With some of the most highly rated public access courses in Australia located within the Great Ocean Road region it's little wonder many of the visitors arrive toting a set of golf clubs.
Some of the courses have accommodation on site and all have well regarded clubhouse facilities. Torquay boasts The Sands, who host the annual Surf Coast Knockout, a PGA Tour event, located within the Peppers Resort complex. Torquay is spoilt with a second high class course, at the RACV Resort - which can be found at Number One Great Ocean Road.
Play a round at Anglesea, with its resident kangaroo population, a must for anyone from abroad. These iconic Australian native animals live in the nearby forest and spend their days as unofficial greenkeepers lounging on the fairways.
Further west, Warrnambool is another challenging course, set amidst undulating terrain with greens that test the short game. Port Fairy offers coastal views in historic links style, built around natural sand dunes.
Surf Coast Walk
- Offering natural beauty and easy access
- A world-class walking destination for all to enjoy
- On the edge of the stunning Great Ocean Road
- Do a section or do it all; at your own pace
- More than a walk, over half the track is suitable for bikes
Relish the rich ochre of the Bells Beach cliffs, the deep blue of Bass Strait and the leafy green of eucalypt forects. Discover traditional Wathaurung country, fascinating surf culture and abundant wildlife as the walk connects you with the coastal town comforts of Torquay, Anglesea and Aireys Inlet.
Whether you're a nature lover or a fun lover, whether you take an hour, a day or a week, the Surf Coast Walk puts a stunning and unique coastal environment within easy reach.
PLAN YOUR SURF COAST WALK
Plan your next Surf Coast Walk adventure, using our detailed, easy-to-follow map. Now available for download.