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Ocean Grove Hotel & Accommodation

Located on the Bellarine Peninsula, Ocean Grove is the largest seaside town on the peninsula and boasts the sweeping views and relaxing beaches which the Great Ocean Road is known for.

Only a stones throw from the beach, Ocean Grove is situated on the southern coast and separated by the Barwon River, less than half an hour's drive from Geelong and over an hour from Melbourne.

The town is both a picturesque rest stop if you're driving along the Bellarine Peninsula, and a popular holiday destination in its own right.

For some of the best food and wine you'll find in Victoria, Ocean Grove boasts the Banks Road Vineyard and Oakdene Vineyards Restaurant and Cellar Door. Best of all, it's within driving distance of many more of the Victoria's best fresh food regions.

With a wide selection of shopping facilities including major supermarkets, retail and specialty shops, restaurants and cafes, and a shopping strip in its main street, Ocean Grove enjoys a small-town feel with the conveniences city-siders are used to.

Visit the surf beaches which front Bass Strait and boast some of the Bellarine Peninsula's best views, or enjoy spectacular coastal scenery along the several walking tracks and hikes in the region. Begola Wetlands has a great viewing platform on Emperor Drive where you can view the wetlands in its entirety.

The focal point of Ocean Grove's main surf beach is Dunes Cafe & Bar which is next to the Life Saving Club on the dunes overlooking the coastline. Enjoy fine wine and a great meal and gaze over world class views which sweep out to sea, from Barwon Heads bluff across the Great Ocean Road.

Much of Ocean Grove is spread over the undulating hills and valleys which stretch across the Bellarine Peninsula and trace the two major inland water attractions at the town's valleys - Blue Waters Lake and the Begola Wetlands.

Book yourself Ocean Grove accommodation and stay in one of Victoria's best bases for exploring the region's stunning beaches, acclaimed wineries and vast natural beauty.