Known as the official start point to Australia’s national heritage listed Great Ocean Road. Stretching an impressive 243 kilometres across Victoria and South Australia, Torquay is known as Victoria’s surfing and beach capital. It is home to the well-known Bells Beach and the birth place of surf brands Rip curl and Quicksilver. Still if surfing isn’t quite your thing, there is the coastline offers and a variety of beautiful walks, you can hire bikes to make your way slowly along the Great Ocean Road and finally Victoria is home to some of Australia’s best wineries with the local Mount Duneed only a short drive away.




Getting There

You can easily access Torquay by train, bus, plane or car. Further information about getting to the Festival will be released soon, more information can be found on the Torquay Life website. Click here to access 

The Drop Festival transport & parking information can be found HERE

To purchase Bus Tickets click HERE