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A local summer in Armstrong Creek

Conveniently poised between city and surf, a local summer at Harriott, Armstrong Creek is full of things to see, eat and do.

Here’s our summer guide with things to try, almost all within a 30minute drive:

The Bollard Trail, 11.7 kms

This iconic 2-hour walk from Limeburners Point to Rippleside Park features over 100 bollards that have been transformed by artist Jan Mitchell into remarkable works of art that pay homage to the unique characters who played a part in Geelong’s history.

The Great Ocean Road, 16.8 kms

Whether it’s a day in the surf, dining in coastal towns, or visiting some of Australia’s renowned tourist destinations such as the Twelve Apostles, The Otway’s or Erskine Falls – a family adventure is never too far from home!

A day at the beach!

From the renowned surf beaches of Torquay, Barwon Heads and Bells Beach to the more serene local destinations of Breamlea Beach, there’s a beach nearby for every day of the week. For the adventurous types, fishing, swimming, paragliding, and surfing are just some of the outdoor pursuits for a day at the beach.

Little Creatures Brewery, 9kms

Set in an iconic location, the Little Creatures Brewery village has its own canteen that is perfect for tasting a fresh beer or grabbing a bite to eat. There are also daily brewery tours and a local craft market on the first Sunday of the summer months.

Bellarine Taste Trail, 22.5kms

The region is fast becoming a foodie mecca with plenty of local farmgate producers, provedores, wineries, breweries, restaurants, and cafes. From cellar door experiences to long Sunday lunches, there are plenty of places to discover local produce and fresh ingredients.

Surf Coast Walk, 17.5kms

Located at the start of the Great Ocean Road, the 44-kilometre multi-use trail stretches from Torquay to Aireys Inlet. There are 12 entries to the trail, making it perfect for short, long or multi-day experiences. From cliff-top views to eucalypt forests, you can take it all in at your own pace.

Warralily Cockatoo, 250m

The perfect start or finish to any summer day, Warralily Cockatoo is an exceptional dining spot for morning coffee on the go, long lazy brunches and delicious wood-fired pizzas – all just a short walk from home!

Don’t just visit, live it. Idyllic summer days await at Harriott, Armstrong Creek, enquire today to learn more about land now selling.

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