Inverloch - stunning, rugged, spectacular coastal village
The popular coastal village of Inverloch, a leisurely two hour drive from Melbourne along the South Gippsland coastline boasts stunning views of Bass Strait and Anderson Inlet from the picturesque shores.
The rugged Bass Strait coast includes 19 kilometres of Bunurong Marine Reserve and provides spectacular natural attractions such as Eagles Nest – a natural rock formation which looks amazingly like the map of Australia, Flat Rocks - the site of Dinosaur Dreaming, a joint project between Museum Victoria and Monash University, and Shack Bay a favoured surfing and diving spot.
A walk along the Screw Creek boardwalk allows you to get up close and personal with wildlife and exquisite flora as you meander the 1.5 kilometres through the Salt Marsh, the paperbark forests and kangaroo grass slope all the while enjoying the breathtaking views including Townsend Bluff and surrounds.
The pristine beaches provide fishing, diving, boating, swimming and walking experiences never to forget.
Golfing, bushwalking, horse and bike riding, visiting galleries and markets and sightseeing are further pastimes in and around Inverloch to fill your leisure days.
Bass Coast has many fine places to wine and dine, catering for all your tastes and expectations whether it be a special occasion, a romantic dinner for two or somewhere the whole family can enjoy with peace of mind.
With a population of around 4,000 Inverloch supports football, netball and cricket and tennis clubs, Scouts, Surf Life Saving, Jazz, Theatre, Historical and Genealogy groups to name a few.
Inverloch is a relaxing drive to popular Phillip Island, Wilsons Promontory, the Strzelecki Ranges and still within easy accessibility to Melbourne.