Take the next two turns to the right to enter Loch Village from the east or west.
click on this page to go to Terry & Faye’s website…
Peter offers classes in ceramics.Click this page to go to the website.
South western corner of Victoria Road and Roy Street.
Eastern side of Roy Street South.
Southern end of Roy Street
26 Victoria Road
Victoria Road (next to the Post Office)
Victoria Road (next to The Old Print Shop Cafe)
Accommodation for groups of six to 20 adults.
34 Victoria Road
36 Victoria Road10:30am - 4:00pm
35 Victoria RoadGabby and daughter Georgia
38 Victoria RoadOpen seven days a week - 8.00am to 3.00pm
The kitchen closes at 2.30pm
37 Victoria RoadThursday & Friday 10-4Saturday & Sunday 9-4Monday 10-4
37B Victoria Road
Corner Victoria Road and Smith Street, Loch VillageOpen Friday - Sunday 11:00am - 4:00pm
10 Smith Street NorthOpen: 11:00am to 8:00pm
46 Victoria Road (South Eastern corner of Victoria Road and Smith Street)11:00am - 4:00pm
Loch Public Hall, Smith Street SouthAvailable for hire
24 Smith Street
Entrance from Victoria Road (eastern end)
…at the eastern end of Victoria Road, Sunnyside Park offers a children’s playground and large lawned area, a covered eating and resting area with tables and bench seating and a toilet.
…the old jail…
Children’s Playground with electric barbques, tables and seating under cover in the background
…The Toilet at the end of the path…
Opposite and east of Sunnyside Park, off Victoria Road
Loch Railway Station closed in the early 1970’sIt is the site for the Strzelecki Lions Loch Market in the warmer months.It also is the venue for Loch Food & Wine Festival.
Loch Poowong Road…a few hundred metres, on the right, from the intersection with South Gippsland Highway.
…from the oval looking back to the Ray Humphries Pavilion…
…the Ray Humphries Pavilion and the caravan/camping facilities to the rear…
…at Loch Memorial Reserve (beyond the caravan/camping facilities)…