Lorne’s stunning mix of natural wonders will have you feeling refreshed and re-invigorated. Starting with dense fern tree lined walks within the incredible Otway National Park to short picturesque walks in heart of Lorne itself.

Lorne has a range of accessible outdoor activities that will have you feeling rich with calm and tranquility. Contact the Lorne Visitor Information Centre for further information.

Short Walks

With over 30 bush and coastal walks within the Otway's region, Lorne walks cover a diverse variety of distances and environments. Let the lights on the pier guide you back again after a long day...


Waterfall Walks

With 10 waterfalls within 10kms of Lorne, it's well worth the...


Explore All Walking

Phantom Falls

Discover the delights of Phantom Falls with it’s 15 metre rock façade, waterfall and beautiful natural...


Short Walks in Lorne

Lorne’s Natural Beauty  Filled every which way with natural beauty Lorne is the perfect place to fall in love with the...


Lower and Upper Kalimna Falls

Discover the stunning Kalimna Falls and their spectacular surrounds, with cascading water and magnificent forest...


Erskine Falls

The Otway National Park is filled with magnificent waterfalls, but only a handful are as stunning as Erskine Falls. These popular...


Pet Friendly Walks and Beaches

A holiday destination for the whole family… including...


Waterfalls around Lorne

With 10 waterfalls within 10km of Lorne and over 60km of marked tracks, there is plentiful time to indulge in the quiet that...


Be Inspired

6 Ways to love Lorne like a local

As local residents, we fall in love with Lorne every day, no matter what the...


Tree Trampolining at the Live Wire Park

Tree Trampolining? Yes, It’s a thing and it’s good for your...


A Long Weekend in Lorne


What to do For a Weekend in Lorne

You’ve probably heard before that Lorne has 10 waterfalls within 10kms…but have you seen them all? There has never been a better time...


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