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Large expanse of white sand and clean water. At one end it’s shallow and waveless and ideal for small children. Further on it has small waves and suitable for swimming for adults and older children. Patrolled beach and lots of parkland behind the beach. Views...More
The foreshore at Point Leo is a good spot for camping with grassed areas and tee tree and the beach is well protected although rocky and safe for kids and families from what one cans see. As beaches go it is fairly average but it...More
Well, this was an interesting weekend. For a couple that doesn't like camping, this is the way to go. We arrived on Friday for a 2 day extravaganza 50th birthday. We all hired glamping tents for the weekend. Everything was included and all we had...More
Don't be confused by my comment about whether there is a gratuity or not here. In summer you have to pay at the toll booth to go through to the beach. During winter it isn't manned by anyone. The waves are good for beginners and...More
There are no beach huts at Point Leo, or old houses in the background. This photo must be another beach on the Mornington Peninsula. I spent every Summer holiday at Point Leo on a non powered site for at least 20 years from the age...More