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Points of Interest

Bellbrae Estate – 10 mins

You will find Bellbrae Estate on a beautiful section of rolling hills between Torquay and Anglesea. Visit the cellar door and café to enjoy wine tasting or a lazy lunch and check out the Longboard range of wines.

 

Bells Beach – 10 mins

Home to the Rip Curl Pro surfing competition, Bells Beach is a world-famous natural beach amphitheatre framed by dramatic cliffs. It is a popular spot for sightseeing providing great vantage points of the surf along the cliff. For surfers, Bells Beach is really for the experienced. The beach is an exposed reef and point break with excellent right hand breaks, at their best during autumn and winter.

 

Cora Lynn Cascades – 55 mins

For an active and adventure-filled day trip, take a 90-minute/four-kilometre strenuous return walk from Blanket Leaf picnic ground (off Erskine Falls Road) to Cora Lynn Cascades – a beautiful waterfall that flows over a series of shale ledges.

 

Erskine Falls – 56 mins

One of the most popular waterfalls in the Otways, Erskine Falls is an eight-and-a-half kilometre drive from Lorne on the Erskine Falls Road. An easy walk brings you to a lookout with views of the falls cascading over 30 metres into a beautiful fern gully. There is a moderate walk down the steps to the base of the waterfall.

 

Great Ocean Road

The 243-kilometre drive from Torquay to Warrnambool is one of the world’s most spectacular coastal drives. Scenery you will pass along the way includes cool climate rainforests, seaside beach villages and spectacular rock formations. Highlights include the Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and the Otway Ranges.

 

Lorne – 50 mins

Attracting visitors for more than a century, the pretty seaside town of Lorne offers charming scenery, shops and galleries.

 

Mornington Peninsula – 1 hr 25 mins

The passenger ferry at Queenscliff links two of Melbourne’s most magnificent coastal regions: the Bellarine Peninsula and Mornington Peninsula. The drive to Queenscliff from Wyndham Torquay takes 45 minutes and the spectacular ferry ride takes 40 minutes. Ferries run on the hour every hour from 7am to 6pm daily. A visit to the unique bayside towns of Sorrento, Portsea and Mornington is truly a delight. Discover the beauty of white sandy beaches, berry farms, wineries and magnificent coastal scenery.

 

Otway Fly Treetop Adventures – 2 hrs

Walk through the treetops on the 25-metre high elevated treetop walk. This magical skywalk takes you through a magnificent stand of cool temperate rainforest featuring Myrtle Beech, Blackwood and Mountain Ash. A spiral stairway takes you even higher with zip lining also available.

 

Phantom Falls – 50 mins

This spectacular waterfall is a moderate two-kilometre/90-minute return walk along St George River from the Allenvale Road car park, two kilometres outside of Lorne.

 

Queenscliff – 45 mins

Visit the charming seaside town of Queenscliff with its elegant Victorian-era buildings, art galleries, boutiques and excellent places to dine.

 

The Twelve Apostles – 2 hrs 30 mins

Take the scenic drive from Torquay to see the Twelve Apostles – limestone formations that stand defiant against the wild and surging Southern Ocean. Some 70 metres high, these majestic natural structures are simply spectacular. Marvel at the awe-inspiring forces of nature that created the Apostles and carved the southern coastline.

 

Wineries and Vineyards

Victoria’s Surf Coast boasts two excellent wine regions situated at either end of the Great Ocean Road – the Geelong wine region and the Henty wine region. Call in at the cellar door of one of many vineyards in the area.

 

Driving times are approximate.

Bellbrae Estate – 10 mins

On a beautiful section of rolling hills between Torquay and Anglesea, you will find Bellbrae Estate. Visit the cellar door and café to enjoy wine tasting or a lazy lunch and check out the Longboard range of wines.

 

Bells Beach – 10 mins

Home to the Rip Curl Pro Surfing Competition, Bells Beach is a world famous natural beach amphitheatre framed by dramatic cliffs. It is a popular spot for sightseeing providing great vantage points of the surf along the cliff. For surfers, Bells Beach is really for the experienced. The beach is an exposed reef and point break with excellent right hand breaks, at their best during autumn and winter.

 

Cora Lynn Cascades – 55 mins

For an active and adventure filled day trip, take a 90-minute/four-kilometre strenuous return walk from Blanket Leaf picnic ground (off Erskine Falls Road) to Cora Lynn Cascades – a beautiful waterfall that flows over a series of shale ledges.

 

Erskine Falls – 56 mins

One of the most popular waterfalls in the Otways, Erskine Falls is an 8.5-kilometre drive from Lorne on the Erskine Falls Road. An easy walk brings you to a lookout with views of the falls cascading over 30 metres into a beautiful fern gully. There is a moderate walk down the steps to the base of the waterfall.

 

Great Ocean Road

The 243-kilometre drive from Torquay to Warrnambool is one of the world’s most spectacular coastal drives. Scenery you will pass along the way includes cool climate rainforests, seaside beach villages and spectacular rock formations. Highlights include the Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and the Otway Ranges.

 

Lorne – 50 mins

Attracting visitors for more than a century, the pretty seaside town of Lorne offers charming scenery, shops and galleries.

 

Mornington Peninsula – 1 hr 25 mins

The passenger ferry at Queenscliff links two of Melbourne’s most magnificent coastal regions: the Bellarine Peninsula and Mornington Peninsula. The drive to Queenscliff from Wyndham Resort Torquay will take 45 minutes and the spectacular ferry ride takes 40 minutes. Ferries run on the hour every hour from 7am to 6pm daily. A visit to the unique bayside towns of Sorrento, Portsea and Mornington is truly a delight. Discover the beauty of white sandy beaches, berry farms, wineries and magnificent coastal scenery.

 

Otway Fly Treetop Adventures – 2 hrs

Walk through the treetops on the 25-metre high elevated treetop walk. This magical skywalk takes you through a magnificent stand of cool temperate rainforest featuring Myrtle Beech, Blackwood and Mountain Ash. A spiral stairway takes you even higher with zip lining also available.

 

Phantom Falls – 50 mins

This spectacular waterfall is a moderate two-kilometre/90-minute return walk along St Georges River from the Allenvale Road car park, two kilometres outside of Lorne.

 

Queenscliff – 45 mins

Visit the charming seaside town of Queenscliff with its elegant Victorian-era buildings, art galleries, boutiques and excellent places to dine.

 

The Twelve Apostles – 2 hrs 30 mins

Take the scenic drive from Torquay to see the Twelve Apostles – limestone formations that stand defiant against the wild and surging Southern Ocean. Some 70 metres high, these majestic natural structures are simply spectacular. Marvel at the awe-inspiring forces of nature that created the Apostles and carved the southern coastline.

 

Wineries and Vineyards

Victoria’s Surf Coast boasts two excellent wine regions situated at either end of the Great Ocean Road – the Geelong wine region and the Henty wine region. Call in at the cellar door of one of many vineyards in the area.

 

Driving times are approximate.

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