The Surf Coast, only 75 kilometres southwest of Melbourne is the start of many a Great Ocean journey.
Surf, fun, sand, adventure and spectacular scenery…it’s a winning combination that ranks Victoria’s Surf Coast as a top Australian holiday destination.
Lorne is the final stop along the Surf Coast and one of the more well-known and well-established coastal settlements within the Great Ocean Road region. Winchelsea in the Hinterland is a classic country victorian town; a great break in your journey and an inland gateway to the state's south west and the Otways.
You will enjoy meeting the locals who will make you feel so welcome, kick off your shoes and soak up the ambience of a your coastal visit.
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Seek the ultimate ride on world-famous waves, lace up your boots for the Surf Coast Walk or stroll barefoot along sweeping beaches as the sand drifts in the sea breeze. Begin the journey on the spectacular Great Ocean Road…where coast and hinterland meet in a chorus of oohs and ahhs.
Beach, bush and kangaroos are the ingredients used to make Anglesea a favourite holiday spot. Located 10 minutes west of Torquay on the Great Ocean Road.
Aireys Inlet, a gorgeous coastal hamlet where the familiar curves of the Great Ocean Road and dramatic nature of the Great Otway National Park begin.
Set between the sparkling waters of Loutit Bay and the majesty of the Otway National Park, Lorne is a spectacular and refreshing place, where the bush meets the beach.
SURF COAST HINTERLAND
Surf Coast Hinterland's rich cultural heritage and country village feel will delight and enthral you.