About Lightkeepers Inn
We are on the Great Ocean Road, opposite the Aireys Pub and walking distance to restaurants, cafes, beaches, cliff top walks and the landmark Split Point Lighthouse. Spectacular views of the coast and Otway National Park are available to visitors with a new service from Ecologic offering lighthouse tours that capture the magnificent coast.
New operator Rod Ambrose is committed to providing excellent hospitality and introducing a wide range of experiences for the visitor. The world class scenery and attractions make Aireys Inlet and the Great Ocean Road a mecca for bike riders and walkers. There is a strong artistic and gay community adding to the culture and character of the seaside town. The Lightkeepers Inn provides a friendly and welcoming venue for people from a diverse range of backgrounds and needs.
How to find us: Aireys Inlet is a 40min drive from Geelong.
From Melbourne - Get on the M1 freeway in Melbourne, over the West Gate Bridge and head towards Geelong. Continue on the M1 bypassing Geelong to the Waurn Ponds exit. Follow Anglesea Rd to Great Ocean Rd and on to Aireys Inlet. Lightkeepers Inn Motel is on your left.
From South Australia - take the main roads to Ballarat in Victoria and then onto Geelong, the M1 and Anglesea road to the Great Ocean Road. Or along the scenic coastal run on the Princes Highway through to Warrnambool, Lorne and onto Aireys Inlet.