Location : Approximately 140 kilometres south-east of Melbourne.
Sheltered Anderson Inlet, Bunurong Coastal Drive. Inverloch is a popular seaside destination offering excellent boat launching facilities and protected waters. Anderson Inlet, a haven for wind surfers and other water based activities, is shallow and has been described as the most popular estuary in the State. It is constantly changing and at low tide its sandy bottom is exposed and many species of waterbirds banquet on the shores.
The large resident population ensures that most services and facilities are provided in and around the busy retail centre, while accommodation ranges from campsites to cabins, bed and breakfasts and resort style venues.
To admire the awesome scenery or to swim or surf at any of the beaches - car parks, walkways and stairs are easily accessible.
Things to do in Inverloch
Visit the excellent Bunurong Environment Centre - which interprets the natural surroundings, including the shells and dinosaur diggings of the area. Various boardwalks and tracks provide tranquil places for shorter and longer strolls or bushwalks and hiking activities.
Enjoy excellent surfing and swimming
Drive the Bunurong Coastal Drive - a stunning 14-kilometre stretch of road between Inverloch and Cape Paterson that hugs the coastline and provides an abundance of photographic opportunities.
Look out for Eagles Nest – a large rock structure adjacent to the coastline that resembles the top half of a map of Australia.