At a Glance
Set in the heart of Victoria’s spectacular South Gippsland coast with sweeping views of the Bass Strait and Anderson Inlet
The magnificent eco-friendly RACV Inverloch Resort is the perfect location for both your wedding ceremony and reception.
Up to 250 guests banquet style
Up to 320 guests cocktail style
The RACV Inverloch Resort provides a selection of breathtaking locations to celebrate your special day
Set in the heart of Victoria’s spectacular South Gippsland coast with sweeping views of Bass Strait and Anderson Inlet, the magnificent eco-friendly RACV Inverloch Resort is the perfect location for both your wedding ceremony and reception.
The 32 hectare site houses a low impact resort fronting a pristine stretch of beach, a wetland haven for wildlife and an ever changing panorama of sea and sky.
The RACV Inverloch Resort provides a selection of breathtaking locations to celebrate your special day, from intimate gatherings to ceremonies and receptions. The resort grounds boast several outdoor areas for ceremonies with stunning backdrops and spectacular views.
RACV Inverloch Resort is located in Inverloch on the Bass Coast in Victoria, Australia. The 32-hectare, eco-friendly resort features views of Bass Strait and Anderson Inlet. The wetlands at the entrance of the property provide habitat for birds and aquatic life. The resort hosts wedding ceremonies and receptions for up to 250 seated and 320 standing guests.
Weddings at RACV Inverloch Resort
A bushland wedding ceremony is followed by a reception in the pillarless Panorama Ballroom. The flexible space, which can be divided to incorporate the pre-function area, features floor to ceiling windows and integrated audiovisual technology. Smaller function rooms are also available.
The Wedding Coordinator organises a package that takes care of everything: ceremony, reception, and accommodation. Wedding packages include an operation supervisor for the night of wedding and use of the grounds for photography. The culinary team creates a menu that matches the style and size of each wedding.
Accommodation and Tourist Attractions
The resort’s 98 hotel rooms have floor to ceiling windows and private balconies. Cabins and villas include full kitchens with dining areas. A caravan park has 32 spacious sites. Resort amenities include a health club, walking trails, tennis courts, indoor and outdoor pools, hot tub, and sauna.
Inverloch is known for the discovery of Australia's first dinosaur bone. The Dinosaur Dreaming fossil site is close to the resort. The calm waters of Anderson Inlet are ideal for swimming, kitesurfing, and windsurfing. Main Beach, Inlet Beach, and Bunurong Marine and Coastal Park are in the area.