1. Waratah Bay
The town is near uninhabited, leaving a pristine beach where the rising mountains of Wilsons Promontory can be seen across the bay. The stunning coastline and serene outlook offers a return to nature. Not patrolled.
Inverloch is a great destination for water activities – kite-surfing, boating, fishing, surfing and snorkelling, thriving with a holiday population and trendy shops. Patrolled surf beach.
This popular swimming beach stretches nine kilometres and is protected by offshore sandbars. It is a very safe beach for children with lots of sandbars at low tide. Weekend patrols on weekends and public holidays during summer are run by the Rosebud and McCrae Life Saving Clubs.