1. A Walk at Point Addis
2. Cocktails at The Kynn
3. Bells BeachWalking to Bells Beach from Torquay you can cruise the coastline for 3.4Kms, or Jan Juc. September is an ideal time of year for this activity, when you might be lucky enough to spot some Whales and Dolphins.
On a warm summer evening, there truly is nothing better than eating traditional fish and chips. Fishos is another hit along the Esplanade, and it's a popular spot to enjoy some laidback seafood. We also recommend their tacos and octopus.
5. Torquay Park Run.
Start the weekend right with a 5km run from Salty Dogs to Whites Beach and back. Put on your favourite runners, dust off that sports bra and get out there. You'll enjoy some spectacular scenery on the way, and can work up the appetite for that much-deserved Fishos visit.
6. Delicious Veggies
One of our favourite things to do while living on the Surf Coast has been to visit @Kinsfolk_Farm Folk at Torquay Farmers Market.
We love the Cauliflower, Zucchini’s and Basil (you can really taste the difference). But our favourite has to be the lettuce, you can’t find a better lettuce.
7. Torquay Farmers Market
The Torquay Farmers Market is every Saturday morning 8:30-1pm. It celebrates fresh local foods and artisan produce. Pastries from @woodendbakery will keep you coming back week after week.
Mortadeli is a Mediterranean restaurant right in the heart of Torquay. It's open 7 days a week, for all your tasty treats. We love picking up a coffee or heading over for 'Happy Hour'.
9. Ocean Grind
Ocean Grind are a coffee roasters and cafe in Torquay. We pick up our beans from these guys because we love to support local business and they make a great coffee. When we're in the area, we love to swing past for a quick coffee.
10. Sober Ramen - Seafood Ramen 😘😘
This incredibly popular ramen restaurant in Geelong and Torquay is renowned for their ramen and dumplings. This is one of our favourites - a prawn & chicken broth, with thin noodles, fried prawn & calamari, scallops + whole marinated soft yolk egg