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The old Kongwak Butter Factory view of the eastern wall from the Foster Creek 1920s

Kongwak Butter Factory
Historic site | Accommodation | Local experiences | Restoration project

We acknowledge the Bunurong People of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners and First Nations Custodians of Kongwak and its surrounding lands and waters across greater Melbourne, Mornington Peninsula, Bass Coast and South Gippsland.

We acknowledge the immense significance of this country and the Bunurong Peoples' ongoing connection to it.

We acknowledge the importance of continuation of their cultural, spiritual and educational practices

and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

Kongwak butter factory workers historic image

The Kongwak Butter Factory

We look to celebrate the vibrancy of our locale

and its people, layered with the richness of our magnetic food and beverage and cultural scene. 

We are anchored to iconic heritage buildings which provide

a distinctive retreat and sense of place,

history and engagement that will nourish and attract

our guests and visitors.

The luxury of escape, in its many forms, sees people

come together through celebration, culture and community
– the driving force behind our multi-faceted offer.

We aim to offer a unique destination

with culture in its history and DNA;

a gateway to the South Gippsland region.


1486 Korumburra-Wonthaggi Rd, Kongwak VIC 3951, Australia

The old Kongwak Cheese Factory - the second factory to the Kongwak Butter Factory 1940s view from the Kongwak General Store

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