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Gunnamatta Ocean Beach

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Fishing near Gunnamatta

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Location: Gunnamatta Ocean Beach

Surfers at Gunnamatta Ocean Beach (photo: Kim Cott)

2 years ago from Kim CottParks Victoria

Location: Gunnamatta Ocean Beach

Surfers at Gunnamatta Ocean Beach (photo: Kim Cott)

2 years ago from Kim CottParks Victoria

Location: Gunnamatta Ocean Beach

Trail rides at Boag Rocks (photo: Kim Cott)

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Location: Gunnamatta Ocean Beach

Gunnamatta Ocean Beach (photo: Kim Cott)

2 years ago from Kim CottParks Victoria

Location: Gunnamatta Ocean Beach

Storm clouds over Gunnamatta and Cape Schanck (photo: Kim Cott)

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Location: Gunnamatta Ocean Beach

Sunset surf at Gunnamatta (photo: Kim Cott)

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Location: Gunnamatta Ocean Beach

West of Gunnamatta (photo: Kim Cott)

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Location: Gunnamatta Ocean Beach

Boags Rocks

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Location: Gunnamatta Ocean Beach

Rock pools near Gunnamatta (photo: Kim Cott)

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Location: Gunnamatta Ocean Beach

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Change of conditions

  • Gunnamatta Ocean Beach 2nd car park access is closed due to storm damage, the beach is still accessible via the 1st access ramp. at Gunnamatta Ocean Beach - 2nd carpark
    Friday 4 July, 2014 |
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Fishing
Medium walk / Day walk
Sight-seeing
Surfing

Gunnamatta Ocean Beach is the most popular surf beach in Mornington Peninsula National Park, with consistently high swells and rocky reefs.

This long stretch of exposed sandy beach is also popular with walkers who can follow the beach east towards Fingal and Cape Schanck, and west towards Boag Rocks. Ocean fishing is another common acitivity due to the many deep rip holes, gutters and rocky reefs.

Facilities include two large car parks and two toilet blocks, accessed via Truemans Road.

The beach is patrolled during summer and school holidays. Refer to regulations and only swim between the flags.

Accessibility information

There are two designated disabled parking bays in the first carpark. There is no designated disabled parking in the second carpark.

Both carparks have accessible toilet/change rooms that are identical.

The first carpark is the more accessible option for access to the observation deck however it is still via a relatively steep path (with a gradient of approximately 1 in 12).

For more information and photos, refer to the links in the left hand side menu.

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