Phone: 0418 745 399
Otway Chai is prepared by hand, blending specially selected spices, coconut and dried orange peel, carried in a low tannin black tea. A brew that can be enjoyed hot or cold and is beneficial for both relaxing and stimulating the body and mind.
Hand made in Deans Marsh, Otway Chai tea
Available to purchase in 100grm re-sealable zip-lock packs. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information
Pennyroyal Bush Bread
Phone: 0439 016 825
Bakehouse located in The Store at deans marsh. I use local and homegrown produce to create a range of breads and treats. Bread workshops upon request.
Phone: 0400 365 954
Simple wholesome treats using real ingredients made with love.
Leah Bakes is a small business operating out of a registered commercial kitchen nestled in my garden in Bambra. Everything is handmade in small batches and only made to order. I use free range eggs and real ingredients, often out of my garden when available. Most whole cakes are able to be purchased in individual sizes with a lot of gluten free and vegan options available.
Gluten Free, Vegan and many other frees available
Deans Marsh Community Groups
There are all sorts of community groups in and around Deans Marsh. Join in and get involved – it’s good for you, it’s good for the community you live in!
Deans Marsh Cricket Club
Phone: (03) 52 88 7060
Deans Marsh Cricket Club ‘The Swamp Rats’
We’re the Rats, the mighty Swamp Rats
Don’t call us bats or pussy cats, we’re the Rats.
We’ll leave our scats, in Colac ‘cause we’re the Rats.
I’m a Rat, just a proud Swamp Rat
East Otway Landcare Group
The East Otway Landcare group was formed when members of the local community wanted to be involved in “on-ground” works. They were concerned about environmental issues that they could see in the Deans Marsh, Pennyroyal and Bambra areas.
Deans Marsh Community Notice Board
An interactive Facebook Group for Deans Marsh and surrounding Hamlet’s.
Lend a helping hand, support your local community and reach out to your fellow Martians!
Otway Agroforestry Network
Phone: (03) 52 36 3277
In 1993 two progressive trees groups in the Otway region, got together and applied for a Federal grant to set up a Farm Forestry project in the area. We could see the need for trees for a variety of reasons – so why not incorporate commercial trees in our landcare projects. Our application was successful and the Otway Agroforestry Network was born.
Pennyroyal HUB (Hinterland United Businesses) Promoting Pennyroyal and the Deans Marsh area.
Find Pennyroyal HUB on Facebook