Bass Coast accommodation in Victoria
Set in the heart of Gippsland with dramatic views of Bass Strait and Anderson’s Inlet, the magnificent eco-friendly RACV Inverloch Resort is the ideal base for a wonderful coastal holiday. Formerly farming land, today the 32-hectare site houses a cleverly designed, low impact and architecturally striking resort fronting a pristine stretch of beach, a wetland haven for wildlife and an ever-changing panorama of sea and sky.
This beautiful Bass Coast accommodation offers a mix of terrific value options, which include premium ocean view rooms with uninterrupted 180 degree view of the Bass Coast, luxurious and modern ocean view rooms and stylish eco villas for families and groups requiring that little extra comfort and space. In addition a caravan park featuring 32 sites, including 12 with private modern ensuites, is set among beautiful native bushland.
As you arrive in the resort’s foyer, double storey glass windows look out over a stunning 180- degree vista of the Anderson’s inlet and Venus Bay. Once you check in, take a dip in our indoor heated swimming pool, have a hit of tennis, or tackle the network of walking tracks throughout the resort grounds. You can take a stroll along the beach, enjoy a sizzling BBQ, or enjoy a Gippsland steak in the Bistro washed down with a locally brewed ale.
Stay connected with FREE Internet now available for all accommodation guests at any RACV Resort.* Access is available from the lobby, bistro, bar, lounge and all accommodation rooms excluding the caravan park.
Free guest Internet FAQs
*Free Internet is available from July 1, 2012. Location of Internet access points vary at each property and may not be accessible from all accommodation rooms.
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How We’re Eco Friendly
The RACV Inverloch Resort has been designed to integrate into its special natural and environmentally sensitive environment. The resort was designed in conjunction with the local council, indigenous landowners and Parks Victoria to ensure minimal impact – visually and physically – on the environmentally sensitive landscape.
The end result is a striking architecturally designed property, which blends in with the special natural environment. It’s built along a ridge overlooking the ocean and is set inside the pristine Bunurong Marine Park and across the road from the Dinosaur Dreaming excavation site.
Over 50,000 species have been planted on the property, sourced from a 25-kilometre radius, meaning the resort doesn’t need to do any watering year-round – a terrific water resource saving initiative. Special wetlands have also been nurtured to provide habitat for birds and aquatic life. The resort also captures rainwater from all of its roof space, which is then used throughout the resort. Sensor lights meanwhile come on only as needed.