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Things to do

Anglesea is just a pleasant 70 minute drive from Melbourne and is situated along the famous Great Ocean Road. It is a relaxed peaceful destination for the many families young and old, who enjoy the natural beauty of where the bush meets the sea all year round.

The magic of the Otways with its beautiful scenery and abundance of bush walking tracks is just around the corner on the Great Ocean Road, and the diversity of the heathlands and wildflowers is only rivaled by the Western Australian Heathlands.

Beaches range from the main Anglesea patrolled Surf Beach, the famous Bells Beach where the Rip Curl Easter Pro is held, to the sheltered waters of Point Roadknight bay and the Anglesea River where it is great for the kids to swim and play or even explore. They all offer boundless opportunities for surfing, swimming, boating, fishing, rock pool and beach walks.

Wonderful sporting facilities including a world famous golf course with it's large population of resident kangaroos, a newly constructed Mountain Bike track, Motor Bike riding and four wheel driving. Its the place for full adventure for the whole family.

Great Ocean Road
Anglesea is the official start of the Great Ocean Road which runs for 320 km west along the coast offering some of the most beautiful coastline anywhere in Australia. Most of the major attractions - the Twelve Apostles, London Bridge, Tree Top walk etc... are at the western end but beyond Anglesea there are some particularly lovely vistas across the southern ocean from the road.
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Surfing and Surfing Classes
Anglesea has both surf beaches and sheltered waters to cater for everyone. Bells Beach is located only 10kms away and is Australia's most famous surf beachh and is home to the Rip Curl Pro. In winter, big swells and off-shore winds the waves show off Bells and other breaks at their best. Go Ride a Wave offer learn to surf classes in the  area, tel: 1300 132 441
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MTB Mountain Bike Riding
Anglesea has become well known for its fantastic mountain bike tracks. There are heaps of single bush tracks from easy standard to the challenging which are right at our door step. Ride for hours and have loads of fun. 

There is a mountain bike course built and designed by Glenn Jacobs who also designs around the world including the Sydney Olympics track, has just been opened in Anglesea for all skill levels to have a go at. It is located in Camp Road, Anglesea and is open daily.

Map of Anglesea Mountiain Bike Trails and 

Basic Map of Anglesea Mountain Bike Trails

View video of Anglesea 'downhill' track

Surf Coast Walk and Anglesea Heathland Cliff Walk

The Surf Coast Walk offers natural beauty and easy access, the 44km walk between Torquay and Fairhaven lets you relax and enjoy a world-class walking destination at your own pace. Explore inspiring landscapes on foot or bike beyond the edge of Victoria's beautiful Great Ocean Road.

Join the Surf Coast Walk directly from our holiday park via the beach, river or any of the 5 access points from our boundary fence. Anglesea is the perfect location to either base yourself and explore both ends of the walk or use it as half way stop over. Our beautiful indoor spa complex with resort pool is the perfect way to rest the weary legs. Surf Coast Walk

Anglesea Heathland Cliff Walk 

To the north of the Anglesea River  is a pleasant coastal walk which starts at Purnell Street (just east of the  Bowling Club). It passes through coastal forests and along the cliffs. There is  a map available at the Tourist Information Office. The walk takes between 45  minutes and an hour.
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Coogoorah Reserve
Coogoorah Reserve ('coogoorah' is an Aboriginal  word reputedly meaning 'swampy reed creek') lies on the western side of the  Anglesea River on either side of the Great Ocean Road. It is an interesting  combination of bushland islands linked by boardwalks and bridges. It has good  picnic and barbecue facilities as well as a range of activity-based equipment for the children with a sunken pirate ship.

The boardwalk offers excellent opportunities to experience the  flora and fauna of this interesting wetland. The park achieved some infamy when  the 1983 bushfires set the peat alight. It was subsequently necessary to divert  the Anglesea River to put the slow burning fire out.
Anglesea Golf Course
The Golf Course has achieved fame because of the grazing kangaroos which take advantage of the well watered green fairways (using the towns recycled water) in the early morning and late afternoon. Enjoy the beautiful views from the magnificent club house and have a cappuccino, or glass of red wine while watching the ships in the horizon or spot the weary golfers battle up the hill on the 18th.
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Point Roadknight
Attractive headland which protects the Anglesea  beach from the full force of the southern ocean. It is an attractive vantage  point and has good protected swimming below.
Tennis courts
There are public tennis courts located only a few minutes walk from the caravan park.  We have some tennis racquets available for free hire if you forget to pack your own. The cost to hire the courts are $10 per court per hour payable direct to the Anglesea Tennis Club.
Anglesea paddle boats operates everyday over christmas school holidays, Easter and all weekends between December to April. Choose from the paddle boats, canoes, aqua bikes and fun boat rides.
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OtwayTreetop Walk
A unique, enriching world class 600 metre tree-top walk that takes visitors of all ages and mobility on an amazing journey - 25 metres above the ground, or dare to climb the spiral stairs to the top of the 47 metre lookout tower - up into the canopy of an ancient old growth forest deep in the heart of the Otways.  Back on the forest floor you can reflect, relax and refuel in the warmth of the Visitor Centre Cafe. This is pleasent drive from our park along the Great Ocean Road near Lavers Hill.
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Eco-logic Education & Environment Tours
Education programs are offered with hands on experience for students and groups in school holiday periods - ph. 03 5263 1133 or email tours@ecologic.net.au.
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Point Addis
A spectacular beach with plenty of wildlife. Keep an eye out for kangaroos and echidnas. This also a great snorkling spot when the waves are small. Turn off the Great Ocean Rd 7 km north-east of  Anglesea and it's 3 km to the carpark. A walking trail leads to the beach. The  Point is also popular with hang-gliders, surfers and swimmers. The Koorie  Cultural Walk, a 1-km loop-track, leads through the Ironbark Basin, a nature  reserve with a profusion of birdlife.
Lawn Bowls
The Anglesea Lawn Bowls club is adjacent to our park. Conveniently located for either a friendly social game, drink and meal,  where everyone is welcome. Anglesea Bowls Club
Drive a Lamborghini super car
How about you drive a super car Lamborghini? This amazing experience starts here in Anglesea, goes to Lorne and then returns to Anglesea.

The owner will stay in the passenger seat, and you get to drive the car for a 30-60 minute drive experience along the great ocean road.
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Four Wheel Drive off Road Driver Training
Before getting any dirt on your 4WD, it’s in everyone’s interest – yours, the environments and other off-road users - to get the other ‘dirt’ first, essential information about your vehicle and it’s capabilities.

Operating from The Australian Automotive Research Centre, Adrian du Jardin of Four Wheel Drive Off Road Driver Training conducts intensive one day courses designed to equip you with the skills necessary to tackle our off-road driving challenges.
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