DIRECTIONS TO GUNYAH VALLEY FARM 494 GOORNONG FOSTERVILLE ROAD, GOORNONG- from Bendigo
 

From the centre of Bendigo, follow the Midland Highway out of Bendigo in the direction of Echuca (North) for approx. 5.8km. Take the right hand turn into Taylor street, sign-posted to Barnadown and Fosterville. This turn off from the centre turning lane is near the Jayco Caravan Centre with the BP Subway service station on the corner opposite. After crossing the railway line, turn left and follow this road named Taylor Street and then Epsom Barnadown Road for 18.5km from the railway crossing. You do not leave the Epsom Barnadown Road at any time until you come to a 90degree cross road with a sign indicating Goornong to the left. This is the Goornong - Fosterville road. Turn to the right here and proceed until the bitumen runs out (approx 100m). Travel another 80m on the now dirt road and turn right into the property which has a sign out the front, GUNYAH VALLEY RETREAT 494 Goornong-Fosterville Road. As you proceed into the property you will see a large metal boomerang over the track with Gunyah Valley Farm written on it. Keep to the right and continue up to the house. Well done, you have arrived!!!

 

IF COMING FROM ECHUCA  follow the Midland Highway to Goornong. Turn to the left at the last road at the edge of the township. Signposted: To Fosterville. This is the Goornong - Fosterville Road. Continue on this road until you come to a main intersection with a stop sign (approx 4km). Proceed over this intersection until the bitumen runs out (approx 100m). another 80m on the now dirt road and turn right into the property which has a sign out the front, GUNYAH VALLEY RETREAT 494 Goornong-Fosterville Road. As you proceed into the property you will see a large metal boomerang over the track with Gunyah Valley Farm written on it. Keep to the right and continue up to the house. Well done, you have arrived!!! 

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