Arrival & Departure Information
About the Accommodation
Safety Information & Rules
Other Useful Information
Good bye, Farewell!
Arrival & Departure Information
About the Accommodation
Safety Information & Rules
Other Useful Information
Good bye, Farewell!
Welcome to the start of your holiday! This guest book will provide you everything you need to know about the area and our property. We've packed it with our area knowledge, including our favourite restaurants, attractions, and more. Along with this area guide we hope you'll find everything you need to know about Promhills Cabins property.
We have sought to equip our cabins to anticipate your needs by providing all the things we think you might want for your stay. Hair dryers, linen, towels, cooking implements, even a coffee machine are provided.
You want to have a wonderful holiday and we want that for you too. This is your home for however long you are staying and we hope you'll be relaxed, comfortable and happy. We trust our guests to do the right thing, as you would do at home. We live on site and are available most of the time should you need assistance. Welcome to your relaxing getaway!
Check-in is after 2pm. Please note: On school days the office will be closed for 20 minutes, from 3.35-3.55pm, while I collect our son from the school bus, hopefully you can plan to not arrive during this 20 minutes.
If you expect to arrive after 10pm, please let us know.
We can sometimes arrange an earlier check-in, however, we are bound by previous guests to determine when your cabin will be ready and generally will not know what time that may be until the day of your arrival, after previous guests have checked out and your cabin has been cleaned. It will also depend on how many cabins need to be cleaned that day.
If your cabin is ready early and you have provided an Australian mobile phone number, we will SMS you as soon as your cabin is ready for you and you may be able to check-in early.
We'll do our best, but we suggest you refer to the section on what to do if you arrive early - there is plenty to keep you entertained until your cabin is available for check-in.
GPS systems are not always accurate for this area. Either follow the directions below or program your GPS to the centre of the town (Yanakie) and you will come close to us, then look out for the general store. Using our exact address in your satellite navigation system may send you several kilometres off course.
Assuming you travel at the 100km/hr speed limit on country roads, it will take you about 2.5 hours from Melbourne (3 hours from the airport) or 3 hours from Lakes Entrance or just over 1 hour from Phillip Island.
**Directions from Melbourne: Follow the M1 out of Melbourne and go through Cranbourne. At Lang Lang, turn left towards Leongatha. Follow this until you get to Leongatha where there is a right hand turn, then immediate left at a roundabout, after you pass through the main street of Leongatha, turn right towards Foster/Fish Creek at the traffic lights. Follow again to Meeniyan where you will turn right, follow again to Fish Creek turn right just after the town. Once the road comes to a t-intersection, turn right again and you are now 9km from Yanakie. Once you enter Yanakie turn right into the service road for the Yanakie General Store, continue to the left and you will see our sign on the gate. Once on the property, the house is the first building you will see, just pull up out the front and come up the stairs to the office.
**Directions from Lakes Entrance: Head west on the Princes Hwy. At the roundabout at Sale, take the second exit and follow the South Gippsland Hwy to Foster. At Foster, turn left into Toora Road, turn right at Main Street, left at the roundabout onto Foster-Promontory Road; follow for approx 20km to Yanakie. Once you enter Yanakie turn right into the service road for the Yanakie General Store, continue to the left and you will see our sign on the gate. Once on the property, the house is the first building you will see, just pull up out the front and come up the stairs to the office
**Directions from Wonthaggi/Phillip Island: Follow the Bass Hwy, then the Inverloch-Venus Bay Road, turn left towards Middle Tarwin/Meeniyan. Turn right towards Fish Creek on Tarwin Lower-Buffalo Road, follow to the end and turn right. Turn right again just after the town of Fish Creek (the sign says Wilsons Prom). Once the road comes to a t-intersection, turn right again and you are now 9km from Yanakie. Once you enter Yanakie turn right into the service road for the Yanakie General Store, continue to the left and you will see our sign on the gate. Once on the property, the house is the first building you will see, just pull up out the front and come up the stairs to the office
We, Sean and Angela - the owners , live on the property.
If you have booked directly with us, you have the option of self check-in. Just let us know if you prefer to self check in and we will advise which cabin you are in, provide you with a map and instructions on how to access your key. You can then proceed directly to your accommodation on arrival and begin your holiday straight away without having to stop at the office.
If you prefer face to face check-in (or if you've booked via a third party website or travel agent) when you arrive, come into the office to collect your key. The office is attached to the house (park opposite the house, there is a parking sign to guide you). For face to face check-in, we appreciate if you could advise a rough ETA so we have an idea of when to expect you. Occasionally, we are unable to be here, if this is the case for your arrival we will contact you and/or leave a sign on the office door with instructions.
Every cabin or tent has it's own designated parking spot for 1 car. Once you know where your accommodation and parking spot is, please ensure you only park in the space allocated to your accommodation. There is no room onsite for parking boats, trailers or second cars. Please discuss with us if you have a second vehicle or boat and we will try to find a solution for you.
Promhills Cabins has free Wi-Fi, accessible in all accommodation and around the property on your own device. The details are:
ID: "Promhills Guest Wifi"
The password changes regularly, you will be given a password valid for your entire stay. Once you connect, your device should reconnect every time you return to the property after a day out exploring.
We do not limit wifi use and you can connect multiple devices. Wifi is provided for your convenience and enjoyment, but you are responsible for safe and appropriate use.
Please note if all guests choose to stream video at the same time, the speed will be diminished. If there is any loss of wifi service please contact us, we will do everything we can to get you connected, however, occasionally area outages do occur that are beyond our control.
Don't forget, any social media images you post while you're here, please use hashtags: #Promhills #PromhillsCabins #VisitPromCountry #inspiredbygippsland. Remember to share pics on our Facebook page too so we can repost them and credit you for your images. Our Facebook is:
We are located a 25m walk to the Yanakie General Store and 200m walk to the Wilsons Prom Café. To access our driveway, enter via the access road for the Yanakie General Store and look left, you should see our sign on the entrance gate (there are 2 houses between the Yanakie General Store and our driveway).
The Yanakie General Store is open 8am-6pm (some days later), 7 days per week, except Christmas Day. They sell fuel, grocery items, alcohol, daily newspapers, coffee, fishing licenses. They do bacon and egg muffins for breakfast every day and takeaway fish and chips (fresh locally caught fish) every Thursday night, some long weekends and during peak summer season.
5 minutes to the Wilsons Prom National Park Entrance Gate
15 minutes to Fish Creek – 18.5km
20 minutes to Foster – 23km
30 minutes to Tidal River – 36km
20 minutes to Sandy Point – 20.5km
Many guests arrive before the designated check-in time and before their cabin is ready. The good news is that there is plenty to do close by. We often suggest that guests visit the Yanakie General Store and do a small shop, grab a coffee and acquaint themselves with what the shop offers. If the Wilsons Prom Café is open, a cuppa and treat is a great way to start your holiday in Yanakie. You could take a drive to Duck Point or Shallow inlet or into Wilsons Prom to familiarise yourself with the area, which will give you more time to relax once you've checked in and can plan your afternoon adventures! Or stop along the way if you think you will be early, Fish Creek or Meeniyan are great towns to stroll the street, dropping in to one of the art galleries or quaint shops. Or you could head into Foster for lunch, or to Gurneys Cider for an apple cider tasting - why not relax and enjoy some of the local food as you start to unwind! Rest assured that as soon as your cabin is available for you, we will SMS your mobile and you may be able to check-in before 2pm, we will try our best to make your cabin available as early as possible.
If you have not brought breakfast with you, you can purchase items to self cater from the Yanakie General Store (they have pretty much everything a supermarket has just on a smaller scale, and their prices are the same as the supermarkets in Foster). They sell bacon, eggs, pancake mix, bread, cereals etc. Alternatively, cafes in Foster are open for breakfast or the Wilsons Prom Café does breakfast when open (their opening days vary, so give them a call to check or read the sign on their door once you're here). On your last morning, if you're heading back to Melbourne, we recommend breakfast, brunch or lunch at Moo's at Meeniyan (if you plan to go to Moo's, please let us know, we have some discount vouchers in the office).
Check-out time is strictly prior to 10am. Should you require a later check-out we will do our best but you need to let us know beforehand. If we have guests arriving that day it will be impossible to offer a late check-out due to the cleaners needing to prepare for those guests. Therefore, late check-outs are only available if there is no one arriving into your accommodation on the day you depart, so ask at the office if you would like a late checkout (late checkout charge is $25 per hour, or part thereof).
Please return your key to the office when you check-out. If the office is unattended when you leave, please drop your key in the key return box to the right of the office door.
When you leave your cabin, please ensure the following simple tasks are done:
- lights are turned off
- heater is turned off
- electric blanket is turned off
- lock the cabin
The cabins (Studio and One Bedroom) have reverse cycle air conditioning. You will find the remote attached to the wall near the entry door. Please ensure that all windows and outside doors are closed whilst the AC is running to ensure it operates to maximum efficiency. We recommend a setting of [22-24C] which we find keeps the cabin comfortable. To save energy we request that you do not leave the system turned on when you go out for the day, they are motion detecting systems so will go into standby mode if it detects no movement for an extended period of time so leaving them on if you're out for more than a couple of hours will just waste electricity and will be of no benefit. They will quickly heat/cool the cabin if turned on when you return.
Every Cabin has a two-burner cook top, an electric BBQ, microwave, small fridge/freezer, coffee machine, kettle, toaster.
The Eco Tents have a gas BBQ with side wok burner, microwave, full size fridge/freezer, coffee machine, kettle & toaster.
All accommodation is stocked with pots, pans, crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils. Most of our kitchen equipment is simple and straight forward to use. If you have difficulty operating anything, please come and see us so we can assist by showing you.
THE COFFEE MACHINE: The coffee machine is a pod machine. It has instructions on the side of the machine for easy quick reference.
THE FRIDGE: You should not need to adjust any settings.
We do not have an onsite laundry. Each accommodation has a line for drying your beach towels and swimming items. If you need to do a load of laundry, there is a laundromat in Foster (opposite the pub, we suggest putting your load in the machine and heading to the pub for a meal while you wait for your washing).
HEATING: The Studio Cabin and the One Bedroom Cabins have reverse cycle air conditioning. The Tents have an electric imitation fireplace - these plug into a nearby power point and have switches to control the heat. Tents also have an ambient panel heater at the end of the bed. All cabins and tents have bathroom heating (ceiling lamps in cabins and wall panel for tents). All cabins and tents have electric blanket on the queen size bed.
COOLING: The Studio Cabin and the One Bedroom Cabins have reverse cycle air conditioning. The Eco Tents have fans. All accommodation has opening windows, with flyscreens, positioned to receive the cool sea
Each cabin and tent has a DVD player. We have a DVD collection in the office (an alphabetised list is in the information booklet in each accommodation). Our DVDs are free to borrow. You are welcome to bring your own DVDs with you, however, please check you have removed them from the DVD player before you leave.
We have a selection of board games, decks of playing cards and Uno cards available in the office. Please just ask if you wish to borrow a game.
Each cabin has an iPod dock that you can play your music from. Due to noise travelling through canvas walls easily, Tents do not have an iPod dock, if you use your phone (or anything else) to play music, please be respectful of your neighbours when it comes to volume.
Each cabin and tent has a flat screen TV and DVD player. Please keep volume levels low so you do not disturb your neighbours, especially if you are staying in the tents (canvas walls do allow sound through!).
We understand that sometimes accidents happen! Should you break anything or if you discover something is not working as it should, please let us know ASAP. We do keep spare appliances and a lot of items we can simply replace on the spot, the moment you tell us. If it's a larger item, I am sure you will understand how rural Yanakie is and we will need to travel to replace some items, the more notice we have the better so we can plan to replace or repair as quickly as possible. If it's minor we usually won't charge. If it's a larger issue (eg. the TV screen!) we would like to agree the cost with you before you leave to avoid any issues later. The sooner you tell us, the quicker we can fix it.
We have 5 alpacas and 1 sheep currently on the property. They graze near the cabins and tents. We rotate paddocks depending on the grass levels, the season and their grazing requirements so they may be behind the cabins, in front of the cabins or next to the tents, they move themselves around from paddock to paddock depending on which gates are set up. Please do not climb through any fences or open any gates, if the alpacas see you as a threat they may charge at you and kick you. However, feel free to approach the fences, they will not hurt you if you stay behind the fence, they may even allow you to pat them (they are mood dependant, often driven by the weather) and will probably pose for a photo. Although, be warned, they sometimes do spit if they do not want to be patted or if they think you are getting too close (particularly the black one). They do not make noise and are very relaxing to sit and watch graze.
Our alpacas are Huacaya breed (pronounced wua'ki'ya).
Currently, on this property are:
Armah (black – male )
Belle (small white – female)
Kuzco (white with fawn on top of the head – male)
Mullido (largest white – male)
Erin (tall fawn – female)
The sheep is a Dorper Sheep (white body, black head). Her name is Souvlaki. She is a self shedding sheep breed from South Africa.
Each cabin and glamping tent has their own private BBQ.
The cabin BBQs are electric with a non-stick grill plate that you plug into an outdoor power point next to the BBQ.
The tents have a gas BBQ with side wok burner (if your gas bottle runs out, please see us for a replacement).
Cooking oil is provided in all accommodation, so is salt and pepper. You will not need to bring anything with you (other than food) to use the BBQ.
Guests are not permitted to have fires (including campfires, firepits, charcoal etc) on the property.
To familiarise yourself with our property, view a larger map of Promhills Cabins here:
We provide all sheets, pillows and pillow cases, doona with cover, towels, hand towels, face washers, bath matt and tea towel. The queen size bed is made and bathroom set for your arrival, however, our cabins are self contained and not serviced during your stay. If you are staying for more than 7 nights, we offer a bed linen change and replace bathroom towels mid-stay.
Each cabin has a bin inside as well as two bins outside (one for general rubbish and one for recycling). Pease dispose of your rubbish in the appropriate bin. It is not necassary to remove your rubbish from the inside bin when you leave, our cleaners will do this.
If there is a power outage, please be aware that the electric water pumps we use to pump the water from our water tanks to the taps will not work. We do have a generator to run these pumps, however, it may take 5-10 minutes to get it set up and get it running. We have emergency power outage kits in the office containing a torch, a deck of cards for your convenience and entertainment. If the power goes out, we will deliver an emergency kit to each guest. Start the generator for the water pumps and contact the electricity company to see if we can get an ETA for restoration. If we get any information we will keep you updated (normally via SMS, so we do not disturb you). The petrol generator is noisy and can only be run between 7am-10pm. If there is a power failure at night, make sure you head outside to stargaze, with no light pollution the sky here is amazing! Please do not light candles in the accommodation at any time, this is a fire risk. If you need another torch, just ask us for one.
You will have full mobile phone service throughout the area if you are with Telstra or Optus. Vodafone is very patchy and limited. Vodafone will start to work reliably at about Loch (about an hour from us on the way back to Melbourne). If you are with Vodafone and don't have service but need to make a call, there is a public telephone booth located out the front of the Yanakie General Store. Vodafone smart phones can connect to our wifi, so you will not be uncontactable and can use FaceTime, Skype, WhatsApp, Messenger etc to call or send a message. However, a lot of people choose to 'switch off' while they are here to fully relax!
If you accidentally leave behind items of value (wallet, phone, camera, laptop etc) we will telephone you as soon as it is discovered, hopefully you may still be in the area and can return to collect it.
Other items (such as clothes, books, shoes, chargers etc) will be retained for 3 months before being donated to charity.
Perishable items, toiletries, food left in the fridge and cosmetics will be discarded when the cabin is cleaned.
Please call or email if you think you may have left something here and we will arrange with you to return it via COD post. Please ensure you double check your cabin before departure that there is nothing you have left behind.
Please do not remove any of our property from the cabin and this will not be an issue. Unfortunately in the past, guests have taken things to use off the property during their stay which they have then left in their car and forgotten to return. To avoid a replacement being charged to your credit card, simply do not take anything from the cabin, this includes: torches, towels, blankets, pillows, books, kitchen utensils, cutlery, plates etc etc.
Sometimes events out of your control mean you may need to cancel. We are truly sorry if something happens to you that means you need to cancel your booking.
ALL CANCELLATIONS MUST BE MADE IN WRITING, either via email, live website chat or fax. If you have booked via a third party (such as booking.com or Airbnb etc) you will also need to cancel via the same website and refer to their cancellation policies. Refer to your booking confirmation for the cancellation policy applicable to your booking.
Being a small business, cancellations do affect us greatly, so we do need to charge cancellation fees. We can be flexible with the fee if we are able to resell your booking in it's entirety for the same price. However, often we have already booked (and will still need to pay) our cleaning staff, we will still have to pay the commission (10-25% of the booking total) to a third party if that is how you chose to book, we still have to pay the fees associated with your initial credit card payment, and again for any refund, and we spend a considerable amount of time trying to resell the room that we had been holding reserved for you - We open up all online booking channels, we telephone and email anyone who has previously enquired for the same dates, we notify local tourist information centres and if it is a last minute booking that's been cancelled we email/telephone all our local accommodation contacts to alert them of a last minute vacancy, especially if it is a busy time like peak season or a long weekend when most accommodation has been booked out for weeks in advance, so they can forward on any last minute enquiries. We then repeat this notification process in reverse if we resell the room.
Without charging a cancellation fee, we not only have to pay out for these expenses relating to your booking, and spend a great amount of unexpected time trying to resell, but we also loose a good chunk of our family's income/wage for the week.
This is why we STRONGLY recommend travel insurance to cover you for any unforeseen circumstances that mean you may need to cancel your booking.
However, we will gladly change the name on a booking, free of penalty. So if you can not make it, please contact your friends and family and see if anyone else would like to come in your place, just let us know the names of the people who will be arriving so we can know who to expect (we will require their ID when they get here) .
Sorry, we do not accept pets under any circumstances for many reasons, not limited to but, including: pet hair and allergies of future guests. Also, pets are not permitted into Wilsons Promontory National Park, therefore your pet would need to remain on the property. Your pet can not stay inside the cabin as it is against health regulations and your pet can not stay outside the cabin because our alpacas chase (and potentially harm) dogs. There are boarding kennels/catteries located nearby at Somerset Kennels in Fish Creek or Catterlodge in Foster or Heather's Boarding Cattery and Kennels in Leongatha if you are not able to make alternate arrangements to leave your pets at home. Bringing your pet may result in additional cleaning fees and your booking being forfeited or cancelled, your booking will be treated as a last minute cancellation, cancellation fees apply.
Children are welcome, but MUST be included on your booking and must be supervised at all times.
Please note: there is a dam on the property, along with farm animals - we are a rural property with all the associated hazards. Children/Guests are not to climb on or go through any fences at any time (this includes gates, do not open or go through any closed gates). When supervising your children, please respect the serenity and privacy of other guests by not allowing them to play in front of other cabins.
ALL children, regardless of age or where you intend for them to sleep, MUST be included in your booking. Babies/infants/children DO COUNT as people and must be booked for, even if you are bringing your own cot or if they sleep in the bed with you - they DO still need to be accounted for legally for our accommodation occupancy permit and in case of an emergency.
Bringing more people than your confirmation letter states (including babies and children) will result in your reservation being instantly cancelled, without refund and everyone in your group will be denied entry and asked to leave immediately. You will then need to seek accommodation elsewhere.
We are legally bound by our property's occupancy permit for the number of people per cabin and on the property at any one time and if your family/group puts us in breach of our licence we have no choice but to cancel your booking as we will not break the law to accommodate you if you arrive with extra people. You will be asked to leave immediately (without refund) and will need to return home or seek accommodation elsewhere. This is not negotiable and is part of the terms agreed to when booking.
The penalty, for us as owners, for exceeding our occupancy permit is +$3000 and 6 months in jail. I am sorry, but we will not risk our own family, freedom and business for you if you try to sneak in extra people.
Promhills Cabins property is for the exclusive use of our guests ONLY. No additional visitors are permitted. If you have friends/relatives staying locally, for the security, privacy and serenity that our other guests are entitled to, you will need to meet/gather offsite.
We are legally bound by the conditions of our accommodation providers license which governs the number of people that can stay in each cabin and be on the property at any one time so legally we can not exceed this. These maximum occupancy numbers count for ALL people, including babies and children, regardless of age or where you intend for them to sleep.
Bringing more people than your confirmation letter states (including babies and children) will result in your reservation being instantly cancelled, without refund and everyone in your group will be denied entry and asked to leave immediately. You will then need to seek accommodation elsewhere. We are sorry, but we will not break the law to accommodate you if you have falsified your booking and arrive with more people than you have booked for (this is includes babies, infants and children, who for the purpose of our occupancy permit, DO COUNT as people).
The penalty, for us as owners, for exceeding our occupancy permit is +$3000 and 6 months in jail, I am sorry, but we will not risk our own family, freedom and business for you if you try to sneak in extra people. If we discover extra people have been smuggled in during your stay, your booking will be cancelled immediately and you will be evicted.
Smoking (or burning/lighting any other item, including incense, candles, coils etc) is not permitted inside any of our accommodation. If you wish to smoke, there are butt-bins on the verandah of each cabin/tent for your use. If it is detected by our cleaners that you have been smoking or burning something inside the cabins (including candles or incense), additional charges for deodorising/airing/cleaning will apply (particularly for spilt wax) and you will also be charged a nightly fee until residual smell is gone and the cabin can be rented again. Smell due to smoking or incense can make the cabin not usable for days afterwards or cause an allergic reaction to the next guest.
Please respect the other people on the property and keep your volume to a respectful level, particularly between the hours of 9pm and 8am. We understand that some of our guests like to stay up late but others require an early night for a big hike or long journey the next day. Please be considerate to your neighbours.
We often get asked if we allow drones to be flown here. We do allow drones to be flown around the property, however, not when other guests are on site. If you wish to fly your drone, please check with us, and you can do so once other guests have gone out for the day. We do not allow drones to be flown when other guests are here as they can be seen as an invasion of privacy, and they can be noisy. If you do take drone photography or videos, I'd love it if you'd post some to our Facebook page or tag us on Instagram, or email it to me as I love to see what other people capture here.
Our full emergency plan and evacuation map is on the back page of the information booklet in each cabin or tent for easy reference in the unlikely event it should be needed. NB: it has never been needed in the 10+ years we have owned the property, however, it is handy for you to read just in case.
For Fire, Ambulance, Police please immediately call 000.
Smoke detectors are in every cabin and tent. They are sensitive and will go off if smoke or extreme heat is detected. They are there for your safety, please do not tamper with them, even if they happen to go off if you burn your toast
The menus for the restaurants we recommend and frequent are in the information book in each cabin. Some are detailed below if you prefer to research before you arrive. We strongly recommend making a reservation to avoid disappointment, especially dinner and if it is a long weekend, Saturday night or during school holidays. Most local restaurants are small venues and do cap numbers during peak times, once they have booked their maximum tables, they are full for the night and those without a reservation miss out.
Alternatively, the Yanakie General Store sells enough food items to self cater or their fish and chips on a Thursday are fantastic! Or Foster has several takeaways, 2 supermarkets, a butcher, 2 bakeries.
If you are arriving at night, please make sure you have provisions with you or grab dinner along the way. The last fast food chains are at Leongatha (about 45 minutes before you get to us, travelling from Melbourne) or stop in at the Fish Creek Hotel, 20 minutes before you arrive here.
There is a very comprehensive list of things to do in the area on our website here: www.promhillscabins.com.au/index.php/things-to-do
This page of our website lists walks, drives, lookouts, markets, restaurants, beaches, fishing spots, attractions, galleries and has links to electronic versions of the official tourism brochures you find in the information centres.
Information on the different walks in Wilsons Prom can be found here:
A detailed map of Wilsons Prom can be found here: http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/510384/WPNP-map-park-overview.pdf
A lot of people come here with the goal of spotting a wombat, kangaroo, emu or wallaby in the wild. Sometimes native animals are about during the day in Wilsons Prom, but the best time to spot them is at sunset or early evening. When you drive into Wilsons Prom, about 10km inside the entrance gate, on the left hand side you will see a large grassy field with a gravel pull off/park area. We suggest taking some munchies and a bottle of wine and spending some time in this area around sunset for the best viewing opportunity. There is also a walk which leads off this area called the Wildlife Viewing Track, emu are regularly spotted in this area too (emu are more common during the daylight where wombats are seen more in the evening). In Wilsons Prom the animals do move around freely and there are no fences, so beware of them crossing the road (they do not stop and look before crossing!), particularly at night. Drive a little bit slower and pay attention to the edges of the road for them wandering out, you can do considerable damage to both the animal and your car if you collide.
The most accurate weather forecasts for this area are:
Or for more detail:
Please note our weather can be quite different to Melbourne weather.
Promhills Cabins Office - 5687 1469 (this will divert to our mobile phone if we are not in the office)
Doctor – Foster Medical Centre: 5682 2088 - 97 Station Road, Foster
Hospital: 5683 9777 - 87 Station Road, Foster
Foster Pharmacy: 5682 2210 - 2 Station Road, Foster
Dentist: 5682 2696 - 14 Main Street, Foster
RACV (car breakdown 24hr service): 13 11 11
Yanakie General Store: 5687 1200
Mechanic: 5682 2166
Car tyre service: 5682 1211
Hairdresser: 5682 1200
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