The 34-metre Split Point Lighthouse is Aireys Inlet’s most famous landmark.
Much of the award-winning Australian children’s TV series Round the Twist was filmed here. Take a 45-minute guided tour for panoramic coastal views and your fair share of intriguing maritime history.
Blast from the Past
Take the Lighthouse Discovery Trail from Painkalac Creek to reveal fascinating local history and views of Eagle Rock Marine Sanctuary. Check out the Bark Hut – you’ll see replicas of some buildings early settlers called home and a memorial cairn marking two graves.
Aireys may be small but has several choices for a casual meal including several cafe’s, a bakery and even an American style diner. For something more try the Pub or other nearby restaurants.
Visit the lookouts – Split Point Lighthouse, Boundary Road over Sunnymeade Beach, and Lands End on the cliff walk – or revel in the Ocean View walk from Moggs Creek picnic ground. The cliff tops around Aireys Inlet are popular with hang gliders. You can take in the scenery along the beach or inland, on horseback or bike. More comfortable on terra firma? Take to the forest trails. For relaxation, paddle a canoe, go fishing in Painkalac Creek, Moggs Creek or along the beach.
Play and Picnickery
Try the idyllic Inlet Picnic Ground on the riverbank, or Distillery Creek with its bird hide. Behind Moggs Creek is a secluded area ringed by large gums. Urquhart Bluff is ideal for a beach picnic. Let the kids run loose at the playgrounds near the skate park, or at Bark Hut Reserve.
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