What's on in Lorne, Victoria
Lorne is a favorite beach resort and holiday town, located on the scenic Great Ocean Road, between
Aireys Inlet, Anglesea, Wye River. It is close to the many towns and villages dotted along the
Great Ocean road between Geelong
and not far from Anglesea. The main hub for entertainment is
Mountjoy Parade with its many cafes, restaurants, pubs, bars and boutiques arrayed along the foreshore at Lorne.
This creates a 'Mediterranean-like ambiance to the area which is part of the charm of Lorne.
Further south is Point Grey and its jetty from which the famous Lorne Pier to Pub, annual open
water swimming event is held. This event attracts thousands of visitors from Melbourne and interstate.
It is one of the key events on the open swimming calendar in the southern States. Swimming, boating and
water sports are the main focus for recreation in the town. The mouth of the Erskine River is a popular
swimming spot with its suspension bridge an added attraction. The mountainous and intriguing Otway Ranges and
the Great Otway National Park, inland from to Lorne, provide opportunities for bush walking, mountain biking,
eco tours and enjoying the spectacular scenery, including Erskine Falls are located just 8 km west of Lorne.
There are many local pubs and clubs, restaurants, cafes and entertainment venues in Lorne.
The delights of many other towns along the Great Ocean Road are also close by
See the list of venues, events and attractions in the links provided below. An up to date gig guide for live music
and entertainment is also provided. There is a wide range of
beachfront accommodation in Lorne and nearby
. Discover the wide
range of activities available in Lorne
, including tours of the
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities
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