More than half of the properties (58.06%) in Inverloch are house rentals. They are the most frequent properties there. In addition, house rentals there have a median price $302 a night as well as an average size of 93 m². Moreover, these properties are ideal if you're going in a group of 8, as that's the average number of holidaymakers that house rentals can welcome in Inverloch. If you'd also like to consider other types of accommodation in Inverloch. Apartment rentals are, for example, another common accommodation type in Inverloch with 34 properties to compare. These properties cost $276 a night, on average, and have an average size of 207 m².
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Select a filter to find a letting meeting your requirements among all of the rentals in Inverloch. You are likely to compare and find a property meeting your needs in Inverloch if you never miss an episode of your favourite show or you dislike handwashing dishes, as a lot of the lettings include TVs or dishwashers. It is also possible to look for a holiday letting if you want a rental with a jacuzzi, as 13 of the lettings there include jacuzzis.
Relax on the Victoria coast with holiday accommodation in Inverloch
Inverloch is home to a superb range of holiday accommodation , from waterfront homes to countryside cottages. And whether you want to dive right into the action or take it a little slower, Inverloch has something that will make your holiday one to remember.
Getting to Your Inverloch Accommodation
The closest transport hub to Inverloch is Melbourne. You can get a flight, bus, or train to Melbourne from most major cities in Australia. Tullamarine Airport in Melbourne is the closest airport to Inverloch that offers commercial flights. Once you are in Melbourne, you will need to drive or take a train and bus to your accommodation in Inverloch.
The drive from Melbourne to Inverloch takes around two hours along the M1 and the total distance is about 150km. This scenic drive along the coastline will take you through a number of towns, such as Lang Lang and Grantville, which offer superb views of French Island. Via public transport, you can take a train to Dandenong and a bus from there to Inverloch. The total journey time is around four hours. Once you are in Inverloch, you can take a taxi to your holiday rental.
Where to eat on your holiday in Inverloch
With all the adventure you'll be in for, you'll need some solid meals to help keep the motor running all day. Luckily, Inverloch has plenty of lovely eateries that serve great food, have a welcoming atmosphere and are budget friendly - a recipe for satisfaction.
If you have a sweet tooth, you'll be well catered to. The seaside town is home to the excellent Gusto Gelateria and Pastry. Make sure you head down after a meal to enjoy an instagrammable home-made sweet treat, ice-cream or Italian dessert. If it happens to be someone's birthday while you're away, they'll happily make a delicious customised birthday cake.
Beach Box Cafe is a great choice if you fancy a hearty and filling breakfast to set you up for the day. Situated right in the centre of Inverloch, it is an ideal place for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu incorporates local produce and the staff will make you feel at home.
Over at Tomo Japanese, the meals are light and fresh with a good number of choices, including sashimi tuna and teriyaki duck. The ambience is elegant but unpretentious, while they also have a convenient takeaway option.
From dirty wine to art that's making waves
Art lovers mustn't miss the chance to see a respected local artist at work over at the Annette Spinks Art Studio. Inspired by the ocean and working on large scale canvas, Annette's paintings are a wonderful celebration of the region's natural beauty. Purchase artworks directly from Annette, or take the chance to talk to her about her unique and vivid creations.
Dirty Three Wines, meanwhile, gives you the opportunity to enjoy a day of wine-tasting and to learn about how the wine is produced. Located in the centre of Inverloch, you can complement the wine with a choice of cheeses. Specialising in Pinot Noir, their name comes from the three types of soil they grow the grapes in.
Family holidays in Inverloch
A true family getaway destination, Inverloch has great attractions that are bound to bring a smile to the kids' faces. Even if the weather has an off-day, there’s always something to see or a place to take them, no matter their age.
Dinosaur Dreaming is an eye-opening adventure that takes in coastal caves rich in fossils. Discovered in 1997, the area is the site of an annual fossil dig. With a guided tour and relatively low prices, it's a sure-fire hit with the whole family.
The Shell Museum is ideal for before or after a visit to Dinosaur Dreaming. This interactive museum lets children discover thousands of different varieties of shells whilst learning. Exhibits include shell art displays and a mineral and crystal display.
Spend a day with a tour guide to really get to grips with the outdoors as part of an Inverloch Guided Tour. Great for young and old alike, you can take your pick from various tours including the Wildlife Explorer Deluxe. Food is also provided.
Ever wanted to try surfing or kayaking? Or have your children ever nagged you for lessons? The Offshore Surf School provides a fantastic opportunity to give it a go. Situated right in the centre of the town, they have friendly and experienced instructors who will give you all the training you need to be safe while having fun on the water.
Outdoor holiday activities in Inverloch
With so much to discover in and around Inverloch, you'll be eager to pack a rucksack and get exploring. There are many beautiful coastal walks through to natural geological wonders just a few miles away, while you can also take part in kayaking and swimming.
The Eagle’s Nest lies 8 kilometres away from Inverloch itself and can be easily reached by car or on foot. It is a sandstone rock formation that is an impressive sight in any season. You'll also find lots of signs with fascinating facts, as well as a nearby beach for chilling out on.
Screw Creek Nature Walk also presents another opportunity to get stuck into nature while taking in some amazing wildlife too. The walk meanders around mangroves and salt marshes and lasts about 40 minutes. For unbeatable coastal views, head to The Anderson Inlet.
Located just 9 kilometres away, Bunurong Marine National Park has 5 kilometres of stunning coastline, and features many types of terrain including rugged cliffs, sandstone and dunes. Wildlife is in abundance here too - you may even get to see seals and humpback whales if you are lucky.
Markets and Events to Check Out in Inverloch
The Inverloch Rotary Market is held on holiday weekends and other special occasions throughout the year. Here you can buy plants, home-made goods, arts and crafts, and taste delicious barbecue from the Rotarians. A portion of all the profits from the day goes to local charities.
The Inverloch Farmers Market is held on the third Sunday of every month from 8:00am to 1:00pm. There are over 50 stalls offering fresh local produce. Some of the items available include wine, farm fresh eggs, olive oil, honey, jam, and fresh vegetables.
The Inverloch Jazz Festival is held over the Labour Day long weekend each year and features over 80 bands, a street parade, a picnic, and market featuring local produce. In December, look out for the Sounds of Summer Festival, which features musicians from all over the country. This family-friendly festival includes children's activities, street food, and live musical performances on multiple stages.
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