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Affectionately known as ‘The White Queen’, the Split Point Lighthouse at Aireys Inlet is the famous setting for the TV series ‘Round the Twist. Offering amazing 360-degree coastal views, a guided tour will take you about 45 minutes.
Take a trip across Port Phillip Bay and visit another beautiful part of Victoria, the Mornington Peninsula. The Queenscliff and Sorrento car and passenger ferries cross southern Port Phillip Bay 24 times a day, every hour on the hour, from 7am to 6pm. Enjoy the serenity and look out for dolphins.
Surf beaches, historic ports, whale lookouts, apostles, shipwrecks, waterfalls, breathtaking mountain ranges, rainforests and national parks – these are all part of the diverse and dramatic landscape that make up our world-renowned coastline. You can travel the Great Ocean Road from Torquay to Warrnambool in a day, or take your time and stop along the way.
Staying at Torquay Holiday Park should be a golfers’ dream. There are renowned, quality golf courses within reach, including Torquay, The Sands, 13th Beach, Barwon Heads and Anglesea, where you can play amongst the resident kangaroos.
Take a break from the caravan park and Torquay and visit Victoria’s largest regional city, which offers a stunning waterfront with parks, gardens, beaches, great shopping and fantastic restaurants and bars.
A visit to what is perhaps Australia’s most significant lighthouse offers magnificent scenery and cliff-top views. Built in 1848, the Cape Otway Lightstation is surrounded by the Great Otway National Park, spectacular sea cliffs and the Southern Ocean below. From May to October it is ideal for whale spotting and there are daily lighthouse and shipwreck discovery tours....