: Welshpool Airport
: Corinella Ferry Terminal
: Korumburra Railway Station
: C441/B460, Inverloch, Victoria
: Inverloch Esplanade Hotel
: Melaleuca Links
: Numerous cafes and restaurants
Admire spectacular coastal scenery, take a dip in the sea or go wind-surfing – Inverloch is your gateway to the beautiful protected waters of Anderson Inlet, often described as the most popular estuary in Victoria.
A real seaside holiday just 140 kms SE of Melbourne. Enjoy the laidback village vibe of this coastal treasure and make the most of stunning surf beaches, quiet swimming spots and abundant boating opportunities.
Set sail on the still waters of Anderson Inlet, a shallow estuary where the Tarwin River enters Bass Strait, and later on check out the many species of waterbirds that come out at low tide.
Bushwalks and hiking
Various boardwalks and tracks provide tranquil places for shorter and longer strolls, or bushwalks and hiking activities. Visit the excellent Bunurong Environment Centre, which interprets the natural surroundings, including the shells and dinosaur diggings of the area.
Look out for 'Eagles Nest' – a large rock structure adjacent to the coastline that resembles the top half of a map of Australia.
Inverloch is only 20 min. from the famous Phillip Island with acclaimed attractions such as the iconic Penguin Parade. Visit the landmark Knobbies region, the park's spectacular boardwalk path along the natural sea bird gardens of the headland. In October the Grand Prix circuit becomes a temporary city for the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix. The rest of the year it hosts various automotive activities including go-carts and hot laps with an experienced race driver.
It is only an hour away from Wilsons Promontory. Be amazed by Victoria's largest coastal wilderness area in Wilsons Promontory National Park. Affectionately known as 'The Prom', it is one of the state's best loved parks – and with good reason. This 50,000 hectare reserve is threaded with a labyrinth of walking tracks that showcase all manner of magical realms sheltering abundant wildlife.
You'll be surrounded by a visual feast of tranquil rivers, intimate coves, granite mountaintops and lush, forested valleys. Discover secluded beaches, cool fern gullies and spectacular rock formations. It is a refuge for an array of native wildlife including kangaroos, emus, wombats, echidnas and vividly plumed birds like rosellas. These social creatures flock to anyone with a palm-full of seed, especially around the visitors area at Tidal River.
The drive from the entrance at Yanakie to Tidal River settlement is scenic and is well-signposted, with car parks, beaches and bushland accessible via side roads. However, the best way to enjoy the spectacular scenery is on one of the many walking trails throughout the peninsula.