Cairn Beach
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Relax19423696612
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May 2021 • Couples
Stunning area, fantastic watching the huge waves over the rocks.
Beautiful surrounding farms, and cliffs along the coast
Written 5 June 2021
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EndlessTravels
Greater Melbourne, Australia35,489 contributions
Jan 2019
Pretty spot best seen when it’s at low tide and you can climb across the rocks and explore rockpools.

Doesn’t look very far on Googles Maps but the easy 200m trek through bush turns into another 200m downhill (not to bad for most people but I had a pram). Not to bad going down but a bit trying on the way back.

Well worth the effort though and will reward the walk.

Bring sturdy shoes as you have to climb across small rocks and be aware that you have a wooden fence at start and halfway mark that a large pram needs to lifted over as it doesn’t fit through.

Also popular with fisherman as well as families with kids.

TIP: car park at around 15 cars there when we visited and can fit around 8 before you have to start parking on side of road.
Written 29 January 2019
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