Torquay Accommodation

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Growlers: - One of the Surf Coasts favourite dining and drinking beachfront bungalows for years. Servicing both locals and tourists alike, offering breakfast, lunch and dinner. Located on the famous strip of The Esplanade with a view that money just can’t buy.  Growlers boast a beautiful red gum bar, old surfing photographs and let’s not forget the sandy beach in our front beer garden courtyard, fantastic for the kids to play in the play area with chalkboard.

Senors: – Located on the Esplanade overlooking Main Beach. Grab a cocktail with ocean views and amazing Mexican dishes! The place to be on a warm summer’s night.

Swell:  - Located in the heart of Jan Juc is Swell. Delicious food and coffee with a laid-back atmosphere. Try the big swell breakfast if you are hungry. It's huge!! You can also pick up some cool local products as well.


Fishos Torquay:- Easily offering some of the best fish and chips along the coast. When the sun is out, it’s the perfect spot to sit outside with family or friends and enjoy some local seafood. You can’t go past the fish tacos!


need coffee? then try:

Bomboras Torquay: - The perfect spot to grab your early morning coffee. Open from 6 am 7 days a week and centrally located on the Esplanade. Whether you grab it to go, or stay and enjoy a delicious breakfast with, the coffee is fantastic.

MIKRO: - The meaning “Mikro” (mikros) in Greek means small which best describes their small batch roasting approach to focus on what matters most, quality, flavour, and consistency of the coffee and consumer experience. If you take your coffee seriously, then Mikro is a must. Stop, relax and learn about coffee from these guys who know their beans and what’s going on in the coffee world.


Ocean Grind Store   - Ocean Grind is all about fresh, quality coffee. It’s about appreciating the coast and the natural environment. It's about the allure of the ocean and the grinding waves it produces. One of the best places to get coffee in Torquay. Located within the industrial park in an open warehouse, but don’t let that stop you. Great music with good vibes to get your daily caffeine fix.


Coles Torquay: 41 Bristol Rd, Torquay

Aldi Torquay: 14-18 Winki Way, Torquay

Woolies Torquay: Bristol Rd & Walker St Torquay.

Bunnings Warehouse Torquay: 1 Beacon Blvd, Torquay

Caltex Woolworths: 72-76 Surf Coast Hwy Torquay (Open 24hrs)


Totquay Farmers Market – EVERY SATURDAY MORNING 8.30am – 1pm. 1 Merrijig Drive Torquay.

Fall in love with local food at the Torquay Farmers’ Market every Saturday all year round.

Stallholder specialties include local and regional bread, cheese, organics, eggs, vegies, berries, jam, honey and much, much more. This is a genuine European style farmers’ market with no bells and whistles, just great fresh food and produce from around the surf coast.

Bells 81 exhibition. (17 April – 30 November) 77 Beach Rd, Torquay

Bells Beach represents a unique challenge for surfers, to win there you have to defeat the best surfers in the world and confront the physically testing power of the Southern Ocean. To win Bells once is a dream for most, only surfing’s greats have won it, many world champions have only won it once. Sydney surfer Simon Anderson won Bells in 1977, then again in 1981, in the process he ushered in the pro surfing’s modern era riding revolutionary equipment. This exhibition celebrates Simon’s wins at Bells.

Daily tastings at great ocean road chocolaterie

Join a daily hosted tasting session where the knowledgeable team at Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie guide you through a selection of 12 crafted chocolates. Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie will share tips on how chocolate is made, where the ingredients are sourced and artisan techniques that the European Chocolatiers use to create each sweet treat. Sessions take place at 10 am, 12 pm, 2 pm and 4 pm each day, subject to availability.