Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park
Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park
The Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park consists of a network of 5 separate caravan parks and camping grounds including Erskine River Park, Ocean Road Camping Ground, Kia Ora Park, Top Bank Camping Ground and Queens Park Camping Ground. Situated adjacent to the beach, the Lorne caravan parks offer a range of accommodation options for families, tourists and visitors.
Erskine River Caravan Park sits on the banks of the Erskine River. It’s ideal for the fishing enthusiast as it features three fishing platforms. There are 41 sites and 12 Erskine cabins. The park has an amenities block with showers, toilets, laundry, disabled facilities, camp kitchen, playground and BBQs. There is also access to free WiFi.
Kia Ora is home to our twelve month permit holders and boutique Riverview Cabins which are situated alongside the beautiful Erskine River. Kia Ora has extensive native planting and easy access to several scenic walking tracks. There are 108 sites, two amenities blocks (one recently refurbished) with showers and toilets, laundries, playground and BBQs.
A paid WiFi service is also available in Kia Ora.
(seasonal park) With its stately poplar trees offering shade and shelter. This seasonal caravan park is conveniently located on the Otways side of the Great Ocean Road. There are 102 sites, one amenities block with showers, toilets, new playground and BBQs. There are also two Studio Cabins located here and an option for paid WiFi access.
(seasonal park) Running along the Erskine River this park is located right on the beautiful Lorne foreshore with great access to all the beach has offer. Top Bank has 95 sites: of which 47 are powered sites, 8 are unpowered sites, and 40 are additional unpowered sites (only open at limited times). There are 2 amenities blocks with showers, toilets, laundry, playground and BBQs.
(Seasonal park) Queens Park is nestled into the bush covered hillside above the Lorne Pier offering extensive views of Lorne and its surrounds. Nearby is the stunning Queens Park Reserve featuring Teddy’s Lookout which provides panoramic views of the coast. The elevated platform is a great spot for whale and viewing the spectacular summer sunset and looks out over the St George River spilling out into the ocean. This seasonal caravan park offers peace and serenity tucked away in a more secluded location on Armytage Street (approximately 2km south of the centre of Lorne). There are 71 sites, 1 amenities block with showers, toilets and laundry, disabled toilet, baby change room, playground and undercover BBQs.
The park is managed by the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee, which is a not-for-profit organisation that manages 37km of public land and coastline from Torquay to Lorne. All money raised through its commercial operations, including the management of the caravan parks is reinvested back into the coastal environment, caravan parks and the community.
Visit the Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park website to book your next holiday today. Stay with us and you help contribute to the ongoing protection of the Great Ocean Road.
Meet the managers
The Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park offers campers the opportunity to meet with the caravan park managers and senior management of the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee every year. View the LFCP Meet the Manager Feedback 2017. Any questions or suggestions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.