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Beaches

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Always wanted to learn how to surf? Inverloch and Phillip Island beaches are some of the best places in Victoria to learn how to ride your first wave, enjoy a lazy beach day or discover the underwater life of the rock pools. 

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Berrys Beach Phillip Island

Berrys Beach is a secluded beach with high swell for experienced surfers. The low tide rock pools are a haven for rock pool ramblers and fishing is popular during high tide.

Bunurong Marine Park Inverloch and Surrounds

Put on a mask, snorkel and flippers and venture into the remarkable world that lies beneath the water's surface of the protected Bunurong Marine Park.

Cape Paterson Beaches Wonthaggi and Surrounds

Cape Paterson has two beaches, the Cape Paterson Surf Beach (also called First Surf) and the Cape Paterson Bay Beach.

Cape Paterson Surf Life Saving Club Wonthaggi and Surrounds

The Cape Paterson Surf Life Saving Club patrol between the 1st December and Easter Monday every weekend and on public holidays.

Cape Woolamai Safety Beach Phillip Island

Cape Woolamai Safety Beach is a low wave beach containing 4.7 km of curving sandy beaches, making it ideal for a range of water activities including swimming and beach activities.

Cape Woolamai Surf Beach Phillip Island

Cape Woolamai Surf Beach is the longest and most exposed beach on Phillip Island, and is a popular spot for experienced surfers.

Cowes Main Beaches Phillip Island

Mussel Rocks and Cowes Main Beach are the only northern facing beaches in Victoria making them ideal for swimming and beach activities.

Cowes West Beaches - Anderson Road to Red Rocks Phillip Island

Cowes West Beaches from Anderson Road to Red Rocks Road offer family friendly beaches that are perfect for swimming or building sandcastles. Anderson Road is also home to a boat ramp and jetty.

Forrest Caves Beach Phillip Island

Forrest Caves Beach is a long sandy beach with rock platforms and caves that become exposed on low tide.

Inverloch Anderson Inlet Beaches Inverloch

Anderson Inlet's popularity is hinged on the almost-enclosed bay, making it a protected beach with safe swimming.

Inverloch Surf Beach Inverloch

The Inverloch Surf Beach (or Main Beach) is a wide beach that extends from the sandy Point Norman on the inlet mouth through to Wreck Creek near Flat Rocks.

Inverloch Surf Life Saving Club Inverloch

Inverloch Surf Life Saving Club patrol the Surf Beach between 1st December and Easter Monday every weekend and on public holidays.

Kilcunda Beaches Kilcunda

Kilcunda has three south-south-west facing sandy beaches.

Kitty Miller Bay Beach Phillip Island

Kitty Miller Bay is a picturesque, circular bay that is reasonably sheltered and has great rock pools at low tide.

National Surfing Reserve Phillip Island

Victoria’s first National Surfing Reserve was launched on Phillip Island on 16 March 2013. The reserve is made up of four sites along Phillip Island’s coast.

Newhaven Beach Phillip Island

Newhaven beach offers many boating activities including sailing and a boat ramp. Excellent fishing from the jetty and a bay beach suitable for family fun and beach walks.

Rhyll Beach Phillip Island

Rhyll is a quiet little village offering many boating activities, excellent fishing and a bay beach suitable for family fun and beach walks.

San Remo Beaches San Remo

San Remo Front and Back Beaches are low wave bays and are ideal for escaping the crowds in the summer months.

Silverleaves Beach Phillip Island

Silverleaves Beach is a northern facing beach making it ideal for beach walks, fishing, swimming and beach activities.

Smiths Beach Phillip Island

Smiths Beach is a 1km long, south-west facing surf beach cove which is popular with families and surfers.

Snorkelling Bass Coast Bass Coast

For snorkelling, try Cape Paterson’s Bay Beach for sea life and kelp gardens, Bunurong Marine National Park for diverse and plentiful sea life, Inverloch for sand crabs, sea stars and sea anemones ...

Summerland Peninsula Beaches Phillip Island

The Summerland Peninsula consists of several beaches that are popular for surfing and beach walking.

Sunderland Bay Beach Phillip Island

Sunderland Bay, Phillip Island is a secluded 200 m wide bay with a rocky platform and boulders.

Surf Beach Phillip Island

Surf Beach is another Phillip Island southern facing beach that receives big swells from Bass Strait.

Ventnor Beach Phillip Island

Ventnor Beach is a flat, low wave beach with stunning coastal views of Phillip Island and the Mornington Peninsula.

Where can I walk my dog Phillip Island, San Remo and Bass Coast

In all public places in Bass Coast (other than those in private ownership) dogs must be on a lead at all times, unless in a designated off-leash area.

Wonthaggi and Surrounds Beaches

From Coal Point near Wonthaggi through to Kilcunda there is a 12km stretch of almost straight coastline.

Woolamai Beach Surf Lifesaving Club Phillip Island

Woolamai Beach Surf Life Saving Club is a voluntary organisation offering summer beach patrols and water safety courses.

YCW Beach Phillip Island

YCW Beach is another south-east facing beach on Phillip Island and is set on a lovely bay with rock platforms on either side of the bay.

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