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Devoted to preserving the natural environment and character of the coastal strip that lies between Eastern View and Urquhart Bluff.
Located in Aireys Inlet, Community Garden 3231 is a vibrant place where food, friendship and community grow
The Aireys Inlet Cricket Club fields two senior sides, playing in the Geelong Cricket Association. All players are welcome.
Nestled between the bush and the ocean, along the iconic Great Ocean Road, Aireys Inlet Primary School’s commitment is to the academic and personal growth of every student.
A community association of traders working together for the improvement and promotion of local facilities and amenities.
ANGAIR (Anglesea, Aireys Inlet Society for the Preservation of Flora and Fauna) is an active voluntary group dedicated to protecting the indigenous flora and fauna and maintaining the natural beauty of the local environment.
Anglesea & District Historical Society Inc is a non-profit organisation whose aim is to research and preserve history of the local area from Bellbrae to Eastern View.
Anglesea Art House provides artists and craftspeople of all levels a friendly community environment to further their studies and understanding of art in all its forms.
Anglesea Baptist Church are followers of Jesus that reflect the community around us; all ages, sexes and life situations. Wherever you are on your journey with Jesus you are welcome.
Anglesea Bowls Club provides opportunities for blowers and beginners to play Lawn Bowls in a friendly, fun environment.
The stunning Anglesea Community Garden is open to people of all ages and is a garden to come together and have fun in.
Works collaboratively to nurture, facilitate and support conversations about issues within the Anglesea community.
Come along and join us – no singing or music experience required. All ages welcome.
Anglesea Cricket Club boasts outstanding facilities, which members and non-members, including visitors to the area, are welcome to enjoy.
The Anglesea Football & Netball Club welcomes new active members and club supporters.
Put your skills to the test at the Anglesea Golf Club 18-hole course. Incorporating a pro-golf shop, Mini Golf course, driving range, kangaroo tours, licensecd bistro, and function rooms surrounded by the beautiful Anglesea heathland.
Part of an international organisation offering friendship, goodwill and peace, volunteers from the Anglesea Lions Club provide help to those in need, and conducts fundraising to support the local community.
This fabulous local sailing club is a Point Roadknight treasure. Most Sundays during the summer months sailing boats are out racing in a fun, well managed, relaxed environment.
Anglesea Performing Arts Inc (APA) has been producing award-winning community theatre for more than 30 years – creating thought-provoking, cutting edge, contemporary theatre.
Anglesea Primary School is an innovative school, which prides itself on 'up to date' teaching and learning practices that seeks to achieve the best possible outcomes for each and every student.
The Geelong Regional Library offers many services including free Wi-Fi and the mobile Library service to Anglesea and Aireys Inlet.
The Anglesea Resale Shed, a joint partnership between the Surf Coast Shire and local community groups, successfully diverts re-useable materials from landfill. Sales profits are used to support these groups in the community.
The Anglesea Resale Shed, a joint partnership between the Surf Coast Shire and local community groups, successfully diverts re-useable materials from landfill.
The Anglesea RSL is a non-profit organsiation providing comradeship and support to Australia’s veterans and their families.
Anglesea Surf Life Saving Club (ASLSC) is a professionally led, volunter organisation providing summer patrols at Anglesea & Point Roadknight beaches.
The Twilight Farmer’s Market, an initiative of the Anglesea Community House, provides growers and producers an avenue for the community to access local produce.
Anglican Church with a Holy Communion Service every Sunday.
The Anglesea Youth Group is for people in Grade 6 to 18 years old. The group has a range of activities running on Friday nights during the school terms. It aims to provide a space for Teens to let go of their stresses from the week and to provide extra support from an adult if needed.
Barwon Community Legal Service provides free, independent legal advice, education and support to our local community.
Bellbrae Primary School offers students, staff and families a strong sense of community and belonging.
Business and Tourism Anglesea is a local tourism and traders association active in the local business community.
Eagles Nest Gallery in Aireys Inlet is a stunning purpose-built gallery. Exhibiting the work of local and regional artists, in many mediums including painting, glass art, sculpture, jewellery, prints and cards.
Exercise is an intrinsic part of good health, particularly as you get older. These weekly classes are conducted by the local physiotherapist, Greg Walsh.
Exercise is an intrinsic part of good health, particularly as you get older. These weekly classes are conducted by the local physiotherapist, Greg Walsh.
The Fairhaven Surf Life Saving Club patrols between Aireys Inlet and Eastern View during the summer months.
The Family History Group is a sub-group of the Historial Society and is located in the Historial Society rooms.
Food Link is a non-denominational, community aid organisation, co-ordinated through the Anglesea Community House. It provides emergency food relief for Anglesea and Aireys Inlet residents.
Nurturing creativity and imagination through play, whilst addressing all levels of healthy developmental growth including physical, cognitive, emotional and social growth.
We have seen an increased need for people who are wanting to stay in touch with friends, family and also wanting to keep up their participation in regular group activities.
Document witnessing services available in Anglesea, Aireys Inlet and surrounds.
The Lioness Club welcomes women interested in community service work and particularly in leading and guiding the organisation as full members of the Lions Club.
The Lions Village provides 18 affordable 1 and 2 bedroom units fitted with security and lighting.
Improve your health, wellbeing & fitness. A multi-level class including breath work, stretching/limdering, yoga poses, plus relaxation/meditation - creating calmness and balance in body and mind.
Don’t just get fit, get NICFIT! …with qualified & registered Personal Trainer, Nicky Friel. Combination of both online and face-to-face classes available.
There are a number of local Surf Coast Veterinary services offering support and care for the animal community – and their carers – in times of need.
Effective training for functional fitness and wellbeing.
Anglesea and Aireys Inlet Post Offices provide: All Postal Finance & insurance – including some banking options, Identity & document services, Passports & travel, Foreign Currency, Western Union Money Transfer
The Anglesea Probus Club provides an opportunity to meet retirees and semi-retirees in your local local community who wish to particiapte in social activities.
Repair Cafe Surf Coast: connecting people whilst repairing things together. Get help from volunteers who have the knowledge, equipment, skills and advice to help fix a range of household items.
Seaside Seconds, is an opportunity shop, managed by the Anglesea Baptist Church.
Anglesea and Aireys Inlet Senior Citizens Club offers a wide variety of activities including cards, bowls and gentle exercise to keep us all moving!
The local traders are open for business. Please visit the websites below to find out store trading hours and ways to keep in touch and informed – we’re here for you. Shop local.
St Aidan's Church is located at Airey's Inlet.
Catholic Church in Anglesea with Saturday Mass with Parish Priest Father Linh Tran
To protect our local fauna, flora, pets – and humans too – check the Surf Coast Shire regulations.
For all information regarding the Surf Coast Council, Councillors, the organisation, and the region, including: Waste collection, Permits, Strategies, Documents Meeting agendas and minutes Council news, Demographics.
Heat-stress, fire are traffic are serious dangers for our native wildlife. Run by volunteers, SCWSG (Surf Coast Wildlife Shelters Group Inc) a not for profit wildlife shelter offers support and care for wildlife on the Surf Coast.
The Surf Coast Shire provides a variety of services for young people (12 to 25) who live in the Shire.
Tennis clubs in Anglesea and Aireys Inlet have their own tennis clubs you can join.
Trinity Uniting Church service holding services every Sunday.
Open to the public, the Anglesea Transfer Station manages waste collection including: Organics, Recycling, Glass, Landfill

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