What a location!

Logans Beach Coastal Village is three kilometres east of central Warrnambool.  It is within walking distance of the Hopkins River.  It is at the western end of the Great Ocean Road. It is an easy three hour drive from Melbourne along the Princes Highway or the Hamilton Highway. For those wanting a truly scenic drive the Great Ocean Road offers a longer alternative.

Warrnambool is the major regional centre of South West Victoria. It has a campus of Deakin University, high quality health services, a modern hospital and cancer centre, TAFE, public and private schools, a vibrant performing arts centre, art gallery and cinema complex, a beautiful coastal setting overlooking Lady Bay, and beaches extending for miles east and west.

The quaint fishing village of Port Fairy is 20 minutes to the west, the Grampians National Park is 60 minutes to the north, the famous Coonawarra wine region lies just across the border in South Australia and Port Campbell, the twelve apostles and the Great Ocean Road are a short distance to the east.