Anglesea offers a swag of wildlife encounters of the furry, feathery and fin-flapping kind. Keep your eyes peeled, your ears open and your camera handy!
From surf fishing to dropping in a line from one of the platforms on the Anglesea Riverbank, Anglesea is a great place to reel in a fishy catch!
Head to the golf course to glimpse the resident kangaroos. Hop on a guided Roo Tour to get a little closer...
At low tide, the rockpools along the coast near Anglesea are a feast of fun to explore. Always know what you’re touching, and never take anything away.
Whales migrate along the South Western Victorian coastline between May and September. Keep your eyes peeled and sign up to the Great Ocean Road Whale Mail to log sightings and receive alerts when whales are spotted along the coast
For amazing 270 degree views over Anglesea, the river, Point Roadknight to Aireys Inlet, Loveridge Lookout is the lofty place to be.
Giddy up! Try a horseriding tour through the Great Otway National Park.
If you have your own horse, Parks Victoria staff can help you plan your riding visit and advise on any permit requirements for riding in the Great Otway National Park. Many open formed roads and tracks provide ideal trails that do not require a permit
Don’t forget to look up! More than 100 species of native birds thrive here including Crimson Rosellas, Bronzewing pigeons and a variety of Honeyeaters. Watch for a majestic King Parrot swooping through the forest valley. After dark, keep your eyes and ears open for possums and gliders.