Inverloch is a seaside town on the Bass Coast only two hours from Melbourne, which has hosted an annual jazz festival since 1994.
The town is a picturesque seaside resort and fishing port on Anderson Inlet, a protected bay where the Tarwin River enters Bass Strait. The shallow estuary often has a stunning turquoise colour, and the town beach boasts an expanse of soft sand and is backed by low grassy dunes.
Inverloch's main foreshore reserve is The Glade. Strolling west from there you'll find sandy beaches with shady picnic areas on the foreshore. Further along is the Surf Life Saving Club and the Surf Beach. Walking east from The Glade you'll find safe swimming and boating areas, a dog beach, jetty, boat ramps and foreshore parks.
To reach Inverloch, take the Bass Highway but don't turn off for Phillip Island - continue to Wonthaggi, and then to Inverloch. Bus services also run from Melbourne, see ptv.vic.gov.au.
Three ATM machines are available in A'Beckett St, with another in William St. The supermarket also has an ATM.
Music Venues for the Festival
Eating Out in Inverloch
Accommodation in Inverloch