Photographs And Useful Information about Inverloch
How To Get To Inverloch – From Melbourne, you can take the South Gippsland Highway where you’ll drive towards Wilsons Promontory. Turn right at either Korumburra, Leongatha or Meeniyan and follow the signs to Inverloch. Another option is to take the Bass Highway through Grantville, Coronet Bay, Bass and Wonthaggi before you reach Inverloch.
About The Town
The Inverloch Township – The quite prestigious coastal town of Inverloch is a well known seaside resort and fishing port located on the Bass Highway, approximately 140 kilometres south east of Melbourne. The Real Estate values in Inverloch are continuing to climb slowly, especially as it is within easy commuting distance from Melbourne and the classy shops, pretty beaches, boating and fishing facilities, accommodation places, cafes and restaurants attract many tourists and day trippers from the city. Shops here include boat sales, real estate agents, Chinese Restaurants, bakeries, Art Gallery, Esplanade Hotel, fish and chip shops, several fine dining restaurants, a multitude of bed and breakfast and boutique accommodation places, library, fishing supplies, antiques, home wares, hardware, petrol stations, supermarkets, milk bars and more.
Entertainment And Local Scenery
Inverloch Jazz Festival – The famous Inverloch Jazz Festival is held in March and features Jazz bands and performing artists and other family activities.
Scenic Drives – Only 12 kilometres along a scenic coastal drive from Inverloch is the seaside community of Cape Patterson which passes through the Bunurong Coastal and Marine Park. There are various natural coastal attractions along this route such as Eagles Nest, Twin Reefs, Shack Bay, The Caves and Flat Rocks as well as the luxurious RACV Resort.
Inverloch Art Show and Art Gallery – The Art Show is held over the Easter long weekend each year. Find more details on the Inverloch Art Gallery & Show page.
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Photographs Of Inverloch
Pictures on this page include street scenes taken in Inverloch, shops, boat sales sign, restaurants, Inverloch jetty and boat ramp, park lands, eagles nest, seaweed and shells from the beach, people on the local sandy beach, the Art Gallery, Bunurong Marine and coastal park and many more. To access our complete picture gallery, just go to the Sitemap for a complete listing of images taken throughout the South Gippsland, Prom Country and Bass Coast regions of Victoria. The photos on our website are also free to use under a special license. Read more about that on the Contact page.