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Angahook State Park

Literally upon your backdoor step you have a trail leading into the Angahook State Forest when you stay at Lorneview.

The forest is home to a rich variety of native flora and fauna in including kangaroos, wallabies and koalas.  

This is what Tourism Victoria has to say:

"Angahook-Lorne State Park has some of the richest flora in Victoria. The broad, gentle undulating ridges in the east of the park support extensive heathlands, excellent for wildflowers in Spring and early Summer. The paperbark swamps along Distillery and Salt Creeks are unique in the park, with dense Scented Paperbark, coral fern and tea tree. Red Ironbarks grow in a narrow rain shadow around Aireys Inlet with tall Blue Gums near the Moggs Creek picnic area".

The Moggs Creek Picnic Area is only a 30 minute walk from Lorneview.

One of our favourite walks takes you along the ridge behind Lorneview, affording fantastic panoramic views, then through the forest and back along the beach to home. It's an invigorating stroll you won't forget!

For more information call Parks Victoria on (+61) 13 1963.



The Great Ocean Road region offers a variety of cuisine styles, using fresh local produce, and prices to suit all tastes and budgets. Lorne has one of the best selections on the coast.



The coastline on which Lorneview sits is rich with history.  You can visit the Airey's Inlet lighthouse and learn about the treacherous seas and reefs that have earned this part of the the Victorian coast the name "The Shipwreck Coast".

Take a drive to the spectacular cliff lookouts and imagine the lives of the first settlers, forging a new life in an unforgiving land.

The Twelve Apostles

Few visitors to Victoria forego the chance to see The Twelve Apostles.  Magnificent, a natural wonder, the Twelve Apostles stand like ancient stone sentries guarding Australia's southern shores.

To visit the Twelve Apostles take a leisurely day trip from Lorneview.

Other Attractions

There are many other attractions. Surfing at Eastern View or at famous Bells Beach, golf in Anglesea, trekking through the Otway Ranges or enjoying a meal with a view at The Airey's Inlet Hotel.