Anglesea is a small town on (Great Ocean Road), the famous ocean road in Victoria, with a resident population of about 2500, about 18 kilometers from (Torquay), the last town on Ocean Road, and about 8 kilometers from (Aireys Inlet), the next town of Elys Inlet.
Anglesea, like other towns on Ocean Road, faces the sea with picturesque scenery and tourists. The main attraction of the town is (Main Beach), the main beach of Anglesea, just south of the main road of the town. It is suitable for surfing, swimming or relaxing, while Cape Rodney Beach (Point Roadknight Beach), which has shelter, is suitable for children. In addition, the town's more distinctive activities are golf, the local Anglesea golf club (Anglesea Golf Club) course lives a lot of wild gray kangaroos, compared with many places can only encounter, this group of kangaroos are always there, but usually only in the morning and evening, they will appear, jump and play, eat some grass seeds to fight and so on.
In addition, leave Togan, on the verge of arriving at Anglesea, will pass through Ocean Road to commemorate Arch (Memorial Arch at Eastern View), which is not a scenic spot, but many tourists have a hobby of taking pictures here, so don't miss it.