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2018 Date TBC Anglesea – Vic

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Accommodation & Activities

 

 

 Anglesea Beachfront Caravan Park

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The Anglesea Beachfront Family Caravan Park will be willing to offer all of our entrants a free late checkout until 6pm on sites (11am for cabins depending on availability, but will be able to stay on site) Perfect to get sorted post race or even to spent the next day enjoying the surrounds without needing to rush off

And a free spa token to their spa facility. (JUST MENTION YOU ARE ADVENTURETHONERS)

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http://www.angleseabeachfront.com.au/

It’s the perfect destination for families and travellers who enjoy the natural beauty of the bush and beach all year round. You can even bring your dog!

Justin the Manager is a keen mountain biker and part of the MTB Course cuts through the property so there is potential to have family stationed there during the event to Cheer you on.

Check out the list of THINGS TO DO WHILE IN ANGLESEA listed on the Anglesea Beachfront family Caravan Park Website HERE.

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 Things to do while in Anglesea

SCT_black&white_horizontal_IDSafe beaches and an abundance of wild flowers and animals make Anglesea the perfect place for a natural gateway. Enjoy the natural beauty and stunning coastal views of where the bush meets the sea.”

www.visitanglesea.org

 

 

GoRideaWave – Go Ride A Wave is Australia’s favorite surf school. Offering 2 hour surfing lessons every day and from their shop you can arrange hire of surf equipment including surf boards, wetsuits, kayaks, bodyboards.

Now is the time to learn how to surf !

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Address: 143b Great Ocean Road, Anglesea, Victoria 3230
Phone Number: +61 (0) 3 5263 2111
http://gorideawave.com.au/
 Great Ocean Road – Anglesea is the official start of the Great Ocean Road which runs for 320 km west along the coast offering some of the most beautiful coastline anywhere in Australia.
great-ocean-road-aerial-tvic Most of the major attractions – the Twelve Apostles, London Bridge, Tree Top walk etc… are at the western end but beyond Anglesea there are some particularly lovely vistas across the southern ocean from the road. Check out the website HERE.
Surf Coast Walk- The Surf Coast Walk offers natural beauty and easy access, the 44km walk between Torquay and Fairhaven lets you relax and enjoy a world-class walking destination at your own pace. Explore inspiring landscapes on foot or bike beyond the edge of Victoria’s beautiful Great Ocean Road. Download a map here     http://www.surfcoastwalk.com.au/
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Anglesea Heathland Cliff Walk – To the north of the Anglesea River  is a pleasant coastal walk which starts at Purnell Street (just east of the  Bowling Club). It passes through coastal forests and along the cliffs. There is  a map available at the Tourist Information Office. The walk takes between 45  minutes and an hour.
OtwayTreetop Walk and Zip Line – A unique, enriching world class 600 metre tree-top walk that takes visitors of all ages and mobility on an amazing journey – 25 metres above the ground, or dare to climb the spiral stairs to the top of the 47 metre lookout tower – up into the canopy of an ancient old growth forest deep in the heart of the Otways.  Back on the forest floor you can reflect, relax and refuel in the warmth of the Visitor Centre Cafe. This is pleasant drive from our park along the Great Ocean Road near Lavers Hill. Check out the website HERE.
http://www.otwayfly.com/activities-and-tickets/
Drive a Lamborghini super car – How about you drive a super car Lamborghini? This amazing experience starts here in Anglesea, goes to Lorne and then returns to Anglesea. The owner will stay in the passenger seat, and you get to drive the car for a 30-60 minute drive experience along the great ocean road. Check out more info HERE
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