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If Lorne only features on your radar for the annual Falls Festival, you’re missing out big time. This quaint seaside Victorian town is a total feast of good-looking nature and good-looking locals. Ahh, we’ve got your attention now, have we? Good…

If you’ve got a car, the Great Ocean Road is a real treat. A simple drive along this strip will give you magnificent views of the ocean, craggy cliffs and yellow sands. If you want close-ups of Lorne’s beauty, visit crashing Erskine Falls and the surrounding woodland, as well as Point Grey, one of the region’s most famous patches of sand and sea.

While tens of thousands of people make their pilgrimage to the legendary Falls music festival each New Year’s, the rest of the year sees this picturesque village receive its fair share of non-spaced tourists, too.


10. Erskine River For a quiet place to soak up the sun and munch on a good sanga, this is it.

5. Teddy’s Lookout A cutely named vantage point with one of the best views in town.

9. Lorne Country Club Act rich and posh so you can play a round of golf with Lorne’s snooty elite.

4. Lorne Surf Club This Lorne icon is great for a good Aussie feed and a bunch of friendly, chatty locals.

8. Qdos This unique art space hosts concerts, exhibitions, classes and discussions. You can even stay for a night or two!

3. Mountjoy Parade Lorne’s main strip is packed with hip cafés and funky boutiques. Have a quick bite before you hit the shops!

7. Wye River A nearby coastal town that has stacks of pretty attractions and perfect picnic spots.

2. Lorne Pier Perfect for fishing and even better for a romantic sunset smooch!

6. Great Otway National Park Ideal for a challenging bushwalk, bird-watching or a few days of camping under the stars.

1. Bells Beach Enjoy warm, sunny days on the sands of this bustling beach famous for hosting the world’s biggest surf comps.


Join thousands of swimmers under the hot January sun for the Lorne Pier to Pub event. One of the world’s largest organised swimming events, the 1.2km course doesn’t present too big a challenge if you fancy giving it a go.

November’s Lorne Sculpture Exhibition is a great day for arty-farty types, lovers of strange things – and pretty much everyone.

The Anaconda Adventure Race is a hard core event for peeps who like to get active during December.

If you haven’t heard of the Falls Festival, you’d better come out from underneath that rock. This December-to-January music fest is one of the best events on the Aussie calendar!


  • Like the rest of Victoria, Lorne’s summers are pleasantly warm, with average temps of around 26°C (79°F).
  • Winters are mild affair, with temperatures rarely dipping below 10°C (50°F).
  • July and August are the rainiest months.


  • Driving to Lorne is best, as the town’s public transport isn’t too fab.
  • McHarry’s Buses are the way to go if you don’t have a car. They’ll take you to many of the major tourist spots.
  • If you want to explore the country areas around Lorne, jump on a V-Line bus.

Hotels in Lorne

4 hotels in Lorne, AU

1 Mantra Lorne

4 stars
4.1 / 5 34 reviews

Mountjoy Parade Map

Mantra Lorne Resort offers the only beachfront accommodation in Lorne, along the scenic Great Ocean Road of Australia. Built around an old guesthouse within 12-acre landscaped greenery, the... More

2 Lorne Coachman Inn

3 stars
Not yet reviewed

1 Deans Marsh Road Map

The Lorne Coachman Inn offers comfortable accommodation in Lorne on the iconic Great Ocean Road in the Otway National Park. We are ideally located just 500 metres from the centre of town and 200... More

3 Comfort Inn Lorne Bay View

3 stars
4.7 / 5 6 reviews

3 Bay Street Map

Featuring pleasant ambience and high standards of comfort, this hotel welcomes you for an unforgettable holiday in Lorne. GeneralFor your business needs, the hotel offers a well-equipped meeting... More

4 Anglesea Beachfront Family Caravan Park

4 stars
4.0 / 5 1 reviews

35 Cameron Road Map

Anglesea Beachfront Family Caravan Park Hotel provides quality accommodation and professional services for business and leisure travellers. Cockington Gardens, Kents Cavern, Torquay Museum and... More