Ideally positioned opposite Zeally Bay Beach at the gateway to the Great Ocean Road,Club Wyndham Resort Torquay is the most romantic holiday destination on Victoria’s Surf Coast. With sweeping panoramic ocean views and stunning grounds, this spectacular Victorian resort located under two hour’s drive from Melbourne beckons fun-seekers, families and hopeless romantics alike.

The Torquay resort features quality accommodation with a modern design including stylish hotel rooms and spacious apartments. Rich cream and chocolate tones create a sophisticated atmosphere to kick back and unwind, and most accommodation types offer a private balcony or patio that overlooks the swimming pool, gardens or ocean.

Outstanding facilities and exceptional service make Club Wyndham Torquay one-of-a-kind. The impressive resort facilities include an outdoor resort style swimming pool and spa pool, an indoor heated lap pool, barbecue area, a fully equipped gym and tennis court, 100 The Esplanade Restaurant & Bar, Sand Bar, day spa and six superb function venues.

Torquay has been a much-loved destination for Victorians since the early 1900s. Scenic walking tracks extend through much of the town’s foreshore, and sensational views can be enjoyed from Yellow Bluff and at Point Danger with its Anzac Memorial perched high above the ocean on the headland. Home to world famous Bells Beach, the Rip Curl Surfing Pro and the iconic surf brands including Quiksilver and Ripcurl, Torquay is Victoria’s surfing capital. From its amazing beaches to its surf factory outlets, Torquay invites you to immerse in surf culture.

Torquay is also the official start of the Great Ocean Road, one of Australia’s most spectacular coastal drives, which covers over 200 kilometres of the south-western Victorian coast. It passes through areas such as the scenic Otway Ranges and the rugged Shipwreck Coast west of Cape Otway.


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Key Features
  • Restaurant and bar
  • Outdoor pool and heated indoor lap pool
  • Day spa
  • Fitness centre with gym
  • Six function rooms


  • Restaurant and bar
  • Outdoor pool
  • Heated spa pool
  • Heated indoor lap pool
  • Day spa
  • Fitness centre with gym
  • Tennis court
  • BBQ area
  • Children’s playground
  • Ground floor café (seasonal)
  • Six function rooms
  • High-speed internet access
  • Internet kiosk
  • Limited undercover parking


Wyndham Resort Torquay pool

Dusk by the pool

Torquay bedroom

2-Bedroom Pool View

Torquay dining

100 The Esplanade Restaurant & Bar


Aerial view

Before You Go


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Things To See and Do


12 Apostles

Witness the rugged splendour of the famous 12 Apostles, magnificent rock stacks that rise up majestically from the Southern Ocean on Victoria’s dramatic coastline.

The Great Ocean Road is one of the world’s most spectacular drives, getting here is part of the experience. Cliff hugging curves, seaside cafe’s, emerald rainforest, fresh local produce and charming seaside villages await your discovery on route to the spectacular limestone formations, 12 Apostles, of Port Campbell National Park.

The 12 Apostles are located along the Great Ocean Road and are within driving distance from Melbourne and Torquay:

  • From Melbourne – 275 kilometres west of Melbourne, approximately a four-hour drive (no stops)
  • From Torquay – 150 kilometres, west of Torquay, approximately a two-hour drive (no stops).

Plan ahead to ensure you allow time to stop and see the sights along the way!

Not enough time? Join a scenic flight tour for a bird’s eye view of the stunning coastline of the Great Ocean Road through to the 12 Apostles!


Adventure Park Geelong

Ride some the of the world’s best water and dry rides exclusively at Adventure Park Geelong – Victorias Biggest Theme Park!


Bells Beach

Soak up surf culture, sunshine and holiday fun on the surf beaches around Torquay. Bells Beach is on Torquay’s southern outskirts, and this is where the world’s top surfers converge to tackle waves of up to five meters in the Rip Curl Easter Pro, the world’s longest running surf contest.


Geelong Wine Region

One of Australia’s truly iconic wine regions, the Geelong wine region is home to more than 150 vineyards, 60 wineries and 40 Cellar Doors.



Grampians National Park

The Grampians (Gariwerd) is a series of rugged sandstone mountain ranges and forests rich in wildlife. One of Victoria’s most popular destinations, the Grampians National Park is a great venue for rock-climbing, scenic drives, bike riding, bush walks, fishing and nature study.

Renowned for its breathtaking rocky views, rich Aboriginal culture, European heritage, spectacular water falls and stunning spring wildflower displays, there is plenty to see and do in this ancient landscape.