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Things to do

Aireys Inlet caters for a vast range of activities and past times.

Split Point Lighthouse

Iconic Split Point Lighthouse, renowned for the ABC TV Kids Series of “Round the Twist” stories by Paul Jennings.  Tours are available, contact Ecologic Ph: 5263 1133 or websites.
ecologic.net.au
splitpointlighthouse.com.au

Dining

Aireys Inlet boasts many great restaurants and cafes and pub influenced by many cultures.  Offering many cullinery delights for any dietry requirement. 
Further information can be found via the Aireys Inlet Tourism and Traders website.
aireysinlet.org.au

Surfing

Left or right of our drive way only minutes away are many great surf spots and just around the corner from the world famous Bells Beach.

Fishing

Surf or tributary.

Photography

A myriad of photo opportunities - beach, bush, flora, fauna.

Canoeing

On the Painkalac Creek. Canoe hire available.  During Summer (November to April) hire is available through the Aireys Inlet Holiday Park Office on behalf of GORATS.
$40 per canoe with a $20 deposit
(cash only).
gorats.com.au

Horse Riding

Blazing Saddles Horse Rides. Beach or bush catering for all levels.
Ph: 5289 7322
blazingsaddlestrailrides.com

Swimming

Swimming between the flags at Fairhaven LSC only 2 minutes by car or many other beaches to swim.

Mountain Biking

GORATS. Great Ocean Road Adventure Tours. Conducted mountain bike tours through the Otways. Down hills a speciality. Bike and Canoe Hire.
Call Simon on Ph: (03) 5289 6841 or 0417 576 973.
gorats.com.au

Galleries / Crafts

Several art and craft outlets many displaying local works.

Beach and/or Bush Walking

So many walking tracks available – maps are available from our office at Aireys Inlet Holiday Park or via Parks Victoria.
parkweb.vic.gov.au

The Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road region is an untamed world of nature and inspiration. Named for the spectacular 243km stretch of coastal road at its heart, this place has long lured seekers and free spirits. Just turn right when you leave the Park and you are on your way.
visitgreatoceanroad.org.au

View the Great Ocean Road Tour Map

Otway Fly treetop walk

Perched high in the rainforest tree tops of Victoria's Otway Ranges the Otway Fly provides a unique walk within the Canopy of the exquisitely beautiful beech myrtle forest. 2 hours approx. from Aireys Inlet.
otwayfly.com

Hang Gliding / Parasailing

Dedicated launching pad is at Moggs Creek.  Due to the effort of many pilots within the Hang Gliding and Paragliding... All instructional flights by student pilots at Moggs Creek and Spion are prohibited.

Tennis

2 modern courts with mod grass available for hire, coin operated lights.  Contact Great Ocean Road Real Estate Ph: 5289 0200 for further details or bookings.
$20 per hour with a $20 key deposit.

Live Wire Park

Elevated Adventure Park is located in Lorne, suitable for ages 7 and over. Offering electrifying outdoor experiences, first completely off the grid elevated adventure park in Australia.
livewirepark.com.au

Great Ocean Road
Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery

Just 15 minutes towards Torquay. Watch the art of chocolate making through huge viewing windows, free tastings or explore the 15 acres of landscaped gardens.  Treat yourself from the all day menu in the Pod Café. Open Daily
gorci.com.au

Great Ocean Road Mini Golf

Open daily. Test your skills on the Shipwreck Coast, 18 holes of adventure, obstacles and crossings.  Ideal for all golfers of all levels and ages. Rail Hail or Shine – play Virtual Golf with the state of the art simulator.
gorminigolf.com.au

Wineries

Available within half an hours drive from Aireys Inlet – maps available in the office

Nurseries

Otways Indigenous Nursery is a retail and wholesale nursery growing indigenous plants from Torquay to Cape Otway and has been in operation since 1990.
otwaysindigenousnursery.com.au

bellsbeachnursery.com.au
mcgains.com.au

Whale Sightings

Keep an eye out for whales from Torquay to Portland. Spot whales such Humpbacks, Southern Right Whales or even the rare Blue Whale. Whales visit our coast yearly to give birth in the warmer waters. They are most active May though to September.
visitgreatoceanroad.org.au/whale-sightings