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Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park

2 Great Ocean Road, Lorne, Victoria 3232 Australia
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#20 of 26 Speciality lodging in Lorne
The Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park has five fantastic camp grounds on the Great Ocean Road in Lorne with beachfront and riverside locations. Our brand new river view cabins offer self contained boutique accommodation. We also offer affordable camping and onsite cabin accommodation, all in picturesque natural leafy settings and located only a short stroll to Lorne's pristine beach, local shops, restaurants and cafes.
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John K wrote a review Aug 2021
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After the snap lockdown, me and a couple of mates wanted to get out of the house and go on a trip for 1 night to Lorne. We get to the reception and we are immediately stared at by the receptionist. When we go grab our key for the cabin that we have already prepaid for. They begin to ask up questions about where did we come from why we are here and how we had to get separate cabins because we couldn't prove that we live in a shared house. Keep in mind it was around 5pm and we we're looking for other accommodation but we had no luck until it was around 6pm where we just start going and knocking on door of other motels, hotels, and caravan parks. Eventually we do find a place to stay but the inconvenience that these 2 ladies at the desk caused was infuriating. Not only were they asking us questions about who we are and where we live but they were consistently interrupting me and my mates as we tried to find a solution which the more mature thing to do in this situation I think. To top it off they said that it was our problem that we apparently didn't know the covid guidelines, but when we booked the cabin for the 4 of us, it did not emphasize the rules that were apparent at the current time.
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Date of stay: July 2021
Response from Great Ocean Road Coast Committee, General Manager at Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park
Responded 9 Aug 2021
Hi Johnzi233. As per the Covid-19 government restrictions at the time of your stay, accommodation can only be booked with members of your household, or your intimate partner or nominated single person. As an accommodation provider, we have a responsibility to check ID to ensure we comply with these rules, as explained to you upon your arrival. As you are aware you were offered separate cabins which you did not accept, and as a result you were given a full refund. We hope to see you back here with your mates when government rules allow.
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Andrew C wrote a review Jun 2021
Melbourne, Australia41 contributions14 helpful votes
I don't blame the park for this Australia wide problem of the lack of twin beds in accommodation. We really wanted a river front cabin with separate beds for two and this meant a one bedroom cabin that could accommodate four people. There may have been something on offer but already booked for at least one of the nights we wanted to stay. Consequently we had a double bed in the lounge room facing the small screen tv with a couch at the end of the bed with space enough for legs but that was all. The tv was not viewable from the couch. The kitchen equipment was reasonable but my test is a pair of scissors in the cutlery drawer and there wasn't. Nor was there a spare roll of toilet paper but of course you can ask at the office for one, but why not have a spare roll. Tissues were not supplied. The a/c worked well to warm us and I think the cabin was well insulated. We weren't disappointed with our view of the river and the cabins are cleverly oriented to not have a neighbour being able to see you on your balcony from their cabin. The bird life is amazing to watch, particularly cockatoos, blue wrens and kookaburras. There are warnings to not feed the birds and they are there for a good reason. The birds become very pushy at any sign of food. Just don't! The park was well maintained but some attention could be given to cleaning down steps of slippery leaf litter to the grassed river verge. It is far from the best cabin in a caravan park we have stayed in but it was ok. Our friend with is own caravan at a booked site, said it was the most expensive site fee he had ever paid.
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Date of stay: May 2021
Karen B wrote a review Mar 2021
Eltham, Australia2 contributions
I am 50 years old and stayed here with a few friends. I have been camping my whole life and have never experienced such power tripping "security" ever before. The first night we were sitting around having a few drinks and were told at 10:04pm to turn the music off. As these were the rules we politely obliged and turned the music off. The following day we were sitting around in a group, having a few drinks and were told AT 5.30PM to turn the music off!!! We again obliged although furious that these "security guards" seemed to have nothing better to do than make our weekend miserable. Never before in all my years camping have we been told at 5.30pm that we were making too much noise. The final night they came around (yet again) and by this stage our group were so frustrated we wanted to leave. The campsites are dirty, dusty, tiny and along with the power trippers don't stay here.
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Date of stay: March 2021
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Rabeya Tasnim H wrote a review Dec 2020
Dhaka City, Bangladesh149 contributions79 helpful votes
We stayed only one night in Ocean road camping ground powered site. The park amenities is clean and comfortable. But there is no camp kitchen only gas BBQ. This park is relatively expensive compare to other caravan parks. Reception and check in was very good. This park is very close to shops, beach and beautiful walking tracks. Overall nice stay.
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Date of stay: December 2020
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Grape Detective wrote a review Nov 2020
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Stayed in the cabins 14-15th November with my young family. Wonderful location, very clean and friendly staff. Cabin could accommodate 5 - Double bed and 3 single bunks. Everything you need for a fun stay in Lorne. Would highly recommend.
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Date of stay: November 2020
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Frequently Asked Questions about Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park
Which popular attractions are close to Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park?
Nearby attractions include The Lorne Pier (0.2 km), Great Ocean Road Story (0.1 km), and Lorne Sea Baths (0.4 km).
Is parking available at Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ipsos Restaurant and Bar, The Bottle of Milk, and Swing Bridge Cafe.
Is Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.8 km away from the centre of Lorne.
Are there any historical sites close to Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Cinema Point Lookout Great Ocean Road (15.8 km).