Sat 17 March – Mon 2 April 2018 (inclusive of the Easter public holidays)
The Lorne Sculpture Biennale is FREE to attend, sculptures are on display 24/7 in public spaces, mainly outdoors. See the 2018 Program for further details about the art and our exciting events.
The Lorne Sculpture Biennale is held along the picturesque foreshore of Lorne. Lorne is a seaside town where the Great Otway National Park meets the ocean, in Victoria, Australia. Lorne is a vibrant and popular destination along the Great Ocean Road tourist route.
By public transport
V/Line provides bus services to and from the surrounding hinterland in the Great Ocean Road region and coastal towns, including Lorne. To visit Lorne buses connect at Geelong, Marshell and Colac. These stations are serviced by the V/Line Melbourne – Warrnambool train line.
Bus, coach, and train times may vary and are not available 24/7. Coaches will replace trains on the evening Geelong service, depending on availability. For further information and timetables contact Public Transport Victoria:
Phone: 1800 800 007
Lorne is 142km from Melbourne CBD and will take approximately 1hr:53mins to drive.
- Travel from Melbourne city onto the Westgate Freeway
- Continue onto Princes Freeway (M1)
- Continue onto Geelong Ring Road (M1)
- Take the exit onto Anglesea Rd (C134)
- Take the exit onto Great Ocean Rd (B100) and follow to Lorne
Parking in Lorne: Information to come.
Avalon Airport is located just outside of Geelong and is the closest airport to the start of the Great Ocean Road. It offers easy transport options, including plenty of car hire options.
Phone: +61 3 5227 9100
Toll Free: 1800 AVALON (1800 282 566)
THINGS TO DO IN LORNE
The Lorne Visitor Information Centre can also provide further information.
Information to come for visiting schools. Including where to park and meet, and details about our education program.