There will be changes to ALL kerbside bin collection days, plus extra landfill and recycling collections, during this festive season.
Find out about bin collection changes and extra collections
Just south of Torquay take the turn off to Bells Beach where the ocean views are great in any weather. The annual Rip Curl Pro surfing event is held here every Easter, and spring is the best time to see the wildflowers in the cliff top heathlands. The Surf Coast Walk also passes through this reserve. Great views of Bells beach and Winki Pop.
Bells Beach is home to vulnerable wildlife such as the ground dwelling Rufous Bristlebird, and the adjoining sandy beach is part of the Point Addis Marine National Park. Dogs are only allowed in the Bells Beach Surfing Recreation Reserve if they are on a leash. Penalties apply if you have an off-leash dog in the reserve.
About Bells Beach
Bells Beach events
Bells Beach Surfing Recreation Reserve Commercial Tour Operator Licence
Council is required to issue tour operator licences at Bells Beach in line with State Government legislation for commercial use of crown land.
In 2016, Council went through a competitive tender process for commercial tour operators using Bells Beach Surfing Reserve. The following operators have current licenses for the Reserve.
Current Tour Operators
Great Ocean Road Surf Pty Ltd
Great Ocean Road Surf Tours
Torquay Surfing Academy Pty Ltd
Torquay Surfing Academy
Walter Edgar of WDE Systems Pty Ltd
Around and About Travel & Planning
Australian National Surfing Museum
Surf Coast Shire
If you wish to be considered for a License please fill in the Bells Beach Commercial Tourism Operator Expression of Interest form. For further information, please contact Council on 5261 0600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
90 Bells Beach Road, Bells Beach 3228 View Map
90 Bells Beach Road ,
Bells Beach 3228