Family friendly beaches, patrolled surf beaches, boat hire, cafes & restaurants, walking, cycling, local markets, festivals, museums.

One of Victoria’s original ports, Inverloch is a picturesque seaside village on Anderson Inlet. The town is a haven for people who enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, surfing or just relaxing on the pristine beaches. The easy village vibe of this town remains unruffled by the annual influx of summer visitors, a ritual here for more than 130 years.

Surf, swim, paddle, fish, sail, snorkel or dive in and around the Anderson Inlet. The Inlet’s accessible beaches and sandbars make it ideal for beginners and advanced surf kiters alike. Short walks and rock pool rambling are favourite activities for many regular visitors to this area. For those who like the underwater world, the Bunurong Marine National Park holds a wealth of natural treasures for you to discover.


Nature Trail, Markets, Sporting Activities

If you prefer dry land, take a walk along the Screw Creek Nature Trail, browse community markets featuring local produce, music, art and craft, swing a tennis racquet or golf club, search for shells on the beach, play with your kids at Rainbow Park or marvel at the geology of Eagles Nest.

Festivals: Jazz and Food & Wine

Be entertained by a multitude of events such as the Food and Wine Festival set on the foreshore, the Billy Cart Derby and Street Festival and the popular Jazz Festival featuring high profile local and interstate musicians.


Bunurong Environment Centre and Shell Museum

The Bunurong Environment Centre and Shell Museum brims with fascinating information and displays, including one of the finest collections of shells in the southern hemisphere. They also organise environmental education tours for all ages and run holiday programs on everything from the dinosaur dig and possum prowls to surf and snorkelling lessons.