Get ready to discover some of Victoria's most spectacular and pristine unspoilt beaches. Surf the fabulous waves at Venus Bay or Sandy Point. Paddle in the shallow rock pools at Walkerville, or take a walk along the magnificent Ninety Mile beach.
Powerful tides entice surfers throughout the year and are frequented by swimmers. Not for the faint-hearted − always swim between the flags. Patrolled by lifesavers in summer months.
Famous for its historic lime kilns, Walkerville has rock pools and little sandy coves to explore. Enjoy walking, fishing, or simply relaxing. Surf lifesavers do not patrol this beach.
Low-key beaches and foreshore reserve, popular for picnics and fishing. Inverloch surf beach is patrolled by surf lifesavers in the summer months; the inlet beaches are not patrolled.
Safe surf beach framed by the majestic mountains of the Prom. Ideal conditions for windsurfers. Patrolled by lifesavers in summer months.
Shallow waters and sandy beach make Port Welshpool an ideal spot for young children. Surf lifesavers do not operate at this beach.
Popular, safe beach for swimming and surfing, with fishing off the rocks. Patrolled by surf lifesavers in summer months.
The west coast of the Prom features a number of beautiful beaches, most of which can be reached with a short walk. As coastal dunes are fragile environments, it is recommended you keep to the walking track.
With multiple access points, Norman Bay beach is the safest beach for swimming near Wilsons Prom. Surfers should keep to south of Ramp 5 to protect swimmers. Access from second ramp at Norman Bay beach car park at Tidal River. Surf lifesavers patrol this beach in summer.
Rounded grains of quartz on Squeaky Beach make a squeaking sound when you walk in the dry sand − hence its name. Rock formations at the north end of the beach create a maze of passages for exploration. Access from Squeaky Beach car park. Surf lifesavers do not patrol this beach.
Picnic Bay Beach
A steep track leads down to this beach, which has rock formations at both ends offering a range of rock pool habitats to explore. A viewing platform is located near the car park. Access from the Picnic Bay car park or from the walking track at Squeaky Beach car park. Surf lifesavers do not patrol this beach.
Whisky Bay Beach
Small sheltered beach with rock formations at both ends. The access track passes through a gully and follows a small creek before passing over a sand dune to the beach. Access from the Whisky Bay car park or via the Picnic Point track at the north of Picnic Bay. Surf lifesavers do not patrol this beach.
Sheltered waters provide a secluded and peaceful setting for a wide range of water-based activities. Ideal for those with small children, and renowned for windsurfing. Surf lifesavers do not operate at this beach.
A long and magnificent stretch of white sand beach overlooking majestic Wilsons Prom, where you can enjoy a leisurely stroll. Swimming is safest at Sandy Point, halfway along, on the bar between the flags. Sandy Point is patrolled in summer.
Woodside Beach is recognised as the start of the Ninety Mile Beach. Good for surfing and fishing, and swimming is safe between the flags. Camping is available in the caravan park located adjacent to the beach. Lifesavers patrol over summer.