Calcarious sandstone cliffs tower above this popular beach which is named after the 16th point on the 11km Lifesaving Track, constructed in the 1890s …
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Blairgowrie Back Beach - Number Sixteen
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Calcarious sandstone cliffs tower above this popular beach which is named after the 16th point on the 11km Lifesaving Track, constructed in the 1890s to provide better access to the coast after two devastating shipwrecks
Walk along the beach around the headland towards Rye and view Lizard Head rock formation.
A small, unsealed car park off Tasman Drive provides access to a loop walking track that leads to steep stairs to the beach.
16 Apr 2013
Parks Victoria is reminding visitors and campers in Lake Tyers State Park to keep vehicles to formed roads and tracks, set campsites back from the waterline and collect firewood only where permitted. The special values of the Lake Tyers area were recently recognised with its declaration as Lake Tyers State …