Inverleigh is a small rural township in Victoria, Australia. The town is located approximately 30km west of Geelong and 10km south west of Bannockburn, on the Hamilton Highway. It is nestled within a curve of the Leigh River, approximately 1 km north of the junction of the Leigh and the Barwon Rivers. Arrival at the town boundary from the east is spectacular as the highway “drops” into the river valley from the rural plains that separate Inverleigh from Geelong.
In the 2016 census, the central area of Inverleigh had a population of 1,474.
Inverleigh is known to be a popular stopover destination for travelers. Further information on the local community can be found by clicking the information tabs.