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Jan Juc beach. Next closest beach to our time share. Stunning.

Jan Juc beach. Next closest beach to our time share. Stunning.

Beachcombing Cape Shank back beach compliments of http://www.flickr.com/photos/olivialoh/370788548/

Beachcombing

Beachcombing Cape Shank back beach compliments of http://www.flickr.com/photos/olivialoh/370788548/

Zeally Bay (with Danger Point in the distance) as seen from Fisherman's Beach or Fisho's in Torquay. At the western end is Yellow Bluff where there are cypress trees and more picnic grounds. On the other side is Front Beach (aka Cosy Corner), which is a family bathing beach with lawns and an esplanade that is flood-lit at night. The rock-strewn extremity of Point Danger are views north-east to Point Impossible (thought to be an ancient Aboriginal burial place) and south-west to Bells Beach.

Zeally Bay (with Danger Point in the distance) as seen from Fisherman's Beach or Fisho's in Torquay. At the western end is Yellow Bluff where there are cypress trees and more picnic grounds. On the other side is Front Beach (aka Cosy Corner), which is a family bathing beach with lawns and an esplanade that is flood-lit at night. The rock-strewn extremity of Point Danger are views north-east to Point Impossible (thought to be an ancient Aboriginal burial place) and south-west to Bells Beach.

The Surf Coast Walk extends for 27 km from Jan Juc to Angahook Lorne State Park near Aireys Inlet, passing through coastal bushland, and along beaches and cliff-tops. There are subsections for those with more modest ambitions. From Jan Juc to Bells Beach it is 3 km; to Point Addis is another 5 km; on to Anglesea is 7 km; to Aireys Inlet is a further 10 km; and from Boundary Rd to the Distillery Creek Picnic Area is a final 2 km.

The Surf Coast Walk extends for 27 km from Jan Juc to Angahook Lorne State Park near Aireys Inlet, passing through coastal bushland, and along beaches and cliff-tops. There are subsections for those with more modest ambitions. From Jan Juc to Bells Beach it is 3 km; to Point Addis is another 5 km; on to Anglesea is 7 km; to Aireys Inlet is a further 10 km; and from Boundary Rd to the Distillery Creek Picnic Area is a final 2 km.

Jervis Bay & Shoalhaven Photos and Videos - New South Wales - Visit NSW

Jervis Bay & Shoalhaven Photos and Videos - New South Wales - Visit NSW

Rye Pier compliments of http://www.flickr.com/photos/avlxyz/3143188323/

Port Phillip Bay Eastcoast

Rye Pier compliments of http://www.flickr.com/photos/avlxyz/3143188323/

Port Fairy, Australia - I doubt if I'll ever get to travel there, but this picture of the harbor is one of the most restful, serene and beautiful pictures - very calming, so I just had to include it.

Port Fairy, Australia

Port Fairy, Australia - I doubt if I'll ever get to travel there, but this picture of the harbor is one of the most restful, serene and beautiful pictures - very calming, so I just had to include it.

Melbourne, Australia pedestrian crossing signs. They cracked me up...only legs were allowed to cross?! LoL.

Melbourne, Australia pedestrian crossing signs. They cracked me up...only legs were allowed to cross?! LoL.

San Remo. Take a moment to stroll on the pier to view the boats and perhaps see them unload their catch. Then have lunch with the Pelicans, explore the new path on the foreshore at leisure.

San Remo. Take a moment to stroll on the pier to view the boats and perhaps see them unload their catch. Then have lunch with the Pelicans, explore the new path on the foreshore at leisure.

Waiting for the penguins to surface from the sea.

Waiting for the penguins to surface from the sea.

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