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Overview

Golf

The Great Ocean Road region is the perfect place to work on your swing. Revel in stunning coastal views, breath in the fresh sea air and test your skills on one of the renowned local courses.

Along the coast

Tee off at The Sands in Torquay, an 18-hole championship course designed by Australian golfer Stuart Appleby and stay a little longer to enjoy the premium golf resort accommodation.

Head further west to Warrnambool to find another challenging course, set amidst undulating terrain with greens that test the short game. Finish your golfing journey at Port Fairy's famous links golf course. Ranked number 34 on AusGolf magazine's top 100 Australian courses, the course is built on rolling sand dunes and is reminiscent of the coastal courses of Scotland and Ireland.

Kangaroos at play

Play a round at Anglesea with its resident kangaroo population, a must for anyone from abroad. These iconic Australian native animals live in the nearby forest and spend their days as unofficial greenkeepers lounging on the fairways.

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Destinations

Port Fairy

Uncover history in every corner of this charming fishing village at the end of the Great Ocean Road with tree-lined streets and heritage buildings.

Destinations

Anglesea

Swim, surf and relax at Anglesea's main beach, picnic at Anglesea River or tee off alongside kangaroos at this quaint seaside town's golf course.

Great Ocean Road

Food and wine

With a stunning coastline stretching for hundreds of kilometres, fertile farm country and wineries aplenty, there's lots for foodies and wine lovers.

Things to do

Road trips and itineraries

Drive one of the world's most scenic coastal routes on the famous Great Ocean Road extending from Torquay to Allansford with spectacular cliff views.