For those planning to explore the Great Ocean Road region with a group of friends or family, finding suitable group accommodation is a crucial part of the trip and can sometimes be quite daunting. Let us take the stress out of your planning with these group accommodation options to inspire your next trip.
King Parrot Cottages & Event Centre in Pennyroyal offers a peaceful and scenic setting, making it an excellent choice for group retreats, family reunions, or even an intimate wedding venue.
With multiple accommodation options such as cottages, lodge and hall, and also a campground there is something for your group no matter your travel style. Mannagum cottage is popular with family groups and can accommodate ten people, in three king-size bedrooms and one large bedroom with four single beds. The lodge can sleep seven people with additional beds available in the hall upon request.
Great Ocean Road Holidays provides a diverse range of rental accommodations, including spacious homes and apartments tailored for groups of all sizes with properties across sought-after locations like Torquay, Anglesea, Aireys Inlet, Lorne, Wye River, and Apollo Bay, ensuring that you find the perfect place to host your group during your Great Ocean Road adventure.
Imagine bonding with your group in a cozy retreat by the sea, creating lasting family memories in a spacious beachfront house, or enjoying the camaraderie of your co-workers in a well-appointed apartment.
Lady Bay Resort in Warrnambool is in a picturesque location overlooking Lady Bay and the Southern Ocean. Being in close proximity to the ocean provides stunning views and a relaxing coastal atmosphere.
Coastal luxury is in store at Lady Bay Resort in Warrnambool, where three-bedroom standard apartments redefine the art of indulgent living for up to six guests. Need extra space? There’s a cozy sofa bed for an additional guest, ensuring everyone finds their comfort zone.
Anglesea Family Caravan Park lives up to its name, embodying the essence of a true family paradise. With cabins and cottages from budget to deluxe that can accommodate up to 7 guests – you’re only problem will be deciding on an accommodation type. If camping is more your style then there is also ample green sites to set up your tent.
What’s more, some of the cabins are thoughtfully designed to be dog-friendly, welcoming your four-legged companions to be a part of the adventure.
If your group is heading to the western end of the region then be sure to check out Gardens Caravan Park in Port Fairy. Catering to family groups seeking comfortable and convenient accommodation is an array of cabins, which includes both standard and deluxe options, that are perfectly designed to accommodate groups of 5 to 6 people.
Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and immerse yourselves in the peaceful ambiance of the park.
Big4 Apollo Bay Pisces Holiday Park is a popular choice for groups within the Great Ocean Road region. With a variety of self-contained cabins, caravan sites, and beach tents Big4 Apollo Bay will be perfect for your family reunion, sporting club or social group.
Your group can also take advantage of the camp kitchen, entertainment shelter, and games room during your stay.
The Great Ocean Road is a remarkable journey that’s best experienced with the company of friends or family. So, gather your group, plan your trip, and set out on an unforgettable road trip along the Great Ocean Road!
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