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Anglesea like many other coastal towns on the Great Ocean Road has a small population that swells conderably during summer. Tourism is the main industry here due to its location to both swimming and surfing beaches as well as attractions on the Great Ocean Road.
Anglesea is haven for Australian flora with native flowers and rare orchids. Angahook-Lorne State Park is close by and kangaroos roam the local golf course. Things to do include a walk on one of the coastal tracks, a barbeque or picnic along the Anglesea River, dining in one of the many fine restaurants available, drinking locally produced wine, swimming or surfing in one of the beaches, or striking out further afield and exploring the Great Ocean Road.