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Restaurants & cafes

Dine out at one of the Great Ocean Road region's restaurants serving up fresh local seafood and locally grown produce. Choose from a wide selection of dining options in the main coastal resorts up and down the coast – from casual sidewalk cafes with views of the ocean to acclaimed restaurants.

Enjoy fine dining and stunning ocean views at Chris's at Beacon Point in the hills overlooking Apollo Bay or visit the delightfully casual Timboon Railway Shed Distillery. Further down the coast at Port Fairy, Merrijig Inn also offers a sensational menu sure to satisfy your foodie expectation.

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Winchelsea Hotel

Winchelsea Hotel is the gateway to the Hinterland. The Otway's, oceans, rainforests, sleepy coastal settlements are all within a short drive from...

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Brae

Taste what the fuss is about at Citi Chef of the Year Dan Hunter's Otways hideaway, hatted by The Age Good Food Guide.

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Bubba Pizza Torquay

Bubba Pizza Torquay is the most talked about pizza store on the Great Ocean Road. Located directly across from the Torquay Hotel and just a short two...

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Torquay Bowls Club

Located on Fisherman's beach the Torquay Bowls offer a wide range of activities and events for both tourists and local residents. The Bistro On The...

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Bespoke Harvest

Located in the Otway Ranges village of Forrest, Bespoke Harvest features seasonal produce from their garden and surrounding farms that capture the...

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Merrijig Kitchen

Book for a memorable experience with outstanding local wines and a daily-changing menu of seasonal produce that's locally sourced and French inspired.

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Swing Bridge Café & Boathouse

At the mouth of the Erskine River, the Swing Bridge Café and Paddle Boat Hire has an ambience that is a world away from the excitement and bustle of...

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Front Beach Café

Front Beach Café overlooks the breathtaking magnificence of Torquay Frontbeach. Sophisticated décor and peaceful ambience greets you, along with the...

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Limestone Gallery & Cafe

Limestone Gallery & Cafe is a little gem on the outskirts of town in Port Fairy. The Gallery displays pieces of work from local and surrounding...

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Apollo Bay Bakery

Appolo Bay Bakery on the Great Ocean Road is home of the famous Scallop Pie. Apollo Bay Bakery is the perfect stop for an early breakfast or a quick...

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Uber Mama

With views of the idyllic Anglesea river, Uber Mama is the perfect place to enjoy a delicious meal, coffee and cake or cold beer. Whether it's a stop...

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HAH Lornebeach

Located right on the beach, Lorne's newest and healthiest alternative for the relaxed or active lifestyle is HAH Lornebeach. HAH Lornebeach offers...

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