Great Ocean Road: Two- or Three-Night Room or Apartment Stay for Two or Four People at Beachfront Resort Torquay
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The Hotel: Beachfront Resort Torquay

Beachfront Resort Torquay is located at the doorway to the Great Ocean Road, just one hour’s drive out of Melbourne and 15 minutes from Geelong, offering a relaxed, coastal lifestyle for couples and families taking a break from metropolitan life. Cool off in the resort’s indoor and outdoor pools or cross the road and enjoy the pristine waters of Fishermans Beach. 

Couples can choose a snug Hotel Room, with separate bathroom, and tea and coffee making facilities. For a little more room, couples can opt for an Apartment instead, decked out with a kitchenette and laundry. Groups of four have plenty of room to move in a Two-Bedroom Apartment. 

Room Details

Standard Room

  • Bed size/type: Double bed
  • Standard occupancy: Two people

One-Bedroom Apartment

  • Bed size/type: Queen bed
  • Standard occupancy: Two people

Two-Bedroom Apartment

  • Bed size/type: Two queen beds
  • Standard occupancy: Four people

The Area: Torquay, VIC

Famous for its spectacular surf breaks and picturesque shores with wide grassy knolls and large shady trees, beachfront Torquay is a much-loved gem along the majestic Great Ocean Road. Famed as Victoria’s surfing capital, the resort town captures the spirit of Aussie surf culture, but also surprises and delights visitors with its buzzing atmosphere, stunning coastal walks and quaint township with shops, cafés and restaurants. 

Torquay is just a two-hour drive from the heart of Melbourne, with dual-lane highways which are clearly signposted. Avalon Airport is close by and operates services from most Australian cities, and there is a V/Line train service also operating. Although the population is at its largest during summer, the bustling tourist centre is a hive of activity all year round

Soak up true blue Aussie surf culture and catch some waves at Bells Beach, famed as the home of the Rip Curl Pro, or head across the road to Whites Beach and take in the spectacular views along the Surf Coast Walk. Head down to Torquay’s bustling centre and visit the many cafés and restaurants, or head to the Torquay Central shopping centre, a shopaholic’s dream. Indulge inner-romantics with a windswept horse ride along the beach or through the bush, which can be arranged at reception, or visit the famous Surfworld Museum for a dose of surf history.