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Sunday, March 29, 2009

St Andrew's Coastal Beach - Mornington Peninsula National Park

On Saturday March 28 2009 I went down to the Mornington Peninsula National Park, about 90 km SE of Melbourne, and did a 4 km (return) coastal walk between St Andrew's and Rye Ocean Beaches.

St Andrew's Ocean Beach is reached from Trueman's Rd, turning off at Sandy Rd - there is a car park and information board at the start of the foot-track.

The views are superb, extending SE to the Cape Schank Lighthouse, and NW towards Portsea.

The rock formations along this stretch of beach are somewhat unique, and surfing is popular.

Shipping was observed a few kms out in the main channel, heading towards Port Phillip Heads after passing Cape Schanck.

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