VicSearch Directory has 7 Surf Coast entries
Total Travel Great Ocean Road - Site ID: 71
Together with the volcanic Hinterland, this area includes many attractions and natural wonders. These include Port Campbell National Park, Lake Corangamite (Australia's largest permanent salt lake) and the Twelve Apostles. The coastal towns of Port Fairy, Warrnambool, Port Campbell and the historic Camperdown create the perfect choice for family holidays.
Intown Geelong - Site ID: 95
Intown is your one stop website for events or travel information for the Greater Geelong Region.
Visit Victoria - Site ID: 110
Enjoy a picnic with a scenic ocean backdrop at a grassy foreshore reserve at Torquay, Lorne and Apollo Bay or if you are looking for some peace and quiet find a quiter place with a creek or stunning waterfall at Visit Victoria.
Aireys Inlet - Site ID: 237
Aireys Inlet is one of the best kept secret's on The Great Ocean Road. Secluded beaches, walks in the wilderness, great pub with fabulous view, super little restaurants and only 90 minutes from Melbourne. 'The White Lady', our famous lighthouse has been opened to the general public for organised tours.
Intown Geelong - Site ID: 306
Intown is your one stop website for events or travel information for the Greater Geelong Region. There's a wealth of useful information and hints for people planning to visit our great region and for the 200,000 or so locals who live within the district.
Lorne Link - Site ID: 352
Lorne is situated on the famous Great Ocean Road. The Great Ocean Road boasts spectacular views magnificent scenery, and plenty of activities for all ages.
Angahook State Park - Site ID: 365
Angahook Lorne is now a part of the newly declared Great Otway National Park. Parks Victoria web site has all of the information on the activities and attractions available.