Inverloch west loop walk

Inverloch

Inverloch west loop walk

Inverloch

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37 m
2.49 km
Easy

A National Park, sculptures, surf and a shipwreck! There's a lot to love about this view of gorgeous , coastal Inverloch.

Inverloch west loop walk

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A National Park, sculptures, surf and a shipwreck! There's a lot to love about this view of gorgeous , coastal Inverloch.

Description

This is a lovely walk to do with the kids. Our route takes in a giant snake (of the artistic variety!), wetlands, the surf beach, a national park and a ship wreck. Look closely to see if you can also spot some repurposed train track pieces along the way.

The walk is a loop so you can start at any point. Most of the roads have on street parking and there's an off street car park at the Surf Life Saving Club, but this fills up quickly during summer.

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Points of Interest

1. It's a giant snake!

This colourful sculpture is lots of fun for climbing and playing. Take a close look at the eyes while you're there. It was a collaboration between Council, the developer and local students.

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2. Spot the pieces of repurposed train track

The kids were excited to discover old rail spikes, base plates and sleepers incorporated into a landscaped garden.

3. Wetlands

Listen for birds and frogs as you walk around the edge of the wetland.

4. Walkway

A convenient walking path through to Surf Parade.

5. Bunurong Marine National Park (no dogs permitted during summer)

From the surf beach, you can look across to the west to see Eagle's Nest jutting out of the water. Discover the wider National Park plants and animals by exploring rockpools or snorkelling.

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6. Amazon shipwreck

The Amazon ran aground in 1863. During low tide parts of the wreck can be seen sticking out of the sand. Remember that shipwrecks are protected so you should not touch anything and take only photos.

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7. Surf beach

A nice place for swimming, building sand castles, beach cricket or simply enjoying a good book. Toilets and a kiosk are available at the Life Saving Club. The beach is patrolled most of summer.

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Features

Drinking Water available Drinking Water available
Public toilets Public toilets
Historical Interest Historical Interest
Local Treasures Local Treasures
Art and Culture Art and Culture
Lake, creek, river Lake, creek, river