The SpaceWelcome to "Surf Coast Accommodation" - our beautiful open living space in Torquay. Here, you will enjoy ocean views from the outdoor deck whilst relaxing and enjoying a drink and bite to eat on our large outdoor setting with BBQ weber available for your use.
Upstairs also contains a fully self contained kitchen, a dining table big enough for all your guests and a comfy lounge suite ideal for relaxing after a day out exploring all Torquay and the Surf Coast has to offer.
Downstairs comfortably sleeps 8 people with 3 spacious bedrooms (2 Queens, 1 Bunk + 2 extra Trundle beds). Bed linen and bath towels are $15 per person (This cost is not included in the overall price as the size of groups always varies!). The master bedroom has an en-suite and WIR. There is a second main bathroom with bath plus a European laundry downstairs.
You don't need a car when staying at our beautiful home!! It is only 500m from the beach, shops and cafes and only 200m from the renowned Torquay Hotel pub. So you don't have to worry about trying to find a park during the peak times, enjoy walking everywhere :-) Guest AccessOnce booking confirmed, our guests will receive an access code to the key box. Simply arrive, use the code, and presto open the door! The home is yours to enjoy for your stay! Guests to leave the key in the key box on departure.
The garage is our storage space - so will be off limits! :) Interaction with GuestsOnce booking has been confirmed -- you will be given the code to our key box -- and simple -- You're in and this home is yours to enjoy for your stay! We will not always be present -- yet can arrange someone to be there quickly if required and am always available via phone or email. The NeighborhoodTorquay is a township in Victoria, Australia, which faces Bass Strait, 21 km south of Geelong and is the gateway to the Great Ocean Road.
Our house 'Surf Coast Accommodation', is located in "Old Torquay" which is known to be the most central position to all of Torquay's main shops, cafes and beaches (front beach and main surf beach). The position of our property in the Torquay neighbourhood is what makes our property so unique!!
Torquay has a rich gourmet food and coffee shop culture with its provision of delicious food and condiments, quality coffee, take home meals and exclusive gifts and hampers.
Experience a diverse array of things to see and do in the Great Ocean Road region from outdoor activities such as surfing, scuba diving and sea kayaking to arts, cultural and heritage attractions. Admire the stunning coastline on the Great Ocean Walk and enjoy fine dining, local winemakers and fresh produce along the way. Indulge in some relaxation therapy at an invigorating day spa or shop for local delicacies, surfing gear and collectibles. Join a tour group and see the famous 12 Apostles or take a self-guided drive along the spectacular Great Ocean Road.
The Torquay area is famous for its surf beaches, with Jan Juc and the world famous Bells Beach located on the town's south-west outskirts.
Many of the world's most famous surf companies have their home in Torquay, including Rip Curl and Quiksilver- all of which make up part of the Surf Coast Plaza, which provides shopping and eating, as well as the Surf World Museum.
The Great Ocean Road and surrounding area offers an amazing amount of attractions, scenic towns and National Parks to explore. To do the area justice you'd need to add another week besides your Great Ocean Walk so if you're on limited time then it's best to concentrate on just one or two areas to experience.
Go Surfing, Drive the Great Ocean Road, Shop till you Drop, Enjoy a coffee or two, the local food ... Simply relax, enjoy and soak up nature. Getting AroundTravelling by car from Melbourne is a 1.5 hour drive to Torquay.
The Great Ocean Road is a 2-hour drive from the heart of Melbourne with dual lane highway conditions for most of the journey and excellent signposting.
Travel via the Princes Highway over the West Gate Bridge to the bayside city of Geelong. From here you can explore the beautiful Bellarine Peninsula or take the Surf Coast Highway to the famous surf town of Torquay. For over 400 kilometres, from Torquay to Nelson on the South Australian border, the Great Ocean Road provides some of the most impressive coastal scenery in Australia.
Alternatively, take the inland route by following the Princes Highway from Geelong to Warrnambool past rich farmland and picturesque country towns.
Avalon Airport is conveniently located between Melbourne and Geelong and operates services by most airlines from most Australian cities. Sharp Airlines operates flights between Portland and Melbourne's Essendon airport daily.
Other transport options
V/Line runs frequent train services from Southern Cross Station in Melbourne to Geelong and Warrnambool. V/Line coach services operate from Geelong via the Great Ocean Road to Apollo Bay and Warrnambool, and from Warrnambool to Port Fairy and Portland. For detailed information on timetables and costs contact V/Line.
Ferry services operate between Queenscliff on the Bellarine Peninsula and Sorrento on the Mornington Peninsula. Other Things to NoteONE NIGHT STAY - if you are seeking 1 night stay please contact Hannah for the rate and availability. We would prefer a 2 night stay, however will allow a 1 night stay for an additional cost (MID WEEK ONLY).
*schoolies groups enquire for price and availability.