Photographs Taken In And Around Waratah Bay
On this page you’ll find pictures of the beach at Waratah Bay beach, people fishing, horse riding, surfing, body boarding, sun baking, children playing, views over the bay from the Fish Creek hills, people walking, features at Waratah Bay Caravan Park, “I love Waratah” sign, sunsets, neighbouring farmland, native plants, coastal flora, local memorials, signs, the surf, seagulls, birds and more …
Where Is Waratah Bay?
Beaches in most South Gippsland coastal towns are sandy, clean and peaceful. This one is used in both winter and summer months for horse riding, swimming, surfing, body boarding, boating, whale watching and the occasional kite surfing (though the beach further north at shallow inlet in Sandy Point tend to provide more suitable conditions. Small amounts of seaweed wash up on the beach here but I’ve not known it to ever be a bother as it adds to the naturalness and general appeal of the area.
Activities In And Around Waratah Bay
Like most coastal towns in South Gippsland, this one also has beautiful and safe beaches for swimming, beach fishing, body boarding and surfing. Only a short drive away are the historic Walkerville Lime Kilns, Art and Craft Studios and several good wineries with the best windsurfing to be found only minutes down the road at Shallow Inlet.
Boating And Supplies
Boat ramps are located close-by at Yanakie, Waratah Bay, Walkerville and Shallow Inlet if you prefer to fish in the bay. Waratah Bay also has a Caravan Park and Kiosk to supply your basic needs but most people would travel the 20 minutes drive to Foster or Fish Creek for groceries, bottleshops, restaurants, coffee shops, cafes, garages, beauty therapy, chemists, medical and other goods and services.
Waratah Bay Beach Over SUMMER
Waratah Bay Beach During WINTER