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Rates shown in Australian Dollars (AU$) & are tax inclusive per room. Booking fees apply
|Check In Instructions||
Please advise 24 hours in advance of your approximate arrival time for check in instructions.
Turn into Otway Street (off Great Ocean Road/Mountjoy Parade) at Lorne Visitors Information Centre. Continue to the end roundabout.
Take the second exit on the left out of roundabout onto Allenvale Road. Continue 2km (road becomes gravel) and go over the bridge. Immediately after bridge on right is the main gate and sign to our office.
Off-street parking at each individual cottage for two cars. Rose and Riverbank have car ports.
|Things To Do||
In summer you can enjoy the patrolled main beach just five minutes away by swimming, surfing, boogie boarding,or just relaxing in the sun. Or try your luck fishing off the pier.
Explore and enjoy the tranquil bushland walking along the St. George River right from your door, or drive up to the Sheoak picnic ground (1? km) where there are a number of bush walks including Kalimna and Phantom falls, or just simply have a picnic or barbeque down by the river.
Enjoy a game of golf or tennis, or relax with a drink while enjoying the sensational view at the Lorne Country Club.
Stroll along the esplanade and explore the diverse array of shops, cafes and restaurants, and galleries.
Spend the day in car exploring either the Great Ocean Road with rugged coastline, Twelve Apostles, Port Campbell and other seaside villages. Or head off into the Otway Hinterland. Visit wineries, olive groves and galleries, Otway Fly Treetop Walk, and unique country towns in the area.
Observe an amazing array of wildlife in the 'wild'. Kangaroos, Koalas, Platypus, Parrots, and a vast variety of birdlife are frequent visitors at Allenvale.
Check the Tourist Information Centre in Mountjoy Parade for the latest information about what's happening around Lorne.
Organised activities include bird watching, surfing, night walks, spotlight tours, bushwalking, rock pooling and horse riding.