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Friday, January 08, 2010

The Blow Hole in mid-summer, Flinders Coast





The Blow Hole is a spectacular natural rock formation, on the Flinders Coastline, 90 km south of Melbourne.

The access road is about 1 km west of Flinders township.

I visited the Blow Hole on Thursday January 7, 2010, descending the long wooden staircase to the rocks, along the beach to the east cliffs, and then along the top of the high west cliffs.

My 3 km exploration coincided with an extremely low tide, allowing access over the black rugged volcanic rocks easterly towards Flinders.

It is possible to walk all the way to the Flinders Ocean Beach at low tide over these rocks.

There were quite a few visitors there, exploring the rockpools. The coastal views were spectacular!

Hang gliders above the cliffs gave a thrilling display!

See all of the Photos of my visit!

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