Great Ocean Road, Lorne: A Seaside Town with Charm

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Lorne Beach: Begin your journey with a day at the popular Lorne Beach. With its beautiful coastline, it’s an ideal spot for swimming, surfing, or simply relaxing with a good book. Don’t forget to take a leisurely stroll along the shore and take in the scenic views.

Teddy’s Lookout: For a panoramic view of the Great Ocean Road and the stunning coastline, head to Teddy’s Lookout. It offers breath-taking views, especially at sunset.

Erskine Falls: Just a short drive from Lorne, you’ll find the Erskine Falls amidst the lush rainforest. It’s one of the most popular waterfalls in the Otways and well worth a visit.

Lorne Sea Baths: Ideal for families, the Lorne Sea Baths offer trampolines, paddle boats, and a swimming pool. An enjoyable way to spend an afternoon!

Lorne Sculpture Biennale: If you’re visiting in March, don’t miss the Lorne Sculpture Biennale. This event transforms the town into a stunning outdoor art gallery.

Dining in Lorne: Lorne offers a range of dining options. From the Lorne Hotel Bistro and Beer Garden , Totti’s fresh seafood at Lorne Fisheries to the delicious pastries at the Louttit Bay Bakery, of the Greek delicacies of IPSOS there’s something for everyone.

Exploring Beyond Lorne

The Great Ocean Road: Known as one of the world’s most scenic drives, the Great Ocean Road is a must-do. It features beautiful beaches, cliff-top vistas, and the famous 12 Apostles.

Otway National Park: Experience the diverse landscapes of the Otway National Park, from the rugged coastlines to the cool temperate rainforests. Check out the Otway Fly Treetop Walk for a unique perspective of the rainforest.

Apollo Bay: South of Lorne, Apollo Bay is a haven for seafood lovers. Visit the Fisherman’s Co-op for some of the freshest seafood in Victoria. Of course we have our stunning Hampton On Apollo for all your accommodation needs

Kennett River: A perfect place to spot native wildlife, particularly koalas. The Grey River Road in Kennett River is often referred to as ‘Koala Walk’.

Remember, this guide is just the tip of the iceberg – there’s much more to explore in and around Lorne. Happy travels!