Point Grey

Point Grey

Point Grey is a popular precinct located to the south of the Lorne town centre and comprises of a mix of community, recreational and commercial activities, including the pier, restaurant, Aquatic Club, boat launching, fishing, barbeques and recreational areas. The precinct connects to the centre of Lorne by a walking track along the foreshore.

An integral part of the Lorne community, it is highly valued and used by locals, holiday makers and day visitors. The Point Grey Precinct also contains significant Indigenous (e.g. shell midden) and non-Indigenous (e.g. tram way track, fragment of old pier) cultural heritage values.

A picturesque location for a picnic, relaxation or a soothing stroll, Point Grey offers a little retreat from the main Lorne foreshore.

Environmental volunteer groups in the region

LorneCare was formed in 2000 to carry out the community actions outlined in the Catchment Management Plan for Erskine River and Stony Creek. The group has regular working bees and often helps the Friends of Queens Park, Lorne group with annual clean ups.

LorneCare works along the foreshore from North Lorne to the St George River and Queens Park. The team of dedicated volunteers also conduct an annual Lorne foreshore clean up on New Year’s Day.

LorneCare was responsible for unveiling Lorne’s hidden gem at Stony Creek, removing the overgrown blackberries and other weeds to create a popular wedding location. The group attracts a good mix of permanent residents and weekend homeowners and emphases the social element of volunteering.

Working bees | Third Sunday of each month at 10 am followed by a BBQ.

Location | listed in the Lorne Independent and on the post office community notice board.

Contact | Alain Purnell on 0417 031 905

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Read the latest volunteer stories from LorneCare on our blog.

Facilities and features

  • Public toilets; change facilities; amenities for people with a disability; parking for people with a disability; water fountains; dog bags; beach access boat ramp; picnic tables; walking tracks; dog friendly except on the pier; car parking; family friendly

     

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