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Grantville

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Grantville is a small town on the Bass Highway in the Bass Coast region of Victoria. It is a popular stopping point for visitors on their way to or from Phillip Island, located about halfway between the island and the edge of Melbourne.

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  • 1 Maru Koala and Animal Park, 1650 Bass Hwy ('Queensferry Rd' V/Line bus stop (on the Melbourne-Phillip Island service) located right in front of the park and 15min walk from town), +61 3 5678 8548, . 9:30AM-5:30PM daily. A popular animal park where visitors can pat, feed and interact with a variety of native Australian animals, including koalas, kangaroos and wallabies, dingoes, emus, parrots and wombats. During weekdays, you can enter into the koala enclosure where there's a keeper talk every hour on the hour, in addition to a reptile presentation at 1:30pm. Aside from the animals, the park also plays host to a mini-golf course and a bistro. $20 adults, $11 children (4-15), $14 seniors, $54 families (2A+2C); Mini-golf extra.

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  • 1 Dennis Sea Paradise, 66-68 Stewart St, North Grantville ('Deep Creek St' V/Line bus stop), +61 418 504 537. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: 10AM. A holiday home available for rental for a minimum of 2 nights, with rates for 14 people but the ability to house up to 23 people. $290-450/night for 14 people, $50 per extra person over 14.

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