Reopening of caravan parks and temporary coastal reserves facility closures

Reopening of caravan parks and temporary coastal reserves facility closures

Reopening of our caravan parks

Following the announcement from the Premier on Sunday 24 May, our Torquay Foreshore, Anglesea Family and Lorne Foreshore Caravan Parks will reopen from Monday 1 June.

From 1 June – our self-contained cabins will be available for stays, and our Twelve Month Permit holders will be allowed back into our parks.

From 5 June (just in time for the long weekend!) – our camp sites will be available for all self-contained caravans and campervans.

Toilets and playgrounds will be open from Monday 1 June. However, all other communal facilities, including our camp kitchens and showers, will remain closed.

We will be notifying Twelve Month Permit holders separately to advise next steps.

We currently have reduced office hours of 9-11am and 3-5pm. If you call outside these hours please leave a message or email us at the following addresses and we will endeavour to get back to you as soon as we can:

We want to ensure all our guests that your health and safety is of paramount importance to GORCC. As a result, we are implementing increased cleaning and hygiene practices, along with social distancing practices (1.5m) and the ‘1 person per 4sqm’ indoor rule.

Thank you for your ongoing support. We can’t wait to welcome you back into the park!

For further information visit: 

Temporary coastal reserves facility closures

Following the latest government advice, and to help prevent the spread of coronavirus in our communities, we have closed access to a range of our public facilities until further notice.

Closures currently apply to the following GORCC-managed facilities from Torquay to Lorne:

  • all drinking fountains
  • all outdoor showers
  • all BBQ’s

Closures are also in place at:

  • Tip Road (The Esplanade) in Torquay
  • Memorial Arch car park
  • Teddy’s Lookout car park in Lorne
  • Shelly Beach car park in Lorne

We ask that everyone please do their part in protecting our communities – please abide by the closures and follow the government advice to stay home as much as possible.