A narrow sandy beach separates the land from the sea and, off the coast, a series of low reefs rise from the seafloor. This combination
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Enjoying the water
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A narrow sandy beach separates the land from the sea and, off the coast, a series of low reefs rise from the seafloor. This combination supports a fascinating range of marine life making is a great sport for exploring.
Snorkelling, swimming and diving are wonderful ways to enjoy the Point Cooke Marine Sanctuary.
26 Nov 2013
Parks Victoria hosted a barbecue this week to thank the large number of Friends and Volunteer groups for the significant contributions they have made in assisting Latrobe and Central Gippsland park management area during 2013. Parks Victoria Ranger in Charge Andy Gillham highlighted that there are 11 formal groups operating…