Cape Woolamai State Faunal Reserve is the perfect place if you’re planning a breezy, coastal walk during your trip to Phillip Island.
Cape Woolamai comprises of 308 hectares and is located on the south-east of the island. This stunning landscape draws a large number of visitors and locals to its natural beauty each day.
Cape Woolamai State Faunal Reserve Beach & Hike Phillip Island, Vic
Most walking guides recommend starting at the Woolamai Surf Beach, which is great if you’re hoping to incorporate some extreme sports into your vacation.
Due to the variation in terrain, ranging from sand to the coastal track, it’s advisable to wear comfortable, protective shoes. A range of walks are signposted throughout the area, allowing walkers to choose the route that suits their fitness and time frame. It’s best to research your route beforehand, to avoid unwanted surprises! Less able adventurers may not find the beach walk appropriate, due to the fifty step climb at the end of the path. The suggested walks range from 2.5 hours to almost 5 hours, making the reserve suitable for an afternoon stroll or a full day activity.
Choose whether you want to take in the breathtaking pink granite Pinnacles, the southern coastline of Phillip Island and Wilson’s Promontory or the pink granite quarry at Cleeland Bight. From the tip of Cape Woolamai, you may even catch a view of dolphins as they migrate past the island.
Pack a picnic, relax by the sea and take a walk through Cape Woolamai State Faunal Reserve to experience picturesque, coastal views that will remain with you long after you return home.
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