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I walked the length of Johanna Beach as part of the Great Ocean Walk recently, what a fabulous beach! Please, anyone who finds themselves privileged enough to be on this beach or nearby Milanesia Beach (accessible only by foot), spend a minute or two picking...More
Huge sandy beach which is almost deserted. Mainly because you cannot swim there due to the rips. But it is a natural beach with sand dunes and you can take long walks. Easy parking and access to the beach.
My first visit was way, way back in the mid-1990s travelling from distant Castlemaine. Since those early exploratory days I have been more than 40 times and Johanna never ceases to ground me. The walk to Rotten Point is a long and tiring one over...More
We first went to Johanna beach last yr
We took an unusual way in there along the cliffs through farmers gates but it popped us out at Johanna beach and we were blown away with the area. Waking up to cows mooing and the surf...More
This is a stunning beach. You can walk for a long, long time without getting to the end. There are toilets in the car park and a lovely camping ground as well (unpowered sites & fees payable).
Don’t swim in the water though, way too...More
Visited Johanna beach during a weekend away in Apollo Bay. Easily accessible and not too long a drive from where I was staying. The beach is secluded, away from the riffraff and simply stunning. I could stay there all day! If you're driving from Melbourne...More
Hi there. There is no accommodation close to Beach...where you get a view. You need to head to the closest town, Port Campbell or Great Ocean Road Cottages...and then drive, park and walk. This whole coastline is national... More
Hi there. There is no accommodation close to Beach...where you get a view. You need to head to the closest town, Port Campbell or Great Ocean Road Cottages...and then drive, park and walk. This whole coastline is national park therefore no 'direct' views over the beaches..I did the Great Ocean Road 4 day walk...so it was on the walk.