Location & Attractions

Anglesea Recreation Camp is located on the Great Ocean Road, approximately 90 minutes southwest of Melbourne. Sitting snugly in coastal bushland, the camp is home to a variety of native wildlife, stunning beaches and breathtaking views.

Anglesea location

Anglesea Recreation Camp is close to local shops and amenities, making the camp a convenient base for exploring the area.

Breathe in the salty coastal air as you visit a number of nearby attractions, including:

  • The Great Ocean Road coastal road

  • Lorne

  • Torquay

  • Erskine Falls

  • Aireys Inlet

  • Split Point Lighthouse – home of the TV show “Round the Twist”

  • Great Otway National Park

  • Destination fishing spots

  • Anglesea Golf Course

  • Surfing lessons

Ready for adventure? Contact us today to book your next camp!

Address: 1535 Great Ocean Road, Anglesea

Community partners

ANGAIR (Anglesea, Aireys Inlet Society for the Protection of Flora and Fauna) is dedicated to protecting our indigenous flora and fauna and to maintaining the natural beauty of Anglesea and Aireys Inlet and their local environments. ANGAIR provides us with advice and support so we can educate visitors about the flora and fauna found at the camp and conserve it for future generations.

Go Ride a Wave is one of several surf schools in Anglesea. First established in 1987, this organisation shares the joys of surfing and other outdoor recreation activities with individuals of all ages. Go Ride a Wave also created the surf school industry standards and is a member of the Surfing Australia surf schools.