Torquay

Torquay is the gateway to The Great Ocean Road and is famous for Bells Beach and home to the leading surfing labels. Bells is regarded as one of Australia’s best surf beaches and in 1971 it was named the first surfing reserve in the world. Bells is about 8km west of Torquay’s town centre and is where the Rip Curl Pro is held every April. The relaxed surfie town has loads of cafes and restaurants and many styles of accommodation, something to suit everyone.

Nearby towns:
Anglesea | Barwon Heads


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Visitor Centre

Tel: 1300 614 219
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Attractions

Australian Skydive
Torquay Airport,
325 Blackgate Road
Tel: 1800 557 101

Big Stick Adventures
Tel: 03 5261 4379
Tel: 0401 748 090

Surf World Museum
Surf City Plaza, Beach Road
Tel: 03 5261 4606
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Tiger Moth World
Adventure Park

Torquay Airport,
325 Blackgate Road
Tel: 03 5261 5100

Pub

Torquay Hotel

Torquay Hotel
36 Bell Street
Tel: 03 5261 2001
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Golf

Torquay RACV Golf Club
1 Great Ocean Road
Tel: 03 5261 2005

Bowls

Torquay Bowls Club

Torquay Bowls Club
The Esplanade
Tel: 03 5261 2378

 

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Back Beach, Rocky Point
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Front Beach and Zeally Bay
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Surf Shops
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Back Beach