Photographs and Information about Bunurong Coastal Park in Victoria
Pictures on this page include beach views, surfers on the beach, walking tracks, the car park, wooden steps to the beach, moss, rocks, jelly fish, Shack Bay sign, seaweed, people walking a dog on the beach, caves, waves crashing, coastal grasses, shells on the sand, eagle rock, sunset over eagle rock, views through the trees from the land to the beach, picnic tables and more …
About The Bunurong Marine Park – The Bunurong Marine Park stretches along the South Gippsland and Bass Coast for about 17 km, from Coal Point (east of Cape Patterson) in the west, to Wreck Creek (near Inverloch) and extends one kilometre out to sea.
Where Is It? – Being about 140 km southeast of Melbourne makes it an easy day trip and especially popular with tourists, surfers, nature lovers and walkers.
- Take the Bass Highway through Grantville, Kilkunda, Dalyston and turn at either Wonthaggi or Inverloch.
- Take the South Gippsland Highway and turn right at either Korrumburra or Leongatha to get to Inverloch.
How Do I Get There? – You can access the park from the Inverloch-Cape Paterson Road and stop at any number of carparks to see different scenery at each spot.