Hear, See, Smell, Taste the OCEAN


Listening to the calming sounds of the nearby ocean, a salty roar softened by distance, you are immediately immersed in coastal life.

Take in the countrified conversations around you, and you will soon learn about the best local haunts and entertainment hubs to discover.

Head to our award-winning Tourist Information Centre, where the knowledgeable staff will welcome you to the area and provide you with a recommended local itinerary for your stay.

Weekends in Inverloch are rarely without local musicians. You’ll find them entertaining at cellar doors, annual concerts, and range of other venues.

While in the region, why not learn a new craft? Join a local workshop to make vine baskets, knitted home wares, jewellery, ceramic bowls, mosaic madness and more.

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With so much to explore in the region, you are truly spoilt for choice. Take a trek up to Eagle’s Nest for a magnificent coastal outlook, or how about a re-energising walk along the beach that stretches as far as the eye can see.

There is also the Inverloch Jetty, a great spot to throw in a line. Or for the adventurers, why not take in the sights and try one of the region’s popular walks; Screw Creek Townsend Bluff Estuary Walk, George Bass Coastal Walk, or Bass Coast Rail Trail (which is great for cycling and horse-riding too).

For those who like to shop, a seven minute drive will take you to Inverloch where you’ll find a variety of on-trend fashion, handmade and bespoke home wares as well as local crafts. Or if you’d like to grab a good book, there’s a great range at the newsagency.



Breathe in deeply and savour the salty air of the ocean, blending beautifully with the floral accents, familiar native vegetation and clean country air of the rural surrounds. Only interrupted by the delicious aroma of campfire cooking, your stay is certainly a treat for the senses.

Book in for a local aromatherapy relaxation massage or divine facial or for a more remedial treat, a deeper tissue massage. Join in a yoga session on the beach or hire a bike for a coastal path cycle or tour of the inland local rail trails.



From aromatic coffee to long lunches, and exquisite wineries to cuisines from around the world, the Inverloch region is a mecca for foodies and wine lovers alike. With a huge range of fresh, local produce on offer throughout the eateries in town and at the local farmer’s markets, it’s very much about delicious flavours and a wonderful culinary experience.
A short drive from Inverloch will lead you to the quaint, artisan townships of Loch and Meeniyan, and also to Korumburra where you will find a range of yummy delicacies.

Experience all that Inverloch and its beautiful surrounds has to offer.

The accommodation is stunning and attention to detail is shown everywhere. Congrats.


80 Drowleys Rd