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The weather in Aireys Inlet
Check out the climate diagram for Aireys Inlet. In January maximum temperatures go higher than 26°. Conversely, July is the coolest month in Aireys Inlet, with temperatures going under 5°. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is February.
Discover the Great Ocean Road from an Aireys Inlet holiday house
Located approximately 125km south-west of Melbourne, Aireys Inlet is a pretty seaside town, almost completely surrounded by the Great Otway National Park. Whether you're seeking a small cosy cottage for a romantic weekend away or a larger holiday house for a group of family and friends, Aireys Inlet holiday rentals come in all shapes and sizes.
Seaside fun for children: Swimming, snorkelling and a historic lighthouse
The town beach at Aireys Inlet is one of the most picturesque in Victoria and will provide hours of fun for kids of all ages – swimming, snorkelling, exploring rockpools, as well as playing in the soft, clean sand. Nearby Painkalac Creek is a great spot for kayaking and canoeing. Split Point Lighthouse is another fabulous family destination, and guided tours take place every day of the week. Other enjoyable activities for youngsters at Aireys Inlet include horseback riding and stand up paddleboarding.
Aireys Inlet's best outings: Scenic roadtrips and walking trails
With its breathtakingly beautiful scenery, abundant wildlife, and assortment of family-friendly things to do, Aireys Inlet is an ideal holiday destination for visitors of all ages. Situated on the iconic Great Ocean Road, visitors will enjoy taking in the stunning views from its many lookouts and observing the native flora and fauna. Scenic trails that meander through the nearby Great Otway National Park include the Ironbark Gorge Circuit and Currawong Falls Track. A small koala population lives in the local forests, so watch out for these as you walk.
Regular events in Aireys Inlet: Local artisan markets and festivals
Taking place monthly, Aireys Inlet Markets are cute, quirky, and intimate focusing on vintage, homegrown, and handmade wares that have been grown or produced in the local area. Larger annual events held in the town include the Lighthouse Literacy Fest and Aireys Inlet Open Mic Music Festival.
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