Local Attractions, Places of Interest & Excursions
Split Point Lighthouse
This famous landmark is still very much an essential part of the maritine world along the Victorian coast. Round The Twist was also filmed here. The lighthouse is open for tours.
Old Bark Hut
Built in 1852, this rebuilt original settlers hut offers a fascinating insight into life of the early pioneers. A great area to picnic or lunch with a small playground.
Fairhaven Surf Beach
Just a short drive or a pleasant stroll along the beach is Fairhaven Surf Beach. One of the best beaches in the whole of Victoria.
Great Otway National Park
Located across the road from Angahook Camp, this State Park offers a variety of magnificent bush walks, bird hide, and amphitheatre and picnic areas for every one to enjoy.
Great Ocean Road
Calgoorah Park Wetlands, Anglesea
Erskine Falls, Lorne
Surf City & Surf World Museum
Surf City at Torquay is a great stop over on the way to or from your stay at Angahook Camp. Surf City has everything you need to find to find out about the surfing industry, including factory outlets and surfing museum.
Queenscliff Marine Discovery Centre, Queenscliff
Geelong Wool Museum, Geelong
Narama Creations, Aboriginal Cultural Interpretation Centre
Otway Tree Top Walk
Our Other Accommodation
We also have THE GLEN Farm Cottages. They are self contained two or three bedroom cottages situated on 310 hect. Located 500 metres from Angahook they provide a family friendly and relaxing holiday.
Address: 310 Old Coach Rd Aireys Inlet