A small heritage village, situated on the South Gippsland Highway.
Many of the town’s original buildings still exist today; the
streets are planted with award-winning cottage gardens.
Location: 107 km south east of Melbourne.
Loch was on the former South Gippsland railway line. Its station is now
part of the South Gippsland Tourist railway, after passenger operations
on the line ceased after Cranbourne station in 1993. The station has
been restored by the volunteers of the South Gippsland Railway.
Points of interest: Soldiers Hill; Andersons Hill; Mosquito Hill; South Gippsland Tourist Railway.