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Grab A Burger At This Converted 1970s Beach Shack In Anglesea

by The Editor

If you’re heading down the Great Ocean Road sometime soon, there’s a new spot that you need to factor into your road trip.

Last One Inn is set up on the Great Ocean Road in Anglesea and is serving up excellent food, and even better vibes from a converted 1970s beach shack which overlooks the Anglesea River.

The burgers coming out of Last One Inn are pretty flash as you can see, but it’s also worth stopping in for a massive breakfast that will fuel any Great Ocean Road adventures coming your way.


So, take in some sea air the next time you’re in Anglesea.

Last One Inn

Where: 113 Great Ocean Road, Anglesea
Phone: (03) 5263 2696
Website: lastoneinn.com.au

About Anglesea:

Anglesea is a town in VictoriaAustralia. It is located on the Great Ocean Road in the Surf Coast Shire local government area. In the 2016 census, Anglesea had a population of 2,545 people.[1]

Originally known as Swampy Creek, the area’s name was changed to Anglesea River in 1884 when the township was established. A Post Office under that name opened on 16 April 1886 and was renamed Anglesea in 1950. The name is ultimately named after Anglesey which is an island in North Wales.
via Wikipedia.

Nearby towns:

  • Aireys Inlet | 10km | 11-minute drive
  • Torquay | 18km | 18-minute drive
  • Lorne | 28km | 34-minute drive
  • Geelong | 37km | 42-minute drive
  • Queenscliff | 59km | 58-minute drive

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