|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.
|86-88 Mountjoy Parade Lorne VIC
Church Service Sundays at 10am.
|Tatts Pokies at the Lorne Hotel in Mountjoy Parade
|Getting to Lorne by Public Transport
|V-Line train/coach services depart Melbourne daily to Geelong, and along The Great Ocean Road to Lorne and Apollo Bay. Return coach services connect from Apollo Bay to Port Campbell and Warrnambool on Fridays all year round (extra services main holiday period). V-line enquiries 136 196
|Erskine River Trading Company
|4b Mountjoy Parade Lorne VIC 3232
From Melbourne over the bridge on your right.
A unique, small shop full of surprises check out the range of furniture, homewares, special gifts, body and skin care.
Call in and have a chat with Cam
|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.
|Lavers Hills Road Colac VIC
For the racing enthusiast the nearest racecourse is the Colac Turf Club situated in Lavers Hills Road Colac is a 1 hour drive from Lorne via C151. The club races from September to April has excellent facilities Full TAB/Bookmakers
|NIB Lorne Mountain to Surf Run
|Mountjoy Parade Lorne VIC
Lorne Surf Life Saving Club
|Lorne Visitor Information
|15 Mountjoy Parade Lorne VIC 3232
General Information on Lorne and Surrounds.
Free Maps & Visitor Guides.