Bring the family on a visit to beautiful Anderson Inlet, a protected bay where the Tarwin River enters Bass Strait. The enclosed bay makes Anderson Inlet a protected beach, perfect for swimming with the kids, while the shallow estuary creates a stunning turquoise colour. Take a wander along the large expanse of soft sand and watch the breeze coming over the low grassy dunes. At low tide you can stroll around the western headland to reach the surfing beaches.
Fishing opportunities abound. Bait your hook and cast your beach fishing rod to land some King George whiting, Australian salmon, mullet and silver trevally. Anderson Inlet is also a great recreational boating area with a boat ramp jetty.
Access and accessibility
All-terrain wheelchairs are available free of charge from the Inverloch Visitor Information Centre.
Map pins are available via the tab key in a list after the map.
You can pan the map with the keyboard arrows.