The town of Aireys Inlet, midway between Lorne and Anglesea on the Surf Coast section of the Great Ocean Road, is surrounded by Angahook-Lorne State Park, part of the Otway Ranges. The area is a haven for flora and fauna and has many bushwalks.
The Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch, commemorating the building of this fascinating and picturesque road, lies just south of the town. The 35km Surf Coast walk passes through Aireys Inlet.
The town’s lighthouse is still operational and there are spectacular coastal views from the headland on which it sits. The beaches are popular for swimming, surfing and fishing.
Find out more about the Surf Coast section of the Great Ocean Road.