Put on a mask, snorkel and fins and venture into the remarkable world that lies beneath the water's surface. Many areas within the park and the nearby Bunurong Marine National Park are suitable for snorkelling, including Flat Rocks with its profusion of large rock pools and The Caves which has…
Bunurong Marine Park
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The broad rock platforms and underwater reefs of Bunurong Marine Park support a remarkable range of habitats, containing a diverse array of plants and animals.
Put on a mask, snorkel and flippers and venture into the remarkable world that lies beneath the water's surface. There are a number of good spots to snorkel in the park such as Flat Rocks with its profusion of large rock pools and The Caves which has a large pool opening out to the sea that is accessible at low tide.
If you prefer to stay on dry land, the George Bass Coastal Walk offers stunning coastal views.
Aboriginal Traditional Owners
Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, the Boon Wurrung, Bunurong and Gunaikurnai identify the Bunurong Marine and Coastal Park as their Traditional Country.
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You will need to use a boat to explore the marine park further offshore, where some of the underwater landscapes are outstanding. There are boat launching facilities at Inverloch on Andersons Inlet, although the sand bar at the mouth of the inlet can be hazardous. A concrete boat ramp at…
Rockpooling along intertidal rock platforms of the park is a rewarding way to understand and appreciate the diversity and beauty of marine life. There are gently sloping rock platforms in the Eastern Conservation Zone, such as Flat Rocks, which are ideal for educational activities because of their easy access. To…
Monash University, in conjunction with Museum Victoria, conducts annual excavations on the coast of Victoria near Inverloch. The rocky coastline, which stretches from San Remo to Inverloch, has been scientifically dated at approximately 115 - 120 million years old and contains the remains of ancient rivers that once flowed in…
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