Outdoor Activities

Walking, surfing, fishing, there’s plenty of adventure in Lorne.

Camping

Whether you’re planning a week-long holiday, weekend away, or an overnight...

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Fishing

The warm touch of sun is calling as the bay comes to life with excitable shrieks of a brilliant...

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Surfing

Perfect conditions with an idyllic setting whatever your...

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Walking

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...

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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...

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Picnic & BBQ Areas in Lorne

Pack up the lunch or stop by the local fish and chip shop and head to one of Lorne’ numerous picnic and BBQ’s areas...

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Erskine Falls

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

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Lower and Upper Kalimna Falls

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

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Holiday Parks in Lorne

Get back to nature by camping in Lorne Victoria. Set across five campgrounds along the Great Ocean Road, with beachfront &...

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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...

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Phantom Falls

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

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The Lorne Pier to Pub

The Lorne Pier to Pub has been running since 1980. The swim leads participants on a 1.2km course starting at the Lorne Pier and...

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Pet Friendly Walks and Beaches

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

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Fishing in Lorne

The warm touch of sun is calling as the bay comes to life with excitable shrieks of a brilliant catch. Featuring one of the best...

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Surfing in Lorne

Lorne is the perfect place for surfers of all skill levels. Have a go at learning to surf around Lorne Beach, or if you’re...

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National Park Camping

Looking for a more traditional camping experience? Discover the best Great Otway National Park campgrounds surrounding Lorne...

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6 Ways to love Lorne like a local

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

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Tree Trampolining at the Live Wire Park

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

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A Long Weekend in Lorne

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Adventures at Live Wire Park in Lorne

Escape the city and visit Australia’s first off-the-grid, elevated adventure park, for a day of adrenaline-fuelled...

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First Taste of Summer in Lorne

It’s amazing how transformative a few days by the sea can be. A weekend in Lorne full of fresh air, stunning views, saltwater and sunshine,...

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Great Ocean Road Diaries: 2 Nights in Lorne

Our third stop for our Great Ocean Road journey was to the seaside town of Lorne. I’ve been itching to visit here for a while now and it totally...

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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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