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Father and Son at Inverloch

by Yvonne Hogan
(Maldon, victoria)

Family holiday at Inverloch, Christmas 2012.

Dad (Raoul )teaching George how to surf, both having lots of fun.


Hi Yvonne,

Thanks so much for your entry.
One proud Dad there it appears and one very steady, talented little man.

Good luck with the Contest.


Inverloch is such a pretty place to visit and spending a few days down there is even better.

Here is some information on the area for those who might be considering a day trip from Melbourne or perhaps a holiday in this part of magnificent Victoria.

Where is Inverloch?

Situated just over 140 kilometers southeast from Melbourne you will find the seaside village of Inverloch.

Eagles Nest at Inverloch

Now a popular tourist destination, particularly for surfers, kite surfers, windsurfers and those who love to fish.

caves on the beach at Inverloch

View Inverloch VIC 3996 in a larger map

Australia’s first dinosaur bone, the Cape Paterson Claw, was discovered near Inverloch in 1903.

The area is a fascinating place to explore for fossils and semi precious gem stones.

If this sort of thing interests you then take a look at this article on the "Dinosaur Dreaming Dig" near Inverlock.

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Jan 02, 2014
A talented 3year old
by: Kelly

What a precious photo xx
Thanks Mum, always the best with a camera!!

Dec 03, 2013
Dad's are the Best
by: Mannie

This brought back memories. Doing this with my boy was so much fun!
He's all grown up now but boy, can he surf and he loves it.
Gotta do it with his this Christmas.
Thanks for the memories and hope you win!

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