|Holliday Road Lorne VIC|
Spectacular 9 hole golf course with picturesque bay and bush views. Affordable green fees. Licensed clubhouse, meals available. activities.
also 6 tennis courts for hire.
|Shop 8/9 Mountjoy Parade Lorne VIC 3232|
Endota at Cumberland Lorne and Mantra Resorts offer a luxurious range of skin, hair and body theraphies to refresh your mind, body and soul. Lorne's relaxed lifestyle is reflected in the ambiance of Endota Spa, the perfect comliment to your Great Ocean Road Escape.
|81 Mountjoy Parade Lorne VIC 3232|
Located on the Foreshore Lorne Sea Baths prides itself on its range of top quality facilities, all tailored for your fitness and personal health needs and with the aim of assisting you in your quest for complete wellbeing. Facilities include: Gym with personal training, Hydrobaths, steam room, yoga, outdoor swimming pool, toddlers pool and fun and fitness activities for the children.
Lorne Salt Theraphy opening in March 2013
| Lorne VIC|
Click on the link below to visit the Lorne Historical Society website.
|NIB Lorne Mountain to Surf Run|
|Mountjoy Parade Lorne VIC|
Lorne Surf Life Saving Club
|Travelling On From Lorne...|
|Airey's Inlet 18km|
Geelong 65km Approx 1 hour 10minutes
Queenscliff Car/Passenger Ferry 96km
Melbourne 136km Approx 2hours 20 minutes
Deans Marsh 23
Cumberland River 7km
Wye River 15km
Kennett River 22km
Skenes Creek 30km
Apollo Bay 46km
Lavers Hill 96km
The 12 Apostles 132km Approx 2 hours 30minutes
Port Campbell 145km
|Getting to Lorne By Train:|
|Trains from interstate capital cities arrive at Melbourne’s Spencer Street station connecting services to Geelong and Warrnambool|
|Shop 3, 154 Mountjoy Parade Lorne VIC|
Full Range Postal Products, Gifts, Post Cards, Bank@Post, Passports.
|Follow the Princes Highway (M1) from Melbourne to Geelong Ring Road distance 65km (1 hour) then take the C134 through Bellbrae to the Great Ocean Road (B100) to Lorne approximately 40km. During peak periods travelling times will increase on the Great Ocean Road so you may wish to travel the (A1) to Waurn Ponds turn left to Moriac follow the Cape Otway Road turning left onto (C151) to Deans Marsh then onto Lorne. Generally a lot quicker and the roads are good. Or you can follow the (A1) to Winchelsea turn left onto (C151) to Deans Marsh then onto Lorne.|
|Wildlife encounters are common along the Great Ocean Road so be very aware, especially at dusk when activity is more prolific.|
Also be aware of vehicles following make sure you stop or divert safely.