Inverloch is 1.5-2hrs drive south of Melbourne, located on the south coast, between Phillip Island and Wilsons Promontory National Park, which are half an hour and one hour away respectively.
Inverloch provides fun for the whole family.
An eclectic array of nearby activities and locations includes swimming, surfing, fishing, cycling, boating, rugged coastline with pristine beaches to experience, walking trails and of course the readily accessible family-friendly patrolled beach just 100m away from the beach house.
Other attractions include the two golf courses and many local wineries in the area, the Environmental and Discovery Centre, the Philip Island chocolate factory and the rugged landscape of Wilson’s Promontory with its unique pristine beaches are only a short drive away. You’ll love everything Inverloch has to offer.
Experience Unforgettable Inverloch
At Whispering Seas Inverloch, your friendly hosts Phil and Jan, have a passion for providing you with a memorable stay at Inverloch. They came to Inverloch for a casual coffee, Phil was instantly captivated by the combination of both the pristine surfing beachfront and the tranquillity of the estuary environment associated with Anderson Inlet and its lush green landscape. The Inlet provides a safe environment for a wide variety of water sports including kite surfing, windsurfing, sailing, canoeing, jet skiing etc.
The village is a vibrant community hub with numerous coffee shops, restaurants, hotels, two large bakeries, many novelty gift shops, a camping store, large well-stocked supermarket, garage and marine service centre.
With its patrolled, family-friendly beach and an array of convenient local amenities, Phil knew it was the perfect place to go for a holiday and linger. Now they are opening their doors for you to experience all that this unique region has to offer, so you too can enjoy staying at Whispering Seas as much as they do, listening to the sound of surf day and night from inside the house. So relaxing! A sunset or sunrise stroll along the beach is only 100m away.