07 Jan FRIDAY FILES – Travel Local
For this week’s Friday Files we would like to showcase three local beach destinations that are sure to satisfy the inner adventurer in us all.
Mornington Peninsula, Victoria
The Mornington Peninsula is home to the famous bathing boxes, found on beaches from Mount Eliza and Dromana to Rosebud and Portsea. They have fast become known as the peninsula’s summer symbol and tourist destination in their own right.
Mount Eliza, Dromana Rosebud and Portsea are seaside towns located in the South East of Melbourne, under 90 kilometres from the CBD.
The Mornington Peninsula offers suburban seaside getaways with activities for the whole family.
Long Beach, Ben Boyd National Park NSW
Ben Boyd National Park is found along the south coast of NSW. This national wonder homes Long beach which is framed by The Pinnacles.
The Pinnacles are a spectacular-coloured rock formation. The contrast between the reds and whites of the rock, and the green heath and blue sea creates a breathtaking scene. These natural wonders date back to 65 million years.
Long Beach is a two-kilometre white sand beach with magnificent turquoise water on the Beecroft Peninsula. With the Pinnacles visible from above, the white sands mark the level of an ancient water table. Ben Boyd National Park offers both a beach and mountainous vacation in one.
Cape Hillsborough, Mackay QLD
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Photo by @wanderreds
A natural paradise awaits 50 kilometres north of Mackay, where rainforest meets the sea. Casuarina Beach in Cape Hillsborough National Park is famous for their iconic sunrises that can be enjoyed while being surrounded by wallabies and kangaroos.
Wildlife and nature meet for an unforgettable escape.
We hope all of our clients enjoy a restful and fun Summer holiday break.