History of Kongwak
Kongwak lies in a valley, the valley of Peace, and has the remains of a more prosperous past in the form of an old butter factory and general store. The latter is the site for the quite well renowned weekly Sunday market.

The land around Kongwak was largely cleared of native vegetation and is now used for agriculture, including dairying.

- Kongwak Post Office opened on 11 May 1898.

*Information on the history of Kongwak was found on Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia.

Kongwak - The Town Today
Kongwak, nestled between Inverloch and Korumburra is a tiny town that bursts to life every Sunday with the popular Kongwak Market. A small market with a diverse range of stall-holders, the market has a relaxed, happy atmosphere.
The Kongwak Market is held every Sunday from 10am - 3pm.

There is also a reserve which covers the hill to the back of Kongwak and which has several walking tracks through the stands of tall gum trees. Access is from the road behind the primary school.

Kongwak Hall and a park with barbecue facilities (next to the tennis courts adjacent to the school).

Quick facts about Kongwak
- Approximately 93 kilometres south-east of Melbourne

Kongwak - Activities and attractions
Kongwak Market is held every Sunday and features live music, great food and a variety of stall-holders.
The Kongwak Gallery displays a great range of local artistry open Thurs - Sun and public holidays.


How to get to Kongwak
Kongwak is approx 130 km from Melbourne along the South Gippsland Highway. From the township of Korumburra, turn right onto Radovick St and continue along this street, which turns into Korumburra-Wonthaggi Rd (C437) and brings you to Kongwak.