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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....
Torquay, Jan Juc and Bells Beach have kilometres of sandy beach catering for all interests. Torquay offers a range of beaches along its grassy foreshore, catering for surfers, swimmers and anglers. The famous Bells Beach is the home of the longest-running professional surfing event in the world, the Rip Curl Pro. Jan Juc offers a cliff-lined sandy beach...
With one of Australia’s largest timber mazes and a massive 24-hole mini-golf course, the family can be entertained for hours here. There’s also a cafe serving coffee and delicious cakes or light snacks when you need a break.
Take a break from camping to visit Victoria’s biggest water theme park. Adventure Park caters for the whole family with both fun-filled water rides and dry land activities. The thrilling Aqua Racer is for those who love speed or take a slightly easier pace on the River Torrent with its turbo-charged wave action.