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Knowledge of the tides is essential to safely walk the ocean beaches.

1. McLoughlins Beach Jetty - 1 kilometre, 30 minutes return

Stroll along the boardwalk, enjoying relaxing inlet views. A variety of shorebirds can be seen feeding along the foreshore and boardwalk.

2. Reeves Beach to McLoughlins Point – 20 kilometres, 6 hours return

Discover the wild splendour of 90 Mile Beach on this beach walk to its start at McLoughlins Point.

3. Old Port Trail, Port Albert to Seabank – 6 kilometres, 1.5 hours each way

This trail is a walk into the past, passing close to the site where Angus McMillan first reached the coast and the site of the original settlement. The trail offers the walker a chance to glimpse the variety of habitats that make the park so fascinating.

4. Yanakie Loop Track Point  – 800 metres, 30 minutes return

Commencing on Foley Road, this bird watchers delight leads through thickets of Coast Tea-tree to the sheltered waters of Corner Inlet. Scenic views across the Inlet to the peaks of Wilsons Promontory National Park are a feature of this walk.

5. Corner Inlet Lookout – 100 metres, 10 minutes return

A short walk to a great lookout over Corner Inlet.

Snake Island

The island’s remoteness is popular with walkers and a network of tracks provides access to the many features of the island.

The diverse range of flora and fauna make it ideal for the naturalist, particularly birdwatchers.