Anglesea is a town located on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria. It lies 113km south west from Melbourne. Anglesea is a well known and popular destination for surfers, especially at the beach from Soapy Rock to Coogorah Reserve.
The town is an attractive seaside resort and stretches for around 5km. Here you will find good local food at any of the restaurants along the beach.
Point Roadknight protects the beach from the southern ocean and offers a good point for swimming.
Coogarah Reserve offers a great place for a barbecue and is an interesting mix of bush islands. Coogarah is the Aboriginal word for swampy reed creek.
Anglesea Heathland Cliff Walk starts at Purnell Street and is a beautiful walk along the cliffs through coastal forests.
Point Addis is a very popular place for hang-gliding and the Ironbank Basin is a nature reserve that is full of birdlife.