Start at the lighthouse in Point Lonsdale and walk 5km along the beautiful bay beach at low tide all the way to the other lighthouse at Queenscliff!
If you're not up for the whole walk, or it is high-tide - you can start at Point Lonsdale and take the walking path just up from the sand. This path extends about half-way to Queenscliff.
For dog owners, please observe seasonal regulations for when dogs are allowed on beaches .
Dogs must always be on-leash except for the off-leash beach (see above link) which is at about the halfway point between Pt Lonsdale and Queenscliff.
Thanks to Victoria Walks' Facebook followers who have supplied photos for this walking map!
Begin your walk at this stunning lighthouse, just up the path from the car park (or playground area opposite the Point Lonsdale shops). Photo: Richelle Olsen (whose father worked at the lighthouse).
Walk a fraction further by making your way out along the historic jetty. (Or abandon your walk and have beach time!) Photo: Jude Grant.
These beaches virtually disappear at high tide, so you may find the sealed walking path handy.
Dogs are permitted at Narrows beach, which you'll find at the end of Roddick Grove.
At low-tide these bay beaches are great for family swimming and splashing. Photo: Queenscliff, Avril Salter
Restoration project underway but here is an older photo of the Queenscliff lighthouse. Photo: Nicole Duggan.
Photo: Tanya Closter
Photo: Andrea Lexa