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Point Addis Marine National Park

Point Addis National Park
from Victor Bodi
 
Beached and bleached
from PHILIP SKEGGS
 
Sundown at Red Rock Bluff
from Phil Skeggs
 
Lookout at Point Addis Marine National Park
from James Gordon
 
sponge garden
from Parks Victoria
 
Sessile invertebrates
from Parks Victoria
 
Rhodolith beds
from Parks Victoria
 
Point Addis
from Parks Victoria
 
shark
from Parks Victoria
 

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Park Statistics

  • Established:November 2002
  • Area:4600ha
Short walk
Snorkelling/SCUBA Diving
Surfing

The shoreline features wide sandy beaches and the world famous surfing venue of Bells Beach.

The park features spectacular scenery with wide sandy beaches, crumbling limestone and sandstone cliffs, rocky platforms and copious small rocky reefs. The coastline is exposed to intense wave action from the southern ocean, a major contributor to the shaping of this rugged coastline.

Things to do

There are many ways to enjoy Point Addis Marine National Park.

Surfers frequent a variety of beaches along this coastline including Bells Beach and Addiscot Beach.

In calm weather conditions Jarosite and Ingoldsby reef can provide good places to explore our unique local marine life. Visitors delve into the magnificent underwater world through SCUBA diving or snorkelling.

Rockpooling, sightseeing from cliff top lookouts and nature walks are activities that inspire and refresh visitors as they discover the diverse marine life and dramatic coastline.

Access

Visitors can access this park from the shore or via boat (launching point in Torquay).

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