Once the best kept secrets of Victoria’s coast, Inverloch is now one of the most booked travel destinations in the state and has become a fast favourite for those looking to unwind by the seaside and revel in remarkable natural attractions.
Primely located on Anderson Inlet, a quick 90-minute drive separates Inverloch from Melbourne City, with the new Ingenia Holidays destination offering the perfect spot for a weekend getaway or as part of a great coastal road trip.
With both sites complete withoffering a range of accommodation options to suit couples, groups, and families for all budgets, guests can choose from luxury villas and eco tents, to cosy cabins and caravan and camping sites.
Beyond accommodation, the 8.4 hectare BIG4 Ingenia Holiday Inverloch parkpark is is packed with amenities that include heated swimming pool and splash park, playground, tennis court, BBQ facilities and games room to name a few.
Only a stone’s throw from the water, the adjacent Ingenia Holidays Inverloch Foreshore park offers beachfront camping, nestled in the dunes of Anderson Inlet – the ideal spot for those looking for a scenic camping or caravanning site.
Ingenia Holidays General Manager Tourism Matthew Young said that with so many Aussies embracing the ‘backyard holiday’, it’s the perfect time to get to know one of Victoria’s hidden gems.
“Our new Inverloch parks offers Ingenia Holidays Parks a really exciting introduction into Victoria. We know the state has so much to offer visitors, and this beautiful oceanside location really sets the bar for domestic tourism,” said Mr Young.
“With international travel not possible, Aussies have explored areas closer to home that they may not have considered, or even underestimated.
“Inverloch has long been known by locals for its natural beauty, and now we’re seeing new people travel to the area for the first time, and it’s clear it won’t be their last.
In addition to scenic walking and cycling trails, the calm inlet beaches offer ample surfing, fishing, diving, boating, and snorkelling locations, making Inverloch an increasingly popular seaside holiday destination.
“The Victorian climate is known for its temperamental nature, so when outdoor adventures are put on hold, it’s important for our Inverloch parks to offer ‘all weather activities’,” said Mr Young.
“We think a holiday at an Ingenia Holidays park in Inverloch will quickly find its way on to the bucket-list of many Victorians looking for a close-by classic Aussie getaway.”
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