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 The Glen Farm Cottages

Aireys Inlet Accommodation with 2 and 3 Bedroom cottages on this magnificent "Land for Wildlife" property. Ideal for families looking for more than just a bed but an adventure. This unique farm valley provides an opportunity to relax and enjoy some quiet and peaceful time with family or friends. Enjoy a walk through the farm with it's creek, bush and heathland setting. Play a game of tennis, or quietly read a book on the cottage verandah. For more Information and to Book Click Here

 

 

Angahook Holiday Camp

Angahook Camp is situated on 10 acres next to the Great Otway National Park – along The Great Ocean Road. We are 2 km from Aireys Inlet and the beach.

Angahook Camp provides a quite and peaceful setting for; schools, family, church or council youth groups. We are also used for team building / training retreats by business and government agencies.

Opportunities exist to explore & learn about the local environment, beaches and bush settings – all year round.

10 Distillery Creek Road Aireys Inlet, Victoria 3231
PO BOX 123 Aireys Inlet, Victoria 3231
Or contact Julie on
03 5289 6774
0414 295 144
julie@angahook.com.au

http://angahook.com.au/

 


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About Aireys Inlet

Aireys Inlet is a pleasant holiday destination characterised by the beautiful surrounds of ochre cliffs, rock pools, and the magic of secluded and majestic beaches.
 
Aireys Inlet’s main attraction, the Split Point Lighthouse, overlooks the inlet. The lighthouse has made Aireys Inlet an icon along the Great Ocean Road.
 
Aireys Inlet has a population of 1,500. Larger settlements such as Anglesea and Lorne are far more popular that this quiet seaside retreat. Read more about Aireys Inlet.  
 
 

Aireys Inlet Accommodation

The traveler or holiday seeker to Aireys Inlet Victoria has on offer some of the most stylish accommodation on the Great Ocean Road - from 4 star houses, picturesque bed and breakfasts, to motels and caravan parks. In Aireys Inlet and the nearby villages of Fairhaven and Eastern View to the west you will find self contained accommodation, self catering cottages or cabins, bed and breakfast accommodation (sometimes referred to as b and b’s, b & b’s, b n b’s, bnb’s or bed & breakfasts), guesthouses, holiday houses, apartments or units (condos for North American travelers), hotels, motels, resorts, retreats, boutique and luxury accommodation, backpackers accommodation or hostels, caravan parks & tourist parks. Use the SEARCH BOX above to find individual properties.
 
 

What to See and Do 

Split Point Lighthouse - Perched on the cliffs 70 metres above sea level the main light can be seen 30 km away. The lighthouse provides excellent views of the surrounding coastline. It is also part of a pleasant cliff walk to Anglesea which starts near the car park.
 
Airey's Inlet Bark Hut - The 1983 Ash Wednesday bushfires destroyed the original building which had stood since 1857 but the current building, a recreation, is an interesting replica of the kind of early homestead in the area. It is located in the Allan Noble Sanctuary off the Great Ocean Road.
 
Seafarer's Monument - The monument in the centre of town is to all those who have lost their lives on the dangerous southern coast. The anchor is believed to be over 100 years old. It was discovered in Port Phillip in 1936.
 
Angahook-Lorne State Park - Located just north of the town, the 3000 ha Angahook-Lorne State Park is excellent for bushwalking and picnics. It is one of the best forest reserves on the coast and has excellent views over the ocean as well as opportunities to see a range of wildlife including kangaroos and possums.
 
Fairhaven Beach - Located a few kilometres west. Fairhaven beach is recognised as an outstanding surfing beach, but it can be treacherous. It is also the location of the famous Pole House.
 
For more information on the above read “What to See and Do”.
 
 

Tours and Tour Companies 

Have the local experts show you the spots you don’t know about and would never find on your own, or have a unique experience through an organized tour.
 
 

Car and Camper Hire 

The ideal way to tour The Great Ocean Road is with your own transport. If you don’t have your own wheels, or want to camp out why not hire or rent a car, motor home, campervan, caravan or camper trailer. These can be arranged from Melbourne, Geelong, Adelaide or one of the main towns along the Great Ocean Road.
 
 

Flights 

The major airports are Melbourne’s Tullamarine and Avalon, near Geelong.
 
 

Shops and Galleries 

There are unique specialty shops and wonderful craft and art galleries to tempt you with a memento of your holiday.
 
 

Aireys Inlet Restaurants 

Aireys Inlet restaurants and cafes offer pleasant local eating, but for a sophisticated night out you may want to travel 10kms to the east to Anglesea or 20kms to the west to Lorne.
 
 

Wineries & Vineyards 

With nearly 170 wineries and vineyards along the Great Ocean Road and the surrounding areas of Geelong and the Bellarine Penisula, there is more than enough boutique wines to attract the wine connoisseur.
 

How to Get to Aireys Inlet 

Aireys Inlet is located 121 km southwest of Melbourne on the Great Ocean Road and 10km west of Anglesea. To avoid Torquay weekend traffic, travel a little further along the Princes Highway from Geelong and take the road through Bellbrae. More information How to Get to There
 
 

Events


Aireys Inlet Farmers Market – second Sunday of every month.
 
 

Surf Cam, Weather & Climate 

Check out the nearby live surf video camera or have an idea of the next 24 hour or 7 day weather forecast … Surf Cam, Weather & Climate
 

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