Carinya is located in Korumburra, a regional town in the rolling green foothills of the Strzelecki Ranges in South Gippsland. A 90 minute drive south east from Melbourne, the historic township was originally built on coal mining, but now more well known for dairy farming and manufacturing. Korumburra has a population of approximately 4,475.
One of Korumburra's main attractions is Coal Creek where you can step back in time at this historic village and park which re-creates life in South Gippsland during the pioneering days of the late 1800s and early 1900s. There is plenty to explore surrounding Korumburra with many attractions close by including Inverloch and Phillip Island, Wilson’s Promontory National Park and adjoining towns with endless choices of cafes, wineries, local produce and museums.
Korumburra's Commercial Street is a busy hub offering a variety of specialty shops and IGA supermarket. Pubs, restaurants and cafes are aplenty with locals and visitors spoilt for choice. The town has wonderful facilities and clubs including bowling, golf, tennis, croquet, swimming, basketball, football and soccer. Local service clubs include Rotary, Lions and Koringal Women's Service.
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