Club Lorne Outdoor Education Camp is an exciting concept in group accommodation and school camps.
We operate from Lorne Surf Life Saving club located on the Lorne Foreshore Reserve. We also enjoy stunning views of pristine Loutit Bay with Airleys Inlet Lighthouse in the distance and only a short walk to Lorne Pier.
Special interest groups, primary, secondary and tertiary year level groups can now enjoy the unique experience of a camp where the breaking waves create a breathtaking backdrop by day and a soothing atmosphere to fall asleep to by night.
Camp Director Phil Sutton has 25+ years experience as a PE/Outdoor Education teacher and has been a member of Lorne S.L.S.C over 35 years. Qualifications include B-ED PE/Outdoor Ed, Surf Bronze Instructors, Advanced Lifeguard Certificate, Advanced Resuscitation Certificate, Patrol Captain, I.R.B Captain, Wilderness 1st Aid Certificate, Level 2 Climbing instructors and Basic Paddling Skills Instructors.
Groups can be assured of an educational, challenging, fun and rewarding experience.
This unique location plays host to the iconic “Pier to Pub” swim each year. In February 2006 Lorne Surf Club was chosen as host club to the World Lifesaving Championships in which thousands of competitors from 38 countries came to Lorne to participate.
The Otways National Park directly behind Lorne has a diverse Flora and Fauna including lush rainforest, towering eucalypts and spectacular waterfalls. Many bushwalks can be conducted following original logging tracks from the early 1900’s.
Club Lorne is fully accredited with the Australian Tourism Accreditation Program (Trust the Tick) and a member of the Australian Camping Association. Groups may approach us with confidence in terms of industry apporved best practice for safety, hygiene, catering, programmed activities, booking procedures, $10 million public liability insurance etc.