A person fishing on Lorne Pier, in the background you can see the Fishing Co-op and the Lorne hills.

Lorne; where the ocean meets the forest, is a unique and diverse environment with several scenic walks, drives and lookouts. Dubbed by the locals as the perfect place to de-stress and leave the city behind, Lorne has been attracting eager holidaymakers for more than a century.

Protected from large swells, the sheltered two-kilometre beach is perfect for swimming and is patrolled during the summer months by Lorne Surf Lifesaving Club. A boardwalk runs along a large stretch of the main beach and is flanked by lawns, gum trees and picnic and barbecue facilities.

The bustling main street offers world class restaurants, boutiques, day spas and plenty of open space to soak in the atmosphere and relax. And as a bonus, there is a huge wooden playground and skateboard park to occupy the young and young at heart.

Located at the end of George Street, Teddys Lookout captures the true beauty of the Great Ocean Road and offers some of the most breathtaking views, attracting tourists year-round.

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing holiday or a coastal adventure, the Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park offers some supreme locations.
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