About Breamlea Holiday Park

Breamlea is a unique coastal village on the Victorian south coast between Barwon Heads and Torquay, only 91 kilometres from Melbourne and 18 kilometres from Geelong.

The Breamlea Holiday Park is open and operating under an approved ‘Covid-19 Safe’ plan.

Visitors are welcome in accordance with the latest Victorian government directions as available on the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) website.

All visitors must notify the Park in advance of their intended arrival.

Breamlea has retained its cosy charm because it’s off-the-beaten-track, and that allows Breamlea Holiday Park to offer a holiday experience tucked away amongst the solitude of gums, tea-tree, sand and surf. Its a unique beachside haven - one you may never want to leave.

A map of Breamlea

Park features

  • Easy beach access with tracks through the coastal woodlands and over local dunes
  • Well appointed sheltered barbeques
  • Recreation room, basketball court and children’s playground
  • A general store
  • Takeaway food and fresh brewed coffee

The coastline

The small town of Breamlea is host to spectacular coastline and home to some of Victoria’s most endangered plants and animals.

Read more about the Breamlea coast and some history of the area.

Page last updated: Monday, 21 September 2020