A self contained studio apartment on the main street of Lorne,walk to beach, cafes, shops & supermarket.
Adjacent to the Erskine House Conference Centre.
Sleeps up to 2 adults (couple) 1 x Queen size bed only.
All linen and towels provided.
The apartment has a fully equipped kitchen including microwave, refrigerator, cook top oven, kettle, toaster,
cutlery, pots & pans etc.
Dining area with table and chairs.
Relax in lounge area with TV,DVD,VCR and Stereo.
Double doors open out from here to a small sundeck.
A washing machine and dryer is provided.
The apartment has heater and ceiling fan.
Private off street carport situated underneath apartment.
MINIMUM 2 Night Stay.
The Lorne Township
One of Victoria's best known, and most popular resort towns nestled between the magnificent Otway ranges and beach of Loutitit Bay. Lorne is one of the most popular destinations along the Great Ocean Road with day trippers from Melbourne and Geelong visiting on weekend drives and exploring the town. Lorne has a special char, with a cafe' culture, fascinating shops and beautiful beach, it's no wonder it is a popular holiday destinations.
The town has the best of both worlds; the beautiful forests of the Great Otway National Park and the dramatic scenery of the Great Ocean Road combined with all the creature comforts and fine food you would expect in a cosmopolitan seaside resort. Indulge all your senses with a peaceful escape that restores the balance back to life.
The towns unique charms were recognised early, with Lorne the first Victorian place to be declared an area of Special Significance and Natural Beauty-more than 100 years ago.
After World War I, the Great Ocean Road was carved out of the coastline. It was initially conceived as a memorial to those who had fought in the First World War and all road builders were ex-servicemen. The section as far as Lorne was opened in 1922, although the Great Ocean Road was not completed in its entirety until 1933. It greatly facilitated access to Lorne which had hitherto been approached from the interior. The first passenger service from Geelong to Lorne was established in 1924 and guesthouses began to appear in the 1930s. The fishing industry was also established on a small scale at Lorne in 1936 but it expanded considerably in the 1940s. The Ash Wednesday bushfires swept through the district in 1983, destroying 76 houses.
New Year's Eve is an activity-filled day of the calendar at Lorne. The Mountain to Surf Swim is held on the first Friday evening in January and several thousand swimmers participate in the Pier to Pub Swim on the following day. The Summer Fair falls on a Saturday late in January and the Great Otway Classic Foot Race is held on the Queen's Birthday weekend in June terminating at Lorne.
So what are you waiting for!! Take a scenic drive along The Great Ocean Road and visit Lorne.
- Clothes dryer
- Cooking Facilities
- DVD player
- Ironing Facilities
- Linen Supplied
- Washing Machine
Note: Pricing is subject to change, and a minimum stay period and other conditions may apply. You should confirm pricing with the property owner.
Prices listed based on 2 adults. Property has 1 beds and can sleep a maximum 2 people.
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