Beaches / Surfing

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.

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Address: Aireys Inlet Victoria
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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 outcrops. Inlet Beach is an ideal spot for families with small children. Beaches along Fairheaven and Eastern View are ideal for walks and swimming. Remember to swim between the flags.

Sunnymead, Step Beach and beach at Fairehaven are ideal for surfing. The world famous Bells Beach is less than 30 minutes away from the motel.

Last Updated: Friday 14th June, 2019
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