Commencing from the Picnic Bay carpark, a steep track with some steps leads down to this beautiful beach. Rock formations at both ends of the …
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Commencing from the Picnic Bay carpark, a steep track with some steps leads down to this beautiful beach. Rock formations at both ends of the beach offer a range of intertidal rock pools to explore. A viewing platform is near the carpark.
Distance: 400 metres from carpark.
Note: Picnic Bay has now re-opened following recent closure due to flood damage. There is currently no access to Whisky Bay or Picnic Point.
Picnic Bay, Squeaky Beach, Tidal Overlook, Lilly Pilly Gully Car Park Walk
This spectacular two beach walk allows the walker to fully experience the beauty of both land and sea at the Prom. Travel alternates between track and beach walking. The walk can be done in either direction however a car shuttle is required.
Distance: 6.6 km.
Time: 3.5 hours.
14 May 2013
One of East Gippsland’s most popular walks, the Mackenzie River Rainforest Walk has just been reopened. The track, located in the Bemm River Scenic Reserve is just a kilometre in length and gives visitors the special experience of strolling through a warm temperate rainforest. This kind of forest landscape …