3268, Australia
All reviews brie gelato gourmet trail free tasting cows being milked crackers yummy cheese gourmet food different kinds lovely staff no pressure to buy great place to visit lovely view well worth the visit great stop the great ocean road havarti
Delightful find! Tried everything they had, from the cheese, to the bottled milk (had a thick head of full cream on top!) and the gelato. I could do this every day! I'd been to the Great Ocean Road on day trips. Much more to the...More
Apostlewheycheese, Owner at Apostle Whey Cheese, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
I'm glad that people are starting to realize that there is more than the 12A's to enhance there visit here the |Gourmet trail is just one of the many exciting finds people will come across. Thank you for the review it is most welcome.
As a thoroughly enjoyable, relaxing & interesting experience we are pleased to be able to recommend to our fellow travellers the wonderful Apostle Whey Cheese factory.
Just like Willy Wonka's love for all things sweet shines through it is clearly obvious that the owners &...More
The gentleman who runs this wonderful little cheese factory is very passionate about his craft and the products he produces. Free tasting samples are available with a commentary for each cheese offered. He also has a delightful sense of humour as evidenced by the “Loch...More
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Apostlewheycheese, Owner at Apostle Whey Cheese, responded to this reviewResponded 2 September 2018
Thank you very much for for the review it's always nice that people recognise that we love what we do and that is reflected in the products we produce.
The cheese tasting was not only delicious but informative. (I did not know the difference between Camembert and Brie.) Lunch options are limited, but the cheese board and a toastie were the perfect thing for a mid-day meal. And all that while overlooking the Mooternity...More