Geelong Bollards. Baywalk Bollards Over 100 sculptured bollards are installed around the Geelong waterfront. The bollards chronicle characters from the city's past and present, including dapper young ladies in neck-to-knee bathing costumes, 1930s lifesavers, a Geelong footballer, jaunty sailors, fishermen and a town band.
Bondi to Coogee coastal walk presents both prime seaside Sydney and some of Sydney's best food. Beginning at Coogee Beach then meandering north through the Dunningham Reserve headland, this walk follows the coastline through Gordon's Bay and onto the quieting waters of Clovelly. Beyond Clovelly, the coastal path winds along to Mackenzies Bay, then onto Bondi via Bronte and Tamarama. Finish your walk along the sands of Bondi Beach. Coogee Beach, North to Bondi Beach. Walk 5km. Time 1.5-2…
Grey River Picnic area. Glow worms are often found near this picnic area. These are actually larvae of fly-like insects called fungus gnats. Take a torch to find your way along the tracks after dark, but avoid shining the light directly at the glow worms. Torches, loud noises or touching them will cause these shy creatures to 'switch off' their light and hide. There's a rugged beach for rock rambling, rock fishing, surfing and beachcombing.
Cowes Beach, Phillip Island. Family friendly, sheltered lovely calm beaches from Red Rocks to Silverleaves. Can explore rock pools near the jetty. Picnic on the lawns. Shell collecting on Shells beach.