I recently visited Urquhart Bluff Beach on the Great Ocean Road. Many visitors bypass this beach as it is situated just outside Anglesey, a popular stop-off point along the road. The beach is 5km long and is named after the surveyor William Swan Urquhart. A Bluff is a geographical feature, a steep promontory or bank. The Great Ocean Road follows up over the bluff at the end of the beach.

I will explore the beach and the dunes that back onto it.

Bluff (2016)
Bluff (2016)

Anglesea, Vic. Australia

Image: © Gary Light
Creative Commons: (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)


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