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  • Anglesea Heath

    Located inland from Anglesea, it is one of the richest vegetation communities in Victoria with heathlands, woodlands and swamps which are home to many species of birds, insects, mammals and reptiles

  • Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie

    Indulge in your love of chocolate with a visit to the Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie. Watch how chocolates are made, delight in free tastings, and explore the showroom where thousands of chocolates will tempt you. There is a cafe which features produce from the kitchen garden and a range of delicious desserts and house-made ice creams and sorbets. Outside there are 6 hectares of tranquil gardens to explore including large lawns, native gardens, an orchard and lavender field.

  • Great Otway National Park

    Spanning over 100,000 hectares along the coast between Anglesea and Princetown and inland towards Colac, this park features the steep timbered ridges of the Otway Ranges, fern gullies, waterfalls, and a coastline dominated by tall cliffs, coves and sandy beaches

  • Point Addis Marine National Park

    Extending along 10 kilometres of coastline between Anglesea and Jan Juc, the marine park is a popular surfing destination with its backdrop of towering sandstone cliffs

  • Surf Coast Walk

    The 44 kilometre Surf Coast Walk commences at Point Impossible at Torquay and traverses coastal landscapes, passing through Anglesea and Aireys Inlet, ending at Fairhaven. The walk can be split into a number of distinct tracks where you can enjoy spectacular scenery from lookouts, see wildflowers, forests, cliffs, beaches, an array of native wildlife, lighthouses and the world-famous Bells Beach. Some parts of the walk are also suitable for cyclists.