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Glamping has arrived at Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park.

Imagine sleeping under the stars in a stunning luxury bell tent surrounded by nature with all your home comforts. Leave the tent, pegs and sleeping bags at home and we’ll do all the hard work for you this time.

Twilight Glamping will be setting up luxe bell tents alongside the beautiful Erskine River in our park during May and June. This is a unique experience you must try. All you have to do is make a booking and then turn up. Experience the splendor of the outdoors and get back to nature...all in a little luxury! 

This is only available for a limited time and will sell out, so make sure you book now via Twilight Glamping. 


Introducing our new Managers

Ray and Jacki join the Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park team as Park Managers in March 2017. Together they have worked in a number of caravan parks across Australia including Rockhampton, Coonoomoo and Mornington Peninsula.

Ray has been working in the hospitality and caravan park industry all his life through various operations and management roles over the years.

Ray has worked as the Regional Manager for Discovery Holiday Parks – Australia’s largest owner and operator of lifestyle holiday parks and oversaw 24 caravan parks along the East Coast of Australia.

Jacki has been in the retail industry for more than 10 years working at a picture framing company in Melbourne designing and selling picture frames before joining Ray to co-manage the Caravan Park on the Murray River.

Ray and Jacki have several years experience in a variety of roles within their industries and have been based in the same place for several years.

“We’re not 5-minute people. We like to stay in the same location and work for the same company for a long time to really get to know the area and people, and really become part of the community,” Ray said.

“It’s really nice to be back among genuine tourists both international and domestic, and help show them the magical part of the world Lorne is,” Jacki said.

The sea change was prompted by Jacki’s love for the ocean and coastal towns, with Ray promising one day to move to the beach.

“We’ve only just arrived in Lorne and already we love the town and the atmosphere and cannot wait to really get to know the place,” she said.

The Lorne and Torquay Foreshore Caravan Parks are managed by the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee. As a not-for-profit, community based organisation, all dollars raised through GORCC’s commercial operations are reinvested back into the caravan parks, coastal reserves, and community.



Schoolies 2017 bookings are now open!

To book a cabin or a camp site for schoolies click here.


All schoolies bookings are to be done through the website. We look forward to hosting you and your friends for your Year 12 end of year celebration.


Meet the Managers

The Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park offered campers the opportunity to meet with the caravan park managers and senior management of the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee throughout January and February this year. View the feedback received here. To have your say, please email



Our Pet Policy is currently under review. There are NO pets allowed in our park at this time.