Sponsors and Friends

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SPONSORS & FRIENDS


Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village is gratefull to receive sponsorship from several businesses. Their sponsorship is extremely beneficial to the operations of our village and is greatly appreciated.


For more information on each business click on the link to their homepage.

Petstock


The animals that call Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village Home home include sheep, piglets, chickens, ducks and fish. Petstock generously provide animal food for these animals with enables us to us to maintain there presence in the village. The generosity of Petstock also allows us the opportunity to offer “Chook and Duck Tucker” bags for our guests to become part of the feeding experience.

For more information on Petstock 

Haymes Paint


Our village consists of more than 30 buildings, which all require internal and external maintenance. Haymes Paint has come on board as a generous sponsor of paint products which has provided assistance in this major area of our village maintenance.

For more information on Haymes Paint

Warrnambool City Council


A significant level of the operational costs for Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village is supported by funding from the Warrnambool City Council. Also the skills and knowledge from many departments within the Warrnambool City Council assist in the day to day operation of our business.

For more information on Warrnambool City Council

The Meat Barn                                                                               

Meat Barn provide support to Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village through a range of joint marketing programs. This support allows us to extend our marketing to the local community and continue to support local traders.

For more information on The Meat Barn

Tourism Victoria

 

Flagstaff Hill supports a range of Tourism Victoria programs that promote the Great Ocean Road. In April 2011 a new article was published in the New York Times that promoted the Shipwreck Coast as a major international tourist attraction.

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