Aireys Inlet Tourism & Travel Guide

Trips and Itineraries for Aireys Inlet

Standing tall was the iconic Split Point lighthouse at Aireys Inlet....

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Cruising through the 16-kilometre inlet, discover the famous ‘hole in the rock’ and the Cape Brett Lighthouse....

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Top Places To Visit in Aireys Inlet 6 Spots

45 Great Ocean Road, Aireys Inlet, Victoria 3231
Lot 1 Bimbadeen Drive, Aireys Inlet, Victoria 3231

Hotels and Homestays in Aireys Inlet   4 Hotels

Weekend Getaways from Aireys Inlet  

When the Europeans arrived in Australia, a land so far from their own, they brought pieces of their own country and replanted them here— perhaps to ease their life in a fairly harsh landscape. Especially since many of them came from the gentle English countryside with all its lacy comforts, and were flung into the deep end of the Southern Hemisphere. Australia was a wild land, teeming with snakes, crocodiles and an unforgiving sun that shone long and hard. So, it must come as no surprise that the European settlers sometimes strung along things that would make them feel at home—mostly their favourite tree saplings, horses and timber-made ‘kit houses.’

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