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Holiday cottages at Freshwater Creek, gateway to the Great Ocean Road
Freshwater Creek is a small town close to Victoria's Surf Coast. In addition to beautiful holiday cottages, it offers a range of activities for all ages and interests, including majestic drives and surfing.
Visit the Australian National Surfing Museum
Freshwater Creek is set by some of Australia's hottest surfing territory, and the best way to understand this culture is a visit to the Australian Surfing Museum. The museum's array of interactive displays, movies, and presentations showcase the region's beach culture and surfing history over the last hundred years. Make sure to check out the Australian Surfing Hall of Fame, which celebrates Australia's surfing greats. The museum makes for a wonderful day trip for the family, especially if you want to make the young ones curious about surfing.
Enjoy the nightlife at Torquay
While Freshwater Creek is a serene little village, nearby Torquay has a happening nightlife. Victoria Parade, by the marina, is famous for its selection of cafés, pubs, restaurants, and shops carrying world-famous brands. Wind up the day perfectly at a restaurant by the marina with a glass of local chardonnay. Also, don't forget to taste the fresh seafood, particularly oysters. If you want to continue the fun, there are ample pubs to explore as well.
Drive along the iconic Great Ocean Drive
Freshwater Creek opens up to what many would consider the most scenic coastal drive in the world, the Great Ocean Road. Starting at nearby Torquay, you can drive all the way to Cape Otway as you take in stunning panoramic indigo views of the Southern Ocean hurling against steep sandstone cliffs. The drive wouldn't be complete without a stop at the 12 Apostles, sandstone pillars formed by millennia of erosion. You can also hire scenic flights from Torquay to view the formations from above.
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