Welcome to Birregurra ...
... with its historic Main Street, fabulous golf course and scenic vistas. A cohesive community, vibrant art scene, home to a world-famous restaurant and a great school are just some of the attractions the town offers its residents - and visitors.
Renowned for it's very fertile, arable soils the area produces some of the best beef, lamb and certified grass seed in the country.
The town boasts a range of dining options and plenty of accommodation. Located at the foothills of the Otway Ranges 'Birre' is a little more than 1.5 hours drive from Melbourne, only 30 minutes from Lorne and the Great Ocean Road, under an hour to Apollo Bay, and just about an hour and a half to Port Campbell or the Twelve Apostles.
We love 'Birre' for its warm welcome and good old fashioned country hospitality ... and hope you do too.
The Birregurra Markets
The market is every 2nd Sunday of the month [9am-2pm] in the Birregurra Park
(in the warmer months, November to April). The date of the next Birregurra Market is dependent on the state of COVID-19 later this year:
Live Music in The Yards with Neil Murray and special guests
Saturday 5th December, doors at 1.30pm for a 2pm start. Bar opens at 1.30pm.
What a year! In a post Covid recovery world, let's finally enjoy some live music in The Yards at Birregurra Hall with Maverick songman Neil Murray.
Neil Murray was the founding member of the Warumpi Band - the first major influential Aboriginal rock group with mostly Indigenous members - yielding classic songs as My Island Home, Blackfella Whitefella, Fitzroy Crossing and Waru.
Neil joins Deans Marsh guitarist, Brian Bongetti and wandering troubadour, Andrew Lockwood for a arvo of great music.
Seats strictly limited.