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Wineries and Local Olive Groves
The temperate hills and surrounding area of the Church House produces wonderful cool-climate wines perfect for producing olive oil and wine. A cellar door tasting trip is a must for visitors with an interest in wine and oil. The local producers all within a short drive
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Prom Country boasts some of Victoria’s very best—and most secluded—beaches.
Visitors are spoiled for choice when it comes to seaside relaxation, swimming, surfing, fishing sun or seclusion its all here. Waratah bay, Sandy point, shallow inlet are a short 10m drive south of the property, Walkervile, Capeliptrap are 20 min south-west of the propery read more ?? not working
Sandy Point is small coastal community situated at the entrance of a narrow peninsula that fronts both Waratah Bay and Shallow Inlet with its adjacent wetlands.
Sandy Point Road leads to Shallow Inlet where the compacted sand at the end of the road allows visitors to drive their vehicles right out onto the beach and close to the water’s edge. Shallow Inlet is popular with windsurfers and sailing’s world speed record was set here. Spectacular views across Shallow Inlet and down to Wilsons Promontory can be enjoyed by climbing the sand dunes and enjoying breathtaking views in all directions
Shallow Inlet Coastal Marine Park,Drive you car onto the hard beach at low tide
Waratah Bay is located at the northern end of the bay which the town is named after, and a few minutes drive west of Sandy Point which also fronts the same bay. Waratah Bay is the place to go for a quiet, secluded beach front. There are no shops in the town. The beaches at Waratah Bay are popular with surfers and swimmers, offering great expanses of sandy coastline with the attractive backdrop of mountain peaks along Wilsons Promontory’s west coast in the distance.
Walkerville and the Cape Liptrap coast
you can take several days exploring the beaches and attractions
– The area surrounding Walkerville is renowned for its rock formations. There is a report which describes them as, “one of the most interesting and complex geological sequences in Victoria”.From 1875 through the early 1900’s, the Lime Industry employed up to 80 people, until the hills were quarried-out. The remains give us an indication of the power of the sea as well as an interesting place to explore.At the end of a no-through road, to the south Walkerville beach are the the burnt out lime kilns left over from past activity and are incredible to explore.
There is a historic cemetery and the Cape Liptrap lighthouse at the south-east most tip of Victoria, is a must-see experience. Take a walk around Point Smythe, Waratah Bay or Andersons Inlet. Or do the short Limeburners Walk or the 1.2 kilometer Overlook Walk. See the historic Cemetery,
go swimming, fishing or boating, or just spend an afternoon exploring the rock pools and the remains of the lime kilns.