London Bridge Lookout
Viewpoint on a sandstone cliff overlooking beaches, rock pools & national park accessed by a path.
While London Bridge is the end of The Coastal Walk, a pleasant extension through coast Moonah woodlands leads into neighbouring Point Nepean National Park. The track passes Wilsons Folly and comes out on Defence Road. Visitors can continue along the walking track to the Quarantine Station and onto…
“Delicious food and coffee. You can have breakfast or lunch and then stroll sorrento main street shops afterwards. ”
“Surrounded by impressive sandstone cliffs Diamond Bay is a more protected ocean beach with gentle waves for swimming. There are wonderful cliff top walks heading east to the St Paul's lookout with stunning views over the Bay of Islands.”
“This is an amazing place to stop for a picnic as you walk across the coastal walk. At low tide, it also features a beautiful rock pool for swimming and a jumping platform for the courageous. ”
“Rye pier offers beautiful underwater vistas for all levels of snorkelers & divers. Those less confident to snorkel can walk to waist depth and still experience the underwater world. (There is a dive shop nearby for scuba hire). Under the pier keep your eyes on the pilons for seahorses, octopus, crabs, bottom feeding stingrays, soft coral & sponges & various fish. Follow a trail of photographs, (the Octopuses Garden - Victoria's first Underwater Marine Trail) attached to the pilons showing you some of the creatures that call piers home. There is also a small Ship Wreck just to the right half way down the pier with some nice fish life around it. Your digital underwater camera will get some great shots. Ideal for both adults and children. Night diving and fishing from the pier is also popular.”