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OPENING HOURS

 

MONDAY - SUNDAY

11:30am - 23:00pm

ADDRESS

LORNE SHOP:

96 Mountjoy Parade Lorne VIC 3232 

Tel: 03 5289 1205

APOLLO BAY SHOP:

151 Great Ocean Road Apollo Bay VIC 3233

Tel 03 9037 9912

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Lorne Region - Things To Do & Upcoming Events 

Lorne is situated on Louttit Bay, just a two-hour drive west of Melbourne, Victoria. It offers plenty to do such as surfing with great waves for those who are just beginning and for the more experienced (just remember to be patient when trying to grab a wave among the 50 surfers that can line up at the point when it works). Over the New Year’s holidays, the Falls Festival draws in international headline acts along with 15,000 revellers. Add in the famous Pier-to-Pub swim, held a weekend later – which started as an informal challenge between the Lorne Surf Life Saving Club members over 20 years ago (and is now the biggest open water swimming event in the world, capped at 4,000 swimmers) – Lorne is a pit-stop not to be missed when travelling on the Great Ocean Road.

Falls Festival 

Its happens every New Year’s Eve when some of the world’s best bands and musician arrive our small beach-side town lorne 
to help make the transitions between the year that has passed to the year approaching a memorable one.

Happy Hour

Every day all day Woop Woop

The Amy Gillett Foundation 

Chopstix proudly supports The Amy Gillett Foundation Adventure Race National Series- THE ADVENTURE START HERE! We invite you to join us. As best cycling event Catering to cyclists of all abilities. 

Cumberland River
In 1922, the first section of the Great Ocean Road opened between Lorne and Cumberland, where the Cumberland River carves arocky gorge-like path, spilling into the Southern Ocean. Great place with kids for swimming and have a sunny lazy day
Cuda Dance Bar Lorne

Cuda Bar is the live entertainment hub for Lorne. Featuring a wide array of live bands and DJ acts suitable for all ages (18+). 20 meters from Chopstix 96 Mountjoy Parde Lorne VIC 3232 Australia

The Great Ocean Road 
The breath-taking views of the Southern Ocean, lapping at Mother Nature’s Otway Forest or the hope of sighting a koala, can cause most drivers to slow down. 
Swing Bridge Cafe and Boathouse
Located next to lorne swing bridge, fresh beach side cafe,  serving coffee and food seven days a week. peddle boats and beach chairs. Every Friday BBQ lunch Look for our Argentinian friend Jorge Enrique Guerrero and we can ensure you he will look after you.
Qdos Arts - Gallery, And Accommodation
Qdos Arts is the epicentre of the vibrant arts scene in Lorne. What began as a studio, then a gallery, cafe and sculpture park to celebrate the visual, performing and gourmet arts + Japanese-inspired tree-houses accommodation.
Scenic Teddy's Lookout
Just on the back of Lorne is Teddy’s Lookout. A walkway takes you to the viewing platform where you have breath taking coastal views of the surf breaking into the mouth of the Saint George River and rain-forest covered
gorge. A romantic spot for the love birds . Address : George St, Lorne VIC 3232, Australia Turn right in Bay St up to George st and left. watch out from the KANGAROOS around 54 Geroge St Lorne 
Kennett River
Kennett River located approx 20 minutes drive from Lorne in the middle of the most spectacular famous Great Ocean Road, half way between Lorne and Apollo Bay. The Great Otway National Park surrounds Kennett River making a beautiful backdrop. Native animals are not shy around the area and It's a great place to see Koalas, Native birds such King Parrots and Kookaburras, Dolphins, Seals and even Whales.
Apollo Bay
Stop in to the beautiful village seaside town Apollo Bay, located at the foothills of the Otways. Surf-fish-eat-relax-party what else do we need... Hit the waters of the southern ocean and explore rain-forests full of waterfalls and crystal clear water. Hips of adventures for the day trippers. check also The Apollo Bay Market as its held every Saturdays and provides an excellent opportunity for a pleasant morning with handmade wares, conversation, coffee and the beach all on offer. 
Lorne Sculpture
The Lorne Sculpture is a professionally art event, which generates significant recognition and positive exposure for all involved. 

The event will see a unique sculptures, with small and large sculptures on display,

and live performance art where an artist uses their body to create a real-time experience.

New year eve & November-April Events 
coming soon..
Erskine Falls
Lorne Erskine Falls are at the end of Erskine Falls Road 8 km north west of
96 mountjoy parade Lorne Chopstix. There is a viewing point above the falls and a walking track leads to the base of the falls. The Erskine falls drop 31 metres in to the fern-lined valley. one of the most WOW falls in the Otways Region. For the bush lovers Erskine Falls Lorne Walk Track - Time Distance 8 km.
Don’t try it if water levels are high. Start at the Erskine Falls car park and continue through the natural mark track.


 
Surfing Around Lorne
prime surfing spots along this section of coast. The Great Ocean Road:
Johanna Beach - Red Johanna Rd, Johanna VIC 3238, Australia
Lorne Point - 96 Mountjoy Parade Lorne VIC 3232, Australia
Bells Beach - near the towns of Torquay and Jan Juc VIC, Australia
Cathedral Rocks next to Big Hill Surf Coast VIC, Australia
Bells Beach, Victoria

Bells Beach is the home of the world's longest-running surfing competition-the Rip Curl Pro Surf & Music Festival, located 99 km of Melbourne, on the Great Ocean Road near Torquay 40 minutes drive from Lorne.

first held in January 1961 and then at Easter every year. famous for its good waves and the final scene of the film Point Break.

TWELVE APOSTLES
The Twelve Apostles is a collection of limestone stacks off the shore of the Port Campbell National Park, 2 hours drive from Lorne on the amazing Great Ocean Road  Victoria Australia, (one of the most beautiful drive you will do in your life, guarantee)!!! Currently there are eight apostles left, the ninth stack having collapsed few years ago. Its a significant and spectacular spot and    
a must do to any one that traveling in Victoria.
CAMPING
Hips of good camp site in and surround Lorne. some are free some more touristy. below few of our favorites:
The camping area located just beyond the outskirts of Lorne off Allendale Road on the banks of St George River.
Or Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park, Address: 2 Great Ocean Rd, Lorne VIC 3232, Australia
LOVE LORNE

For up to date information on events in Lorne or view whats happening in town click below 

We look forward to welcoming in you in Lorne restaurant and for those who have just visited, come back soon!!!

We Roll Our Own

Chopstix Noodle Bar Lorne

Lemonade Creek Cottages Lorne
surrounded by gardens, wildlife and temperate rainforest, in Lorne's Angahook State Park. You'll feel you've stepped back in time but yet few minute drive to beaches, shops and restaurants in lorne and of course the Iconic Famous Great Ocean Road
Our guests can find peace and quiet. relaxing in your own century old farmhouse, with high ceilings, Victorian open fire and welcoming verandas
all rooms are fully equipped kitchen, central heating, air-con, TV, etc, large spas, heated pool, golf, tennis and more.
Lorne Film Festival
Lorne Film Festival is A leading film event in regional Victoria, attracting partners, filmmakers, industry professionals, local and international tourists.
A must event for true festival lovers. check out the heritage Lorne theater