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 The Best Family Beaches in Melbourne  The Best Family Beaches in Melbourne
Melbourne has a series of nice beaches, which ring Port Phillip Bay, which are great spots to cool off when the weather warms up. Many of the beaches are patrolled during the summer season which helps you to have a safe Read more..

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Altona Beach  Altona Beach
A long, 3.1 km accessible beach, with good facilities at the pier and reserves at each end. Altona Beach forms the southern boundary of Altona with the Esplanade paralleling the beach. The Altona Railway Station is lo Read more..

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Aspendale Beach  Aspendale Beach
Aspendale beach is a popular locals beach with rail access and some parking for visitors. Aspendale Beach forms the northern 3 km section of the 7.5 km long beach that stretches between the Patterson River mouth and t Read more..

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Balnarring Beach  Balnarring Beach
Balnarring is a small beach settlement located at the end of Balnarring Road. The road ends at the main Balnarring Beach (also called Tulum Beach), which has a foreshore reserve with picnic facilities. There is a sma Read more..

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Balnarring West Beach  Balnarring West Beach
There is a reserve and picnic area are located behind the Balnarring West beach. The beach is 1.3 km long and curves around from sandy Balnarring Point to face the east by Palmer Bluff, its southern boundary. The bea Read more..

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Beach 240 (Shoreham)  Beach 240 (Shoreham)
Between Shoreham and Flinders, the coast trends south-south-west and consists of steep, 20 to 40 m high, grassy bluffs. The bluffs are fronted by 100 m wide intertidal reef flats, with a series of narrow, sandy, high tid Read more..

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Beaumaris Beach  Beaumaris Beach
Beaumaris beach is an attractive relatively natural beach with good access and parking, however there is as much reef flat as sand here, so watch where you swim. Beaumaris Beach is a 650m strip of sand facing south an Read more..

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Beaumaris North Beach  Beaumaris North Beach
Beaumaris North beach is a relatively natural, narrow beach with a strip of sand and an increasingly rock and reef dominated surf. North of Ricketts Point, the coast trends north-west and is dominated by 10 to 20 m hi Read more..

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Beaumaris Yacht Club Beach  Beaumaris Yacht Club Beach
Beaumaris Yacht Club beach is a relatively natural, narrow beach with a strip of sand and an increasingly rock and reef dominated surf. North of Ricketts Point, the coast trends north-west for 2 km to Quiet Corner. It Read more..

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Birdrock Beach (Mount Martha)  Birdrock Beach (Mount Martha)
Birdrock Beach is one of four natural beaches (Birdrock, Dava, Fossil and Fosters) lying below the busy Esplanade, but little used owing to the difficult access and limited parking. Between Craigie Beach and Linley Po Read more..

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Black Rock Beach  Black Rock Beach
Black Rock beach is a popular summer beach next to the main Beach Road, but shielded by the vegetated bluff, with the protection of the lifesaving club and shops across the road in Black Rock. Black Rock Beach is a re Read more..

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Black Rock Point Beach  Black Rock Point Beach
Black Rock Point beach is a small beach north of the popular Black Rock beach. It is next to the main Beach Road, but shielded by the vegetated bluff. The main beach is 120 m long and is composed of medium to coarse s Read more..

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Blairgowrie Beach  Blairgowrie Beach
Blairgowrie Beach is a long low beach, backed by a reserve and all facilities and fronted by shallow sand flats. Blairgowrie is the first in a series of long, sandy beaches and wide sand flats that swing in a 24 km lo Read more..

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Bonbeach Beach  Bonbeach Beach
Bonbeach beach is most suited to locals and train travellers, as parking is very limited. Bonbeach beach forms the southern end of the 7.7 km long beach that includes Bonbeach, Chelsea, Edithvale and Aspendale Beaches Read more..

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Brighton Beach  Brighton Beach
Brighton beach is a very accessible and popular beach with foreshore facilities. However beware of the often deep water and reefs. Brighton Beach is a 1 km long, south-west facing beach, lying between the New Street g Read more..

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Campbells Cove Beach (Werribee South)  Campbells Cove Beach (Werribee South)
Campbells Cove is a south-east facing section of low coast, located at the end of Cunninghams Road and backed by the rough Campbells Cove Road, which runs along the 5 m high basalt bluffs. Numerous fishing shacks back an Read more..

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Campbells Cove Beach Off Leash Area (Werribee South)  Campbells Cove Beach Off Leash Area (Werribee South)
Campbells Cove is a south-east facing section of low coast, located at the end of Cunninghams Road and backed by the rough Campbells Cove Road, which runs along the 5 m high basalt bluffs. Numerous fishing shacks back an Read more..

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Canadian Bay Beach (Mount Eliza)  Canadian Bay Beach (Mount Eliza)
Canadian Bay Beach is composed of two sandy beaches which are 850m long backed by red bluffs and dominated by reefs, with good access and parking. Access - The Canadian Bay Road is used for access to both Canadian Bay Read more..

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Carrum Beach  Carrum Beach
Carrum Beach forms the northern 2 km of the 9 km long Frankston-Carrum beach. Located at the beach are the Carrum Surf Life Saving Club, Carrum Sailing Club and Patterson River Yacht Club. The Carrum Surf Life Saving Read more..

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Chelsea Beach  Chelsea Beach
Chelsea Beach is 1.5 km long straight stretch of sand between Bonbeach and Edithvale. The beach is patrolled by the Chelsea Longbeach Life Saving Club. Chelsea beach is situated between Edithvale and Bonbeach and is a Read more..

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Craigie Beach (Mount Martha)  Craigie Beach (Mount Martha)
Craigie Beach is a 120m long isolated pocket beach with a bluff behind the beach. The Esplanade parallels the shore on top of the bluffs. To reach Craigie Beaches requires a walk up the beach or a steep climb down the Read more..

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Dava Beach (Mount Martha)  Dava Beach (Mount Martha)
Dava Beach is one of four natural beaches (Birdrock, Dava, Fossil and Fosters) lying below the busy Esplanade, but little used owing to the difficult access and limited parking. Between Craigie Beach and Linley Point Read more..

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Daveys Bay Beach (Mount Eliza)  Daveys Bay Beach (Mount Eliza)
There are three narrow beaches in a 1.5 km long section of coast backed by 20 to 30 m high bluffs. The area is mainly used by the Daveys Bay Yacht Club and fishers. Daveys Bay is named after James Davey who built a je Read more..

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Dendy Street Beach (Brighton)  Dendy Street Beach (Brighton)
Dendy Street, with its boat sheds, is one of Melbourne's most photographed beaches. It is also very popular, with good parking and access. Dendy Street Beach is 500 m long and tied to two reefs, with the famous series Read more..

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Dodds Creek Beach (Flinders)  Dodds Creek Beach (Flinders)
The town of Flinders lies behind the elongated Flinders Point. Beaches lie either side of the point, with two sheltered beaches on the east side called Dodds Creek and Kennon Cove. Dodds Creek Beach faces east and is Read more..

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Dromana Beach  Dromana Beach
Dromana Beach, which is 3 km long, is a very accessible beach with a foreshore reserve with numerous facilities. A Tourist Information Centre is located on Marine Drive just west of the pier. Dromana and Safety Beache Read more..

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Duncans Road Beach (Werribee South)  Duncans Road Beach (Werribee South)
The small, 150m wide, beach is located between low basalt bluffs and seawalls. There are 100 to 200 m wide intertidal sand flats and swimming is best at high tide when the tidal flats are under water. The beach is loc Read more..

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East Creek Beach (Point Leo)  East Creek Beach (Point Leo)
The 1.5 km long East Creek beach continues from a prominent bluff at the west of Merricks Beach to the bluff just past the mouth of East Creek, at Point Leo. The beach is backed by 10 to 20 m high, vegetated bluffs. Read more..

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Edithvale Beach  Edithvale Beach
Edithvale Beach is a 1.5 km long, straight section of sand located between Chelsea and Aspendale Beaches. The beach is patrolled by the Edithvale Life Saving Club. The beach faces west-south-west and, like adjoining Read more..

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Elwood Beach  Elwood Beach
The Elwood foreshore with its bridges, walking paths, bike paths, coastal vegetation, BBQ areas, lifesaving club, sailing and angling clubs, sea scouts and restaurant and kiosks is a great place to take the family. T Read more..

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Fishermans Beach (Mornington)  Fishermans Beach (Mornington)
Fishermans Beach is a very accessible popular beach, which can provide a few waves to play in. Fishermans Beach is 550m long and is located in lee of Linley Point. The Esplanade runs on 20 m high bluffs right behind t Read more..

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Fossil Beach (Mornington)  Fossil Beach (Mornington)
Fossil Beach is one of four natural beaches (Birdrock, Dava, Fossil and Fosters) lying below the busy Esplanade, but little used owing to the difficult access and limited parking. Between Craigie Beach and Linley Poin Read more..

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Fosters Beach (Mornington)  Fosters Beach (Mornington)
Fosters Beach is the most northerly of four natural beaches lying below the busy Esplanade, but little used owing to the difficult access and limited parking. Between Craigie Beach and Linley Point is a 3 km section o Read more..

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Frankston Beach and Waterfront  Frankston Beach and Waterfront
Frankston Beach forms the southern end of a 9 km long beach that runs north to the Patterson River mouth at Carrum. The Frankston section is 2.5 km long and begins at the southern boat launching area. It includes the 500 Read more..

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Half Moon Bay Beach (Black Rock)  Half Moon Bay Beach (Black Rock)
Half Moon Bay beach has a very active and accessible southern corner, with a more natural and quieter northern section. Access and parking are good at both ends. Care should be taken if near the remains of the Cerberus, Read more..

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Half Moon Bay Beach (Mount Eliza)  Half Moon Bay Beach (Mount Eliza)
Half Moon Bay consists of over 200 m of high tide, sandy beach, which sweeps in three small arcs below the red bluffs and between more prominent reefs. There is good access and parking. Access - The Canadian Bay Road Read more..

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Hampton Beach  Hampton Beach
The southern boat harbour is perfect for boating, however the beach has been heavily degraded by the lack of sand and numerous rock structures. Hampton Beach was once part of a continuous strip of sand running from Pi Read more..

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Hawker Beach (Mount Martha)  Hawker Beach (Mount Martha)
Hawker beach, which is 600 m long, is one of three narrow beaches north of Balcombe Creek in Mount Martha which is backed by boat sheds and bluffs. The Esplanade parallels the shore on top of the bluffs. To reach Hawk Read more..

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Holloway Beach (Brighton)  Holloway Beach (Brighton)
Holloway Beach is a smallish beach between Green Point to the south and the popular Dendy Street beach with its boat sheds to the north. At Green Point, the low rocks and reefs have been encased in a 300 m long seawal Read more..

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Kackeraboite Creek Beach (Frankston South)  Kackeraboite Creek Beach (Frankston South)
There are three narrow beaches in a 1.5 km long section of coast backed by 20 to 30 m high bluffs. The area is mainly used by the Daveys Bay Yacht Club and fishers. At Pelican Point, the coast turns east into Daveys B Read more..

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Kennon Cove Beach (Flinders)  Kennon Cove Beach (Flinders)
The town of Flinders lies behind the elongated Flinders Point. Beaches lie either side of the point, with two sheltered beaches on the east side called Dodds Creek and Kennon Cove. Kennon Cove provides the best access an Read more..

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Martha Point Beach / Pebble Beach (Mount Martha)  Martha Point Beach / Pebble Beach (Mount Martha)
Martha Point beach is a small, pocket, rock bound and relatively isolated beach for those who want a change from the adjacent long beaches. On the southern side of Martha Point is a 100 m pocket of sand and cobbles, l Read more..

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Mentone Beach  Mentone Beach
Mentone beach is an easily accessible and popular beach offering usually lower waves and a shallower surf zone. The 1.6km beach is backed by Beach Road and 20 m high bluffs. The once bare and eroding bluffs were the s Read more..

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Merricks Beach  Merricks Beach
Merricks Beach is a small holiday settlement at the end of Merricks Beach Road. The road ends at a foreshore reserve where there is a yacht club and picnic facilities. Merricks Beach is mainly used by locals and sailors. Read more..

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Middle Brighton Baths  Middle Brighton Baths
The Middle Brighton Baths are probably the safest place to bathe in Port Phillip. The Brighton Baths are open to members and casual visitors alike. The Baths are the perfect venue for swimming laps, a recovery session Read more..

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Middle Brighton Beach  Middle Brighton Beach
Middle Brighton beach is a very accessible patrolled beach right next to the main road, with a promenade running the length of the beach. Best bathing is toward the centre, away from the rocks and reefs at each end. M Read more..

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Middle Park Beach  Middle Park Beach
Middle Park Beach is a readily accessible beach, with amenities at the lifesaving club. This is a popular windsurfing area. Middle Park is part of a 4 km long beach that runs from the Cowdroy Street drain to the large Read more..

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Mills Beach (Mornington)  Mills Beach (Mornington)
Mills Beach is a popular patrolled beach just off the Esplanade, with a grassy picnic area, lifesaving club and a kiosk. Mills Beach is a 700 m long,backed by boatsheds and a vegetated bluff for most of its length. Th Read more..

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Mordialloc Beach and Foreshore  Mordialloc Beach and Foreshore
Mordialloc Beach is a well developed and popular beach, with the added safety of the lifesaving club and the attraction of the pier. Mordialloc Beach is the southern section of a 4 km long beach running from Mordiallo Read more..

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Mornington Park Beach (Flinders)  Mornington Park Beach (Flinders)
Between Shoreham and Flinders, the coast trends south-south-west and consists of steep, 20 to 40 m high, grassy bluffs. The bluffs are fronted by 100 m wide intertidal reef flats, with a series of narrow, sandy, high tid Read more..

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Mothers Beach (Mornington)  Mothers Beach (Mornington)
A coastal area with a choice of three beaches (Shire Hall Beach, Scout Beach and Mothers Beach) in one with a foreshore reserve and picnic facilities. There is a continuous, 600 m long beach that begins as Mothers Bea Read more..

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Mount Martha North Beach (Mount Martha)  Mount Martha North Beach (Mount Martha)
Mount Martha North beach, which is 900 m long, is one of three narrow beaches north of Balcombe Creek in Mount Martha which is backed by boat sheds and bluffs. The Esplanade parallels the shore on top of the bluffs. T Read more..

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Mount Martha South Beach (Mount Martha)  Mount Martha South Beach (Mount Martha)
Mount Martha South beach is a popular beach for bathers, sailors and boaters, with facilities for all. Mount Martha Beach is 2 km long, with Balcombe Creek mouth dividing it into two equal halves: Mount Martha South a Read more..

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Musk / Manton Creek Beach (Shoreham)  Musk / Manton Creek Beach (Shoreham)
Between Shoreham and Flinders, the coast trends south-south-west and consists of steep, 20 to 40 m high, grassy bluffs. The bluffs are fronted by 100 m wide intertidal reef flats, with a series of narrow, sandy, high tid Read more..

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Navy / Sandy Beach (Somers)  Navy / Sandy Beach (Somers)
The beach is part of Sandy Point which is a 4.5 km long sand spit that has been deposited by waves and tides across the entrance to the north arm of Western Port. The point and beach are on Royal Australian Navy property Read more..

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New Beach (Port Melbourne)  New Beach (Port Melbourne)
New Beach is a newly created beach which borders Sandridge beach to the west and Princes Pier to the east. It is backed by high rise apartments. Access for Dogs: 1 April – 31 October: Dogs permitted at all times on t Read more..

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Ocean Beach (Flinders)  Ocean Beach (Flinders)
Ocean Beach lies on the south side of the Flinders point and is 800 m long and backed by high grassy bluffs, reaching 50 m in height. The beach is also narrow at high tide and includes sand and cobbles and fronted by ext Read more..

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Parkdale Beach  Parkdale Beach
Parkdale Beach is located between Mordialloc and Mentone Beaches and 1 km south of the Parkdale railway station. Beach Road runs along the top of the bluff that backs the beach, the road providing most of the parking for Read more..

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Pelican Point Beach (Mount Eliza)  Pelican Point Beach (Mount Eliza)
At Pelican Point, the coast turns east into Daveys Bay, then swings back to face west past Kackeraboite Creek. This 1.5 km long section is dominated by 20 to 30 m high bluffs, rocks and reefs. The narrow, 200m long Pelic Read more..

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Pilot Station Beach (Flinders)  Pilot Station Beach (Flinders)
Pilot Station Beach lies below the old Pilot Station. It is 600 m long; backed by 20 m high, grassy bluffs; composed of sand and basalt cobbles; and fronted by extensive rocks and reefs making it less suitable for safe b Read more..

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Pines Beach (Shoreham)  Pines Beach (Shoreham)
Between Shoreham and Flinders, the coast trends south-south-west and consists of steep, 20 to 40 m high, grassy bluffs. The bluffs are fronted by 100 m wide intertidal reef flats, with a series of narrow, sandy, high tid Read more..

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Point Gellibrand Beach (Williamstown)  Point Gellibrand Beach (Williamstown)
Point Gellibrand beach is a narrow winding beach dominated by basalt rock flats and boulders. Swimming is best at high tide when the rocks and sand flats are covered. A road parallels the back of the 500 m long beach, Read more..

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Point King Beach (Sorrento)  Point King Beach (Sorrento)
Point King beach is used primarily by local residents and boat owners, with limited public access. Point King is a 20 m high bluff, south of which lie two narrow strips of sand, fronted by 50 to 100 m wide sand and re Read more..

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Point Leo Beach  Point Leo Beach
This is the quieter, safer and more sheltered of the Point Leo beaches, but is only suitable for swimming when the tide is in. The small settlement of Point Leo is set back from the 20 m high point, which is covered b Read more..

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Point Leo Point Beach  Point Leo Point Beach
The small settlement of Point Leo is set back from the 20 m high point, which is covered by a wide foreshore reserve. Three beaches surround the point: Point Leo Beach, the Point Beach and Point Leo Surf Beach. Point Read more..

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Point Leo Surf Beach  Point Leo Surf Beach
Point Leo Surf Beach is an attractive, well-maintained beach and reserve, offering safe family bathing in summer, with the chance of some good point and reef breaks during higher winter swell. Point Leo is composed of Read more..

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Point Macarthur Beach (Portsea)  Point Macarthur Beach (Portsea)
A 350m protected beach used by locals and boat owners, but with limited public access and facilities. Shelly Beach and Point Macarthur Beach lie between the 20 m high bluffs of Point Franklin and Point King, with Poin Read more..

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Port Melbourne Beach  Port Melbourne Beach
Port Melbourne Beach is one of the closest patrolled beaches to Melbourne city. However, the most accessible parking is restricted to Beaconsfield Parade, and hence the beach is more popular with locals than visitors. Read more..

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Quiet Corner Beach (Black Rock)  Quiet Corner Beach (Black Rock)
Quiet Corner beach is a relatively natural, narrow beach with a strip of sand and an increasingly rock and reef dominated surf. North of Ricketts Point, the coast trends north-west for 2 km to Quiet Corner. It is domi Read more..

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Ranelagh Beach (Mount Eliza)  Ranelagh Beach (Mount Eliza)
Ranelagh Beach is a difficult to find beach used mainly by locals and the boat owners. Ranelagh Beach is surrounded by bluffs and houses, with the best public access via a path from Earimil Drive to the south. The bea Read more..

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Rosebud Beach  Rosebud Beach
The entire 9 km long Rosebud Beach is backed by a 100 m wide foreshore reserve. The reserve contains numerous facilities including the 300 m long Rosebud Jetty, a boat ramp, swimming pool and camping area. The beach face Read more..

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Royal Beach (Mornington)  Royal Beach (Mornington)
A small accessible beach dominated by the backing bluffs and fronting rocks and reefs. Royal Beach is a small pocket beach, just 150 m long, lying between two 10 to 20 m high, red sandstone bluffs, and backed by grass Read more..

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Rye Beach  Rye Beach
Rye Beach has a very popular and always full summer camping reserve while the Jetty area attracts day visitors. Rye Beach begins at White Cliffs and runs past the 300 m long Rye Jetty, almost due east for 4 km. A fore Read more..

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Safety Beach  Safety Beach
Safety Beach, which is 2.7km long, is a very accessible beach, with a foreshore reserve with numerous facilities and a slightly more energetic surf. Dromana and Safety Beaches occupy the eastern 6 km of the 18 km long Read more..

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Sandown Street Beach (Brighton)  Sandown Street Beach (Brighton)
Sandown Street Beach is enclosed by the pier and breakwater with boats moored offshore. At the southern end of the beach is the large Middle Brighton pier and breakwater, in lee of which is Sandon Street Beach. Two ro Read more..

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Sandridge Beach (Port Melbourne)  Sandridge Beach (Port Melbourne)
Sandridge Beach is surrounded by piers and port facilities. However, recent redevelopment of the surrounding area, including new beach amenities and landscaping, have produced a reasonably attractive beach. A relative Read more..

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Sandringham Beach  Sandringham Beach
A beach of two parts: a narrow, difficult to access southern half; and a very accessible and well-serviced northern half. The northern section is the most popular and is patrolled by the lifesaving club. Sandringham B Read more..

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Scout Beach (Mornington)  Scout Beach (Mornington)
A coastal area with a choice of three beaches (Shire Hall Beach, Scout Beach and Mothers Beach) in one with a foreshore reserve and picnic facilities. There is a continuous, 600 m long beach that begins as Mothers Bea Read more..

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Seaford Beach  Seaford Beach
Seaford Foreshore beach is popular among locals and less known to visitors. This hidden gem is a 4.6 kilometre coastal strip of beach, where you can walk from one end to the other, and is one of only a few extensive area Read more..

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Seaholme Beach  Seaholme Beach
Seaholme Beach is backed by a large foreshore reserve and has very low energy waves. The Altona Coastal Park lies at the mouth of Kororoit Creek and is the northern end of the beach. Most of the beach is fronted by 50 Read more..

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Shelley Beach (Portsea)  Shelley Beach (Portsea)
A 1.2 km protected beach used by locals and boat owners, but with limited public access and facilities. Shelly Beach and Point Macarthur Beach lie between the 20 m high bluffs of Point Franklin and Point King, with Po Read more..

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Shire Hall Beach (Mornington)  Shire Hall Beach (Mornington)
A coastal area with a choice of three beaches (Shire Hall Beach, Scout Beach and Mothers Beach) in one with a foreshore reserve and picnic facilities. There is a continuous, 600 m long beach that begins as Mothers Bea Read more..

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Shoreham Beach  Shoreham Beach
Shoreham is a small holiday settlement lying between Flinders Road and the coast. A foreshore reserve parallels two beaches in Shoreham. Beach Road runs out to Shoreham Beach, where a long car park runs between the bluff Read more..

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Shoreham Camping Beach  Shoreham Camping Beach
Shoreham is a small holiday settlement lying between Flinders Road and the coast. A foreshore reserve parallels the beach with the Shoreham Foreshore Camping Reserve located behind the main beach. The beach is very p Read more..

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Somers Beach (Somers)  Somers Beach (Somers)
Somers beach is a long, relatively calm beach, with most activity centred on the yacht club. Somers is a holiday settlement on the bluffs overlooking the Western Passage to Western Port. Somers Beach is 3 km long, run Read more..

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Sorrento Front Beach (Sorrento)  Sorrento Front Beach (Sorrento)
Sorrento Front beach is a popular beach with a foreshore reserve containing most facilities for visitors. Sorrento is the largest town on the Nepean Peninsula and the centre of numerous aquatic activities. The town si Read more..

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Sorrento Park Beach (Sorrento)  Sorrento Park Beach (Sorrento)
Sorrento town sits on 20 m high bluffs, which outcrop at Policeman's Point. The point also divides the two Sorrento beaches (Sorrento Front beach and Sorrento Park beach). The Park Beach is backed by Sorrento Park, w Read more..

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South Beach (Somers)  South Beach (Somers)
South Beach is located on the eastern Somers foreshore, at the foot of 20 m high bluffs, containing a bushy foreshore reserve. The bluffs terminate at the end of the beach, where the long Sandy Point begins. The 1 km lon Read more..

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South Melbourne Beach  South Melbourne Beach
South Melbourne Beach is one of the closest patrolled beaches to Melbourne city. However, the most accessible parking is restricted to Beaconsfield Parade, and hence the beach is more popular with locals than visitors. Read more..

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St Kilda Beach  St Kilda Beach
Cosmopolitan St Kilda Beach is one of Melbourne's most popular attractions. The historic pier and penguins, summer sporting and music events, kite boarding, cafes and restaurants, nightlife and multi use promenade, provi Read more..

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St Kilda Pier Beach (West St Kilda Beach)  St Kilda Pier Beach (West St Kilda Beach)
St Kilda Pier Beach is a wide sheltered beach. In lee of the 1 km long St Kilda Pier and breakwater is the protected beach. The beach has built out over 100 m in lee of the breakwater, at the expense of the southern sect Read more..

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Station Pier Beach (Port Melbourne)  Station Pier Beach (Port Melbourne)
Station Pier Beach is a heavily modified beach surrounded by structures. Wedged in between the Port Melbourne Yacht Club and the large Station Pier, and backed by busy Beach Street, is a 700 m long beach. The eastern Read more..

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Sullivan Bay Beach (Sorrento)  Sullivan Bay Beach (Sorrento)
Sullivan Bay beach is set in an attractive bay just off the Highway but bypassed by many. The eastern point of Sullivan Bay is the site of Victoria's first white settlement back in 1803. The headlands that border the Read more..

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Sunnyside Beach (Mount Eliza)  Sunnyside Beach (Mount Eliza)
Sunnyside beach is dominated by sandstone rocks, reefs and bluffs. Access - Limited to street parking on the bluffs behind Sunnyside. Note: Sunnyside North beach is only accessible on foot around the rocks and is an Read more..

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Weeroona Bay Beach (Portsea)  Weeroona Bay Beach (Portsea)
Weroona Bay is the Portsea bay beach and one of the more popular bayside beaches, with most people content to walk out on the pier, or in summer swim at the beach. The more adventurous can go out on the dive boats from t Read more..

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Werribee South Beach  Werribee South Beach
Beach Road runs on the low bluffs behind the beach, and the beach curves around into the river mouth, where there is a park, picnic area, boat ramp and jetties. The 1.2 km long beach is narrow and fronted by 200 to 30 Read more..

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Williamstown Beach  Williamstown Beach
The Williamstown beach is 550 m long and runs between Thompson Street and Bayview Street Williamstown. The beach is accessed from Williamstown Beach train station. There's a wide range of facilities and services, incl Read more..

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As seen on A Current Affair, Channel 7 News and The Herald Sun, Small Ideas is the best .. | View


Latitude Melbourne (Heidelberg West)
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Experience the feeling of reaching new heights as you Bounce, Climb AND Fly at Latitude .. | View


Comparison of Aquatic Centres in Melbourne and Geelong
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Restaurants/Cafes/Hotels with Playgrounds
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Sometimes it is nice to let the kids run riot in a playground area while you relax at a .. | View


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