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Active adventure in Aireys

Walking

An abundance of walking and mountain bike trails criss-cross the region and bushy surrounds of the town. Experience jaw dropping views from the Surf Coast Walk. Take a walk from the Inlet to Spout Creek taking the time to stop at the Memorial Arch, or go off-road on one of the walking and bike trails.  

 

Surfing 

Catch a wave, whether you are a seasoned surfer or a newbie. Outstanding open beaches with good breaks and a 1.5m swell are available. The popular surfing spots are Fairhaven beach, The Spot and Spout Creek. Run outs on the Fairhaven beach to Spout Creek are always popular fishing spots for Salmon, Snapper and Gummy. Additional fishing spots are available along the Painkalac Creek.  

 

Horse Riding 

Saddle-up with Blazing Saddles. Experience horse riding on the beach or take in the beauty of the Great Otway National Park on horseback.  


Golfing
 

Tee off at Great Ocean Road Mini Golf. Boasting two amazing courses and 30 holes of mini golf innovation.  

 

Yoga 

Aireys Yoga studio provides a quiet, peaceful sanctuary to unwind and rejuvenate. Awaken on a summer morning and wander down to their yoga class held beside the Inlet. 

 

Activities & Sport 

Skate Park located beside the Painkalac Creek, off Inlet Crescent. Includes 1/4 pipe, flat bank, pyramid and spine ramp. There are also barbecues, toilets and a playground. 

Cycling is a great way to explore the Surf Coast, with world-famous coastal scenery and an ever-changing hinterland providing great opportunities for all levels of cyclists, from families to seasoned professionals. 

Tennis Courts are located next to the Hall, just off the Great Ocean Road. Check on the notice board for booking details. 

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