Photos And Useful Information About Loch Village
How To Get To Loch – From Melbourne, take the South Gippsland Highway where you’ll drive towards Wilsons Promontory. Follow the signs to Loch which is only a short distance from the highway. From the Foster end of the South Gippsland Highway you will drive through Meeniyan, Leongatha, Korumburra and Bena before you reach Loch.
About The Town
The Loch Township – The delightful country town of Loch lies amongst lush, rolling hills and farmland just off the South Gippsland Highway in Victoria. What once was a busy highway through the center of town is now a very beautiful, garden-lined street that has thrived since the town by-pass was completed in 2008. The Real Estate values in Loch are climbing, especially as it is within easy commuting distance from Melbourne and the classy Antique shops, cafes and restaurants attract many tourists and day trippers from the city.
Shops And Facilities At Loch
Shops And Eateries – The Gilded Lily Restaurant And Bar, The Hard Loch Café with Prom Country Tourist Information inside, several Antiques, Collectibles and Souvenir stores including Carrington’s and Victoria Manor. The Royal Hotel provides Bed and Breakfast, a bottle shop and meals. You will also find a Newsagency and General Store, Wish Art Design Studio, Opportunity Shop, Used Tools and Machinery for sale.
Accommodation in Loch – There are various accommodation options in Loch, South Gippsland. Some of the popular choices include: The Gables of Loch: A boutique accommodation featuring luxurious suites with spa baths and private balconies. The Old Bank: A historic building converted into a stylish bed and breakfast with four guest rooms. Loch Brewery & Distillery Accommodation: Located above a microbrewery and distillery, this accommodation offers a unique experience for beer and spirit enthusiasts. Waverley House Cottages: A charming set of self-contained cottages set in a peaceful garden setting. Opal Motel: A budget-friendly motel located in the centre of Loch, offering clean and comfortable rooms. These are just a few examples of the many accommodation options available in Loch, South Gippsland. Depending on your preferences and budget, you may find other options that suit your needs as well. To find the full up-to-the-moment list, use our convenient Search Page.
Other Facilities in Loch – Petrol Station, Post Office, Suspension Bridge, Skate Ramp, Churches, Recreation Reserve with a large playground, barbecues, tennis and netball clubs, public toilets, showers and overnight camping facilities.
The South Gippsland Tourist Railway
When passenger trains stopped operating after Cranbourne station in 1993, the station at Loch was restored by the volunteers of the South Gippsland Railway and a tiny building was taken from Welshpool station. The special tourist train now runs between Nyora, Loch, Korumburra and Leongatha on Sundays and Public Holidays (except Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day). It also runs the third Saturday of each month and on other days as advertised. For more information or timetables, phone (03) 5658 1111 or visit the South Gippsland Tourist Railway, or use our convenient Search Page.
Photographs Of Loch
Pictures on this page include historical markers, town sign posts, parks and playgrounds, farmland, the suspension bridge, railway station, Country Fire Authority building, The Royal Hotel, the bottle shop, the Hard Loch Café, Carriages, Antique Store, various antiques and paintings, Post Office, News Agency and General Store, street scenes, 125th Anniversary sign, information about the Giant Gippsland Earth Worm, and much more. See our picture gallery for a complete listing of images taken throughout the South Gippsland, Prom Country and Bass Coast regions of Victoria.