Things To Do

Approximately 120km south-west of Melbourne lies the small coastal town of Aireys Inlet. The area is distinct from its nearby neighbours, Lorne and Anglesea, by retaining its village like atmosphere. The most well-known icon of the area is the Split Point Lighthouse. However, for those in the know, Aireys Inlet offers a range of nature based outdoor activities. It is truly a hidden gem.

Beaches / Surfing

The Great Ocean Road is renowned for its rugged coastline and dangerous wave/surf. A walk on the beach is simply a must. There are many beaches in and around Aireys Inlet. Sunnymead has step and path access to secluded beaches. Sandy gully and Step Beach have step access to little coves in rocky ...Read More


Aireys Inlet hosts a diverse range of habitats in a small area with around 140 species of birds. Both serious birders and casual observers will be richly rewarded by a stroll around the beaches, cliffs and nearby walks in the Great Otway National Park. Get your binoculars out and be ready to spot a ...Read More


Many locations with a variety of fish can be caught in Aireys Inlet. Pick up a brochure at Reception for the many fishing spots in the area....Read More

Horse riding

Blazing Saddles offers activities for the whole family from pony rides for the little ones, to full day rides for experienced riders. Available also are pony parties, kids school holiday clinics, l...Read More

Split Point Lighthouse

The most well-known attraction in Aireys Inlet. Originally named Eagles Nest Point. Built in 1891, it is considered to be the most elegant lighthouse on the Australian coastline. Throughout the years a number of code systems were used to communicate with ships and guide them along the Shipwreck C...Read More


Sandwiched between the Southern Ocean and the Great Otway National Park, Aireys Inlet has many walking tracks. The Surf Coast Walk offers a breathtaking view of the ocean. It stretches 44 km from Torq...Read More
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