Updated: Aug 4, 2019
I can picture many a Geelong visitor enjoyed a stroll through Fyansford back in the sixties admiring the then majestic avenue of honour, savouring a meal in the quaint old pub, popping into Gugger's Store, strolling tentatively across the footbridge, admiring the beautiful view up the Moorabool and then climbing the timber stairway to photograph the eye-catching escarpment and town view. They may even perhaps venture along the Parade to quietly reflect on the history of the derelict farmhouse that once was the old Swan Inn. I'd like to think there was even, at that time, a small outlet providing Devonshire teas, of course with scones, clotted cream and jam.
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Thanks Steve Hovey for clarifying the situation. You comments have been noted.