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Saturday, October 31, 2009

Dimmick's Beach - Blairgowrie - Mornington Peninsula National Park

Dimmick's Beach is a beautiful secluded section of coastline in the Mornington Peninsula National Park, about 80 km south of Melbourne, in the district of Blairgowrie.

It is reached by a foot track passing through interesting coastal bushland.

My visit started from a small car park at the corner of Tasman Drive and Harold Rd, then following the orange markers to the beach.

There are other tracks leading to the beach from Tasman Drive.

The coastal views are spectacular - at the western end of the beach is Jessie Kirwood's Rock, a rugged formation extending into Bass Strait.

Wooden seats are placed overlooking the Beach - one is quaintly signed as "The Office" !

The main access track forms part of the long Coastal Trail which runs from Portsea through to Cape Schanck.

My visit was on Monday afternoon, October 26, 2009.

See the full set of Photos of my visit!

1 comment:

  1. There are some really great walks through Mornington Peninsula. Glad to see someone talking the time to document them. Well done!