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Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Tea Tea Creek Bay - Mornington Peninsula National Park

Tea Tree Creek Bay is a wonderful secluded cove on the south coast, 90 km from Melbourne, in the Mornington Peninsula National Park.

It is near the town of Flinders, and is accessed by a 1 km foot-track from the Flinders-Dromana Rd.

There are magnificent views looking south across the open ocean of Bass Strait, as well as the dramatic coastlines from the clifftop, in either direction, with waves breaking over large basalt rock formations.

The Track is well-signposted, passing down the Tea Tree Creek Valley. The walk included a a 1 km (return) extension along the beach, to the eastern end of the cove, and a side-track up to the summit of the West Head.

The images were taken on November 5, 2006.

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