Ocean Grange is located on a thin strip of bushland in-between and accessible via the Aurora Channel and Bass Strait; and forms part of the “back-lake” region on the Gippsland Lakes.
Ocean Grange, or "The Grange" as it is commonly referred too by locals is a small residential land section mostly comprising of a handful of holiday homes and a guesthouse surrounded by state parkland. A good jetty public facility is easily accessible in addition to nice parkland with a number of picnic tables and a toilet block. A short walk through the bush will lead visitors to the 90-mile surf beach.
The general region is very well sheltered from the elements and provides a good refuge for boats when the weather conditions turn sour.
The Ocean Grange is home to an abundance and large variety of birdlife who reside on the numerous sandbars and shallow waters, pelicans, swans, cormorants, cygnets, swallows and numerous other varieties. Sunsets looking to the western sky are magnificent display of the colour spectrum and an evening spent sitting on the jetty watching the sun go down is time well spent.
Ocean Grange is also accessible by car, however the trip is very long as access is achieved via the town of Sale some 1 - 1/4 hours away.
A defibrillation machine is also accessible from the rear of the guesthouse.
Dogs are allowed at Ocean Grange but must be kept on a lead; and only from within 100 m from the holiday houses as the surrounding regions are under the jurisdiction of Parks Victoria who actively patrols the region.