The protected waters of Anderson Inlet make the coastal town a favourite holiday spot. Swimmers, water sports enthusiasts and surfers flock to the beaches during warmer months, while the surrounding walks and drives make the village a popular year-round destination. When travelling in Inverloch, you will be visiting the lands of the Bunurong People.
By the water
Try a new water sport or practice your favourite one at Inverloch's pristine beaches. The still waters of Anderson Inlet make wakeboarding or windsurfing a breeze, while the surf beach is a great spot to introduce children (or beginners) to surfing. Try Eagles Nest if you are a confident surfer. Charter a boat or take a cruise to enjoy Inverloch from the water.
Time your visit to coincide with the Labour Day long weekend and join in the fun and festivities of the Inverloch Jazz Festival or hit the Sounds of Summer in December, a family-friendly music food and wine festival.
Walking and cycling tracks
Explore the many boardwalks and coastal trails to discover the town's beautiful natural surroundings. Wander down the kid-friendly Screw Creek Nature Walk to explore the marshlands, which lead to gorgeous views of Anderson Inlet. For a bit of fresh sea air, stroll along the cliffs of the George Bass Coastal Walk or get the legs pumping on Victoria's only coastal rail trail, the Bass Coast Rail Trail.
Penguins to the Prom
Inverloch is a perfect stopover point for those driving from Phillip Island and continuing on to Wilsons Promontory. Enjoy the spectacular views of Bass Strait from the cliff tops along the 12-kilometre Bunurong Coastal Drive between Inverloch and Cape Paterson. The drive passes many natural attractions ready to explore, such as Eagles Nest, Twin Reefs, Shack Bay, The Caves and Flat Rocks.