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Powlett River

Photographs, Information And Map Of Powlett River – Victoria

Powlett River is a short stream of water which flows in between Wonthaggi, Dalyston and Kilcunda on the Bass Coast in South Gippsland. You can access the Mouth Of The Powlett River from the Bass Highway just south west of Dalyston.

A short stroll along a tee tree lined walkway will take you to where the River joins the sea.

There’s a Caravan Park, picnic area and not much else, but the scenery is pretty and the location is peaceful and native wildlife can often be viewed from the car as you drive into the area.

Other interesting towns to visit close to the Powlett River include Archies Creek and Kilcunda.

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5 Comments

  1. R . Johnstone R . Johnstone
    March 19, 2012    

    Orange Bellied Parrot sited in this area around the mouth of river. Information can be obtained from Birdlife Australia

  2. R . Johnstone R . Johnstone
    March 19, 2012    

    Brings back many old surfing memories

  3. R . Johnstone R . Johnstone
    March 21, 2012    

    I often caught the train from platform 1 in Melbourne and I knew that I was close to the surf when the train reached the Anderson station. If I was lucky I could see how big the swell was.

  4. R . Johnstone R . Johnstone
    March 21, 2014    

    The Powlett River is a great place to fish.

  5. March 22, 2014    

    We greatly appreciate the information you’ve added to this page. So much fun to read. Thank you.

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