Melaleuca Gallery has been a fine art venue for over 20 years. It is located at 121 Great Ocean Road, Anglesea, opposite the river, protected by the ancient Melaleuca trees, after which the gallery has been named. The gallery building was constructed after the first world war as a beach house, to a simple design that makes it ideal for displaying art. The building is in original condition with its character intact. The gallery was established by Sadrene Smith who saw the need for a Fine Art Gallery on the West Coast. The gallery offers a venue for artists from Victoria and interstate the opportunity to exhibit out of the metropolitan area.
This architecturally designed haven offers you a choice of single and dual treatment rooms, catering to men and women of all ages. Silk Spa & Beauty is open seven days a week and offer a wide range of professional services and products including pamper packages, spa therapy, facial therapy, body therapy, beauty therapy, massage, manicures and pedicures, skincare products and gift vouchers.
The Anglesea Golf Club is situated on the Great Ocean Road and is an undulating 6,074 metre Par 73 layout set in natural bushland. A feature of the course is the number of elevated greens that require plenty of thought when selecting your club. There are only 42 bunkers throughout the course which have been likened to sand-belt bunkers and coupled with eucalypt tree lined fairways combine to produce a stimulating round. Also there is the ever present resident population of Eastern Grey Kangaroos which number approximately 300. Anglesea Golf Club welcomes social golfers and social groups every day of the week, don't have golf equipment? The Pro Shop carries hire clubs, pull buggies and motorised carts. There are green fees with cheaper rates for group bookings, juniors and nine holes. If you are not interested in golf why not come along and have lunch or dinner in the Bistro over looking the 18th hole with ocean glimpses. The Bistro is open for lunch daily and dinner nightly. The kangaroos generally come down towards the Clubhouse of an evening so visitors having a drink on the balcony or dining in our bistro have the unique experience of seeing Australian Wildlife in a natural setting.
The Anglesea Surf Centre is situated in the heart of the Surfcoast, 10 minutes from the surf capital of Torquay and twenty minutes from the popular coastal get away Lorne. Located right on the Great Ocean Road, Anglesea Surf Centre is famous for their friendly and helpful service, huge range of new and second hand surf boards, wet suits and accessories. Very much a Traditional surf shop, as opposed to the 'boutique' style surf fashion stores. Anglesea surf centre's core business is surfboards, wetsuits and the essentials which you need to get in the water. Founder and owner Bruce Little has been living and surfing in the area since the early sixties. Bruce continually strives to maintain the attitude that work provides the opportunity to live the lifestyle, which is the reason the staff surf and live on the coast.
The Anglesea Art House is a venue for members to work. Weekly classes are held in watercolour, life drawing, oil, and acrylic medium. A pottery shed, with electric wheels, gas and electric kilns are also available. A printing machine is also available, with a weekly printing group working with etchings, collagraphs, lino cuts and the like. A weekly mosaic group also meets. Weekend workshops, in different mediums, are held when required. Members also display and sell their work from the Art House. A variety of craft is also displayed and sold, including jewellery, felting, mosaics postcards, aprons, dolls clothes, bags etc.
Do you live in Geelong, Lorne, Aireys Inlet, Torquay or the Surf Coast? Trailhead Bike Co. are not far away, and would love you to come in to see what they're about. Alternatively, this area is an adventure play ground for day trips and holidaying. Plan your visit, and don't forget to drop by, say hello, and ask for directions to the best trails. Trail Bike Co. aims to get you riding! Sometimes that just means the turn of a bolt and you're back on the trails. There are other exciting times when you need a service, new equipment or a new bike! They are here to help, and enjoy nothing more than a bike going out of the store running perfectly. Trailhead Bike Co. expert staff listen to your needs and suggest the most suitable bikes and equipment. We have a wide range of stock in our shop and can order in almost any other product for fast delivery and fitting.
The Point Addis Marine National Park features spectacular scenery with wide sandy beaches, crumbling limestone and sandstone cliffs, rocky platforms and copious small rocky reefs. The coastline is exposed to intense wave action from the southern ocean, a major contributor to the shaping of this rugged coastline. Visitors exploring the marine environment within this park may enjoy exploring the limestone reefs with abundant rockpools filled with marine life. The subtidal waters are recognised as supporting a wide range of fish and algae species as well as seals, dolphins, brilliantly coloured sponge gardens and extensive rhodolith beds. Offshore, and often difficult to access due to tides and swell, Ingoldsby Reef is a particularly popular destination for divers to explore and search for such creatures. Aboriginal Traditional Owners Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, Aboriginal people maintain their connection to their ancestral lands and waters. Indigenous tradition indicates that this park is part of the Country of the Wathaurong people and that Indigenous people have a long association with this region. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.
Beach Club is a Geelong based company and is owner operated. There are 16 stores around the Victorian coast, from Warrnambool to Sorrento. The newest additions, being Mornington and Barwon Heads. Stores are also situated in Brighton and Noosa (Queensland). Beach Club are proud to have built a customer base that enjoys quality, comfort and classic fashion. Beach Club is conscious of using natural fibres such as cotton and linens. Easy to wear and easy to care for garments. The look is relaxed but stylish. "Café style apparel". Beach Club is unique, as ranges are produced that are exclusive to them; and are proudly branded 'Beach Club'. These ranges vary from season to season but for winter includes cotton knitwear and a great selection of 'must have' items. Please go to the 'buy on line' selection on the website. Beach Club also carry specially selected products from labels such as JUMP - TOMMY HILFIGER - AERO - JAG - selected stores MESOP and many more, plus a wonderful selection of scarves and jewellery. The GIRL stores represent - ALL ABOUT EVE - JUST ADD SUGAR - BONDS and the fabulous LIVING DOLL. Have you seen the L.Bay menswear stores in Lorne, Noosa, and Queenscliff? Selected labels are also in Mornington Classics store? Beach Club carry labels that have appeal to all age groups. TOMMY HILFIGER - MOSSIMO - INDUSTRIE - JAG - COAST - BLAZER - FRESHJIVE - HENLEY to name a few.
Anglesea Fruitz is a fruit, vegetable and gourmet food store on Victoria's Great Ocean Road. They pride themselves on stocking organic and bio-dynamic produce from the Geelong region such as Anglesea organic garlic, Geelong tomatoes, local honey and Otway preserves and jams. Selling variety of breads including Zeally Bay Sourdough and incredibly tasty gluten free bread from The Healthy Loaf. There is also a wide range of deli meats and cheeses including Istra Smallgoods, Warrnambool Cheese and Butter and a variety of cheeses from Meredith Dairy