|From Melbourne follow the Princes Highway (M1) to the Geelong bypass (veer right) which will bring you out on A1 then take The Great Ocean Road to Torquay Anglesea then to Aireys Inlet.|
Approx Distance from Melbourne 122km Approx travel time 1 hour 45 minutes.
During peak periods travelling times will increase on the Great Ocean Road
|West Coast Railway Melbourne, Geelong, Warrnambool and return 7 days week|
Ph: 03 5226 6500 www.wcr.com.au
V/Line trains run throughout the day from Melbourne to Geelong and Geelong to Melbourne 7 days a week.
Information 13 6196 or www.vline.com.au
|Great Ocean Road Anglesea VIC 3230|
Clifftop walking trail that runs from Torquay to Aireys Inlet.
From Anglesea, the trail can be taken from the beach side of the Anglesea Beachfront Caravan Park north along the cliffs or from the main beach access past the surf club to Point Roadknight.
At low tide you can return to Abglesea along the beaches.
Be aware of tide changes and conditions. Before setting out call into the Torquay or Anglesea Information Centres for up to date information on all local walks.
|Anglesea main beach is suitable for swimmers, but like all beaches be aware of changing conditions and tide movements and always swim between the flags. BBQ's and toilets close by|
Point Roadknight is popular with the kids, and a variet of water activities.
Both beaches are patrolled during summer
| Swim or surf only at beaches patrolled by lifeguards|
Always swim between the flags marking the area safer for swimming.
Read and obey the signs
Be careful where you dive accidents often result from diving into shallow waters.
Be aware of slippery banks and rocks when fishing
Dont swim under the influence of alcohol or drugs
Always swim under supervision
If you get into trouble in the water, stay calm. Signal for help, then float and wait for assistance
Float with a current or undertow. Dont try to swim against it.
When out on the water always wear the correct safety equipment.
|Popular spots around Anglesea include:-|
The Anglesea River Mouth and near the Information Centre
Coogarah Park, Point Roadknight, Hutt Gully and Urqharts Bluff open ocean surf fishing. (pictured)
Common catches include Snapper, Bream and Salmon
See Map under menu home page
|Information about fishing along the Great Ocean Road.|
List of best baits to use for each fish species.
Detailed information on the species of fish you might expect to catch in this area.
|Noble Street Anglesea VIC 3230|
Famous for the kangaroo's that happily graze the fairways as golfers go about their game.
18 hole par 73 layout in a wonderful bush setting just a short drive up Noble Street from the Great Ocean Road.
Green fee players welcome bookings required
|Harvey / Jackson Street Anglesea VIC 3230|
* Xmas Booking available from Xmas day till 2nd January. Min 5 nights. *
ALL ANGLESEA HEIGHTS BOOKINGS ARE DIRECT TO OWNER.
No Agents. No Booking fee. No administration extras for cancellations.
No Cleaning Fee. No Linen Fee. FLEXIBLE LEASING FLEXIBLE HOURS
From the time one enters the Skyline Penthouse apartment, you will be inspired by the design and beautiful stairway that leads to your romantic retreat.
This stunning one bedroom penthouse not only boasts magnificent ocean and bay views, but stunning hinterland views to complete the picture.
Skyline Penthouse overlooks the Great Ocean Road, just 5 minutes walk from the patrolled beach and surf club.
|Anglesea Information Centre|
|Great Ocean Road Anglesea VIC 3230|
On the Great Ocean Road Aireys Inlet side of town.
Run by friendly Volunteers who provide local information and travelling advice. Open daily from 10am to 4pm during peak periods. Clean toilets, plenty of parking and the kids can fish from the boardwalk behind centre.