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Studio on Park Street
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Entire guesthouse · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
Studio on Park StreetLight & bright ‘Cosy Studio on Park Street’ Very private & spotlessly clean studio located at the back of our property. It is well appointed with fresh clean linen supplied. It has a beautiful northerly aspect to capture the sun. Daiken split system. Secure off street parking next to the Studio for your convenience with remote operated gates. Beach, shops/cafes are a leisurely 10 minute walk along a wide shared pathway Ideal for couples, solo adventurers, and business travellers (Min 2 nights )
The Flame Tree
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Entire guest suite · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
The Flame TreeS/C suite comprising sitting room with separate bedroom space, bathroom. Kitchenette with microwave, fridge (no freezer), Nespresso machine, kettle, toaster. No cook-top or oven. Air conditioning. WiFi Weber BBQ on private roofed deck. TV & DVD with up-to-date discs, small TV in bedroom area. Garden setting with own entrance. Six minute walk to centre of town, not much further to beach. Light continental breakfast supplied. All linen provided. Free street parking. Tim & Annie are both 2xvaxxed
Banksia Bliss
Entire residential home · 9 guests · 3 beds · 2.5 baths
Banksia BlissJust 2 hours from Melbourne, a beautiful sustainable house situated in the award winning Cape Eco village; Banksia Bliss is the ultimate beach getaway. The house is just a short walk through community gardens to the popular beaches of Cape Paterson (700m). The local pub is also a short stroll away. The Eco village has fantastic paths for walking and cycling and a great playground for kids. Be prepared to encounter native wildlife such as kangaroos and echidnas.

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Architect designed a quiet energy efficient house.
$118 AUD per night
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  2. Inverloch
Beach Studio - close to Beach and Main Street
$129 AUD per night
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Inverloch
Self contained apartment
$128 AUD per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Wonthaggi
New listing! Renovated 3 BR home 7 min to beach 🏖
$123 AUD per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Venus Bay
The Rookery @ Venus Bay
$411 AUD per night
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  1. Entire residential home
  2. Inverloch
Perfect on Pier - 5min walk to beach/town
$222 AUD per night
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  1. Entire guesthouse
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Bayview Studio private accommodation
$130 AUD per night
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  2. Wonthaggi
Church Door Cottage
$90 AUD per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Cape Paterson
Anglers Beach House:
$177 AUD per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Inverloch
Steps from the Beach - Family Friendly Log Cabin
$220 AUD per night
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  2. Venus Bay
Far View - Pet Friendly, Free WIFI and Linen
$420 AUD per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Inverloch
Inlet House Inverloch on the beach-linen included
$562 AUD per night

Your guide to Inverloch

All About Inverloch

The Gippsland region’s coastline, southwest of Melbourne, has developed a reputation as a miniature version of Australia’s iconic Great Ocean Road. And with its dramatic clifftop vistas and vast offshore rock formations poking out at every turn, it’s easy to see why. Surrounded by all of this natural drama is Inverloch, a seaside town that hugs the postcard-perfect shore of Andersons Inlet. This protected pocket of water and its surrounding scenic trails makes Inverloch a popular getaway year-round: swim, paddleboard, sail, and surf (Eagles Nest has legendary waves) in summer, then lace up your hiking boots or jump in the car for epic coastal walks and road trips during cooler months.


How do I get around Inverloch?

Melbourne Airport (MEL) receives hundreds of flights from dozens of carriers every day. The joy of traveling the 105 miles (two hours) southwest to Inverloch by car is taking in the spectacular coast at your own pace. Rental options are available at the airport, or in the city proper. There’s no direct public transport to Inverloch, although a series of trains and buses will get you there in 4.5 to seven hours, depending on your route. The fastest requires you to catch the Skybus or taxi to Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station, a train to Dandenong, then a bus to Inverloch. Rideshares and taxis are available around the region when you arrive.


When is the best time to stay in a holiday rental in Inverloch?

Summer (December through February) is peak season in Inverloch, thanks to long, sunny days with maximum temperatures between 78 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Rain and humidity levels are low, and water temperatures are at their annual highs, though still brisk: around 63 degrees. Diving in is an invigorating experience over winter (June through August) and spring (September through November), when water temperatures can dip to 55 degrees, while daytime highs reach between 60 and 75. The rainy season peaks in the middle of fall (May) and spring (October). Coastal breezes can be cool, so come prepared with layers.


What are the top things to do in Inverloch?

Bunurong Coastal Drive

Part of the Penguins to Prom Touring Route — extending 130 miles between the penguin viewing experience on Phillip Island and Wilsons Promontory in the south — this nine-mile stretch of coast between Cape Paterson and Inverloch takes in rugged cliffs, rocky headlands, sandstone stacks, and sandy beaches, with ocean views from Bass Strait to the rolling hills of the Bass Coast. Continue four miles southwest to the Bunurong Marine and Coastal Park, known for its intertidal reefs, and be on the lookout for whales and fur seals.

Bunurong Environment Centre

A visit to the Bunurong Environment Centre is like turning back the clock to the Jurassic era. Tour the Inverloch Dinosaur Dreaming dig site, the most productive of its kind in the state, with a paleontologist, and learn about the dinosaur footprints and more than 15,000 bones that have been discovered in the fossil layer here.

Screw Creek Nature Walk

This family-friendly hike is a scenic way to discover the various ecosystems of the Gippsland coast. The trail takes you along boardwalks to marshland and mangroves (look out for mud crabs), with panoramic views of Anderson Inlet from the Townsend Bluff lookout. It’s a 40-minute loop from the Inverloch foreshore, and at low tide you can stroll along the sand for part of your journey.