Meeniyan is known as “the turning point” because most tourist travel through Meeniyan and then turn toward Fish Creek heading towards Wilsons Promontory, Corner Inlet, Sandy Point and Warratah Bay. Have a browse through the Arts and homewares shops in meeniyan such as –

  • The Duck Hutt
  • The Meeniyan Art Gallery

Head towards Leongatha and the new rail trail trestle bridge, which opened in March 2008. By taking the other direction you’ll find yourself on a flat and easy walk towards Stony Creek. Here the trail is mostly surrounded by swamp scrub and lowland forest. Around the town is a “Bicentennial bush walk,” which is 3km long. Meeniyan Hall is a landmark in the town and hosts “Tavern Nights” during the year.

Old Moos Building Site

Meeniyan is a small town with a proud heritage with beautiful landscapes and the place where the filming of the short lived tv series “Bed of Roses”. Meeniyan also boasts a war memorial, some cute parks making it worth stopping for a relaxing stroll. Why not have a meal at Moos while your there?