|163 Surf Parade (opposite Goroke St) Inverlcoh VIC 3996
Inverloch Surf Life Saving Club is a volunteer organisation which provides beach patrol and rescue services, first aid and lifesaving education and training at Inverloch Surf Beach.
Funding for Club activities comes from membership fees, donations, sponsorships and Government grants. Inverloch is situated on the Victorian Coastline approximately 140 km South East of Melbourne and is a popular beach holiday destination.
The Club patrols the Surf Beach between December and Easter each year.
Clubhouse is located at 163 Surf Parade (opposite Goroke St) in Inverloch, Victoria, Australia.
|Cape Paterson Road Inverloch VIC 3996
Inside: All Tides
Suicide: High Tide
Eagles Nest: High Tide
Shack Bay: High or Low Tide
Twin Reefs: Low Tide
The Oaks: All Tides
For up to date information re the best waves in the area contact the team at Serious Surf in Williams Street Inverloch.
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|For the beach enthusiast there is kilometres of accessible beach from the boat ramp through to Cape Paterson.
Popular swimming beaches are to be found near the jetty on the Esplanade and around Norman Bay.
The Surf Beach opposite Goroke Street is Inverloch’s most popular family beach. Easily accessible and patrolled during main holiday periods
|Shop 1/2 8 Williams Street Inverloch VIC 3996
Anderson Inlet, the most southerly mangrove habitat in Australia provides an excellent environment for trevally, flathead, pinkie snapper, mullet, salmon, tailor, whiting, estuary perch, bream, mulloway, gummy shark and elephant fish. At the mouth of Screw Creek, along Mahers Landing and Doyles Road, there are natural bait grounds of Bass Yabbies and tube worm that can be pumped for recreational fishing.
The Tarwin River produces mullet, trevally and tommy rough on the moving tide.
Venus Bay Surf Beach is one of the last remaining pipi colonies in Victoria. Observing the hole and gutter formations on this
25km stretch of beach is crucial to getting the best results from beach fishing.
The winter months produce sensational sport fishing for Australian salmon and with schools of fish up to 3kg. Gummy shark, 7 gill sharks and other varities of bottom feeders come into feed on sand crabs at night. For all updated fishing information contact Kylie at Drift Inverloch
|Is not permitted between The Oaks and Eagles Nest.
Remember, whether you are freshwater, estuary or saltwater fishing you need a licence.
Every angler can contribute to the welfare of the environment on which the sport depends. Discarded fishing line and empty food and drink containers should be disposed of thoughfully as not to cause littering and to avoid possible injury to people or animals.
|The Mouth of Andersons Inlet + 10 min to Port Phillip Heads Datum point for our tides, from then on in:
Inverloch Boat ramp + 20 min
Stevie's Gutter + 45 min
Mahers Landing + 1 hour
Venus Bay Boat Ramp + 1 hour 30 minutes
Mouth of Tarwin River +2 hours,
Tarwin River, at the pub + 3 hours.
Highway Bridge Tarwin River + 3 hours 30 minutes. (Note these are annual averages only and vary each day. Differences over 60 minutes must be treated with caution, Courtesy of Port of Melbourne).
Tarwin River boat ramp 3 hours later.
|2 hour boat hire from $100
| Inverloch VIC 3996
4km from Inverloch on the Tarwin Road.
Great fun for catching fish or just exploring Anderson Inlet - no boat licence required.
| Inverloch VIC 3996
Information about fishing, what fish you may catch and the best baits to purchase for:-
Inverloch, Prom Country and Lakes Entrance.
For Inverloch and Prom Country Info contact Kylie at Drift Fishing-Beach and Outdoor williams Street Inverloch phone 5674 3322
|There are four boat launching facilities for Anderson Inlet.
Inverloch Boat Ramp larger boats are advised to enter from the Esplanade (charges apply).
Mahers Landing provides good access but does require a person to hold the boat whilst parking the car and boat trailer.
Fishermans Jetty Venus Bay boats to 14 foot can comfortably access the inlet 2 hours either side of the tide.
Tarwin River boat ramp is best 4 hours either side of the high tide, but access to the inlet can be limited to 2 hours either side of the high tide.