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A comprehensive guide to Inverloch Trades and Services and handy information about the towns services and facilities.
Discovery and naming of the Inverloch area undoubtedly rests with Samuel Anderson who settled on the Bass River in Western Port in 1835 some six weeks after Batman and Fawkner made their famous landing in Port Phillip.
ChurchesAnglican – The Crescent.
Assembly of God – 17 Bear Street.
Catholic – Scarborough Street.
Uniting – Williams Street.
Shire RegulationsCamping not permitted on any public reserve or beach includes sleeping in cars-Penalties Apply.
Open Fires not permitted anywhere in the shire or on the beaches - Heavy Penalties Apply
Alcohol Not permitted in the streets at any time and is not permitted in public places between sunset and sunrise
Penalties Apply. Information: 5671 2211
V-Line Coach ServiceRuns From Spencer Street to Inverloch and
Inverloch to Spencer Street 7 Days a Week
3 Times a Day During The Week.
Saturday Twice. Sunday Once
You Can Purchase a Ticket From The Driver
Information & Timetable 136 196
Bunurong Surfing SpotsCape 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.
Local News2 papers cover the Inverloch area
The Leongatha Star and The Sentinel Times
both of which are published and available for sale late Tuesday
LibraryAt Shire Offices in Reilly Street
Open Monday-Friday 10am-12.30
Mon 1.30pm to 6pm Tuesday & Wednesday 1.30 to 4pm
Thursday & Friday 1.30 to 5pm
Saturday Morning 10am to 1pm
Ph: 5674 1169
Inverloch MarketsCommunity Hall A'Beckett Street Inverloch VIC 3996
Markets are held regularly during summer holidays.
The Inverloch Community Farmers Market is held on the 3rd Sunday of the month at The Glades and Rainbow Park from 8am to 5pm.
Inverloch Rotary Market in A'Beckett Street opposite Alex Scott is usually held on major weekends throughout the year.
Up to date Market Information from Inverloch Information Centre in A'Beckett Street.
Melbourne to Inverloch by CarTake the Monash Freeway (M1) to the Cranbourne/Phillip Island Exit. Proceed through Cranbourne and follow the Bass Highway (A420) through Grantville, Anderson, Wonthaggi, Inverloch
Approximately 144kms 2+ hours
Inverloch Jazz FestivalP.O. Box 154 Inverloch VIC 3996
Labour Day Weekend.
Inverloch comes alive during March when the Annual Jazz Festival is held. Festivities commence on Friday evening with non stop music through to late Sunday afternoon. Live entertainment in the streets, local shops, restaurants cafes, parks, halls it is a great family weekend in Inverloch.
Book your accommodation early to avoid disappointment.