The Lorne Pier opposite the Grand Pacific Hotel has a large platform at the end which allows plenty of room for anglers or sightseers. The pier is the most popular recreational fishing spot in town. Views from the pier back to the town centre and along the Great Ocean Road are spectacular. Other spots worth a try are Reedy Creek and Louttit Bay.
Remember, whether you are freshwater, estuary or saltwater fishing you need a licence.
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Great Ocean Road Wye River VIC 3221 15 kilometres from Lorne and 30 kilometres from Apollo Bay, the campground is situated on the beach side of the famous Great Ocean Road in this small seaside village. The park is open this season from Friday 20th September 2019 through until Sunday 26 April 2020. With only 60 powered sites and 2 unpowered sites demand often outstrips supply so it is a good idea to make your enquiries/reservation early.
Building 2 Apollo Bay Airport 3 Telford Street Apollo Bay VIC 3233 Helicopter or Cessna Flights
From Apollo Bay passengers have a choice of flights and packages to explore Victoria’s greatest coastal landmarks by air.
Experience the Great Ocean Road via the historical Shipwreck Coast to the 12 Apostles (flight route follows The Great Ocean Walk). Return to Apollo Bay in time for lunch.
*Flights from $60p.p. (Cessna min 2 persons).