Torquay Foreshore Caravan Park

VIC
Torquay
Dogs Allowed
Torquay Foreshore Caravan Park is located in one of Victoria’s premier surf destinations has nature and surf culture in abundance. The area is rich in adventure sports, natural beauty and food and wine experiences. Learn to surf, mountain bike, take a Tiger Moth flight, drive along the Great Ocean Road to the 12 Apostles, or simply stroll along the white sands. You can sample fresh local produce, visit cool climate wineries and microbreweries. Torquay Foreshore Caravan Park has a range of immaculate accommodation options including glamping pods, cabins and caravan and camping sites – including some dog-friendly sites (seasonal). It has BBQs and amenities, playground, jumping pillow and fishing platforms, and the beach! They will even hire e-bikes.

Park features

Bouncing Pillow
Bouncing Pillow
Playground
Playground
BBQ
BBQ
Beach Access
Beach Access
Dump Point
Dump Point
Laundry
Laundry
Kiosk/Store
Kiosk/Store
Mini Golf
Mini Golf
Tennis Court
Tennis Court
Accessible
Accessible
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Park Features
Bouncing Pillow
Bouncing Pillow;
Playground
Playground;
BBQ
BBQ;
Beach Access
Beach Access;
Dump Point
Dump Point;
Laundry
Laundry;
Kiosk/Store
Kiosk/Store;
Mini Golf
Mini Golf;
Tennis Court
Tennis Court;
Accessible
Accessible;
Current Deals
Park Info
The park is at the gateway to the Great Ocean Road, immersed in majestic natural beauty and it’s the ideal spot for a weekend away or an overnight camp, just 80 minutes from Melbourne. Experienced surfers can ride the waves the pros ride at Bells Beach or Jan Juc. Or if discretion is the better part of valour, you might just want to watch the professionals at the Rip Curl Pro on the World Championship Circuit over Easter or  peruse the gear at the Surf City Plaza or at the Baines Court Surf Seconds.
 
You can learn to surf at a number of surf schools or immerse yourself in surf culture at the Surf World Surfing Museum. Even if surfing is not your thing, there’s plenty of action with mountain biking, Tiger Moth rides, tours of the 12 Apostles or snorkelling around the Point Danger Marine Sanctuary. You might rather a stroll along sandy beaches or beneath tower cliffs and take in views along the Surf Coast Walk – even if you don’t want to sign up for the whole 40km event.
 
The region is rich in food and wine offerings with cafes studded along the coast, as well as cool climate wineries and microbreweries. It’s a foody heaven with fresh local products, including truffles, breads, cheeses and ice cream.
 
Torquay Foreshore Caravan Park is the ideal vantage point from which to take in all Torquay has to offer, from food and wine to beautiful beaches. The park is immaculate with BBQs, open space, playground, jumping pillow, and fishing platforms and, of course, the beach is right at your doorstep.
 
Accommodation includes more than 300 camping sites for caravans, mobile homes, vans and tents, including some dog friendly sites (although some date restrictions apply). All have power and water and access to the amenities.  There are glamping pods with toaster, kettle, mini bar, crockery/cutlery, heating, linen, communal bathrooms and BBQ area. Or you can find Seaview Cabins that sleep up to five people with kitchen, bathroom, linen, lounge and dining as well as garden view Seaside Cabins that sleep up to six people.
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