There are some stunning and truly invigorating walks around Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale taking in parts of the area we suspect most visitors never see.
WALKING AND CYCLING TRAILS
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Point Lonsdale Coastal Trail
Explore the Coastal Moonah Woodland extending from the Point Lonsdale Village past the Rip View Car Park and around the iconic Point Lonsdale Lighthouse. The trail twists and turns along the cliff top, affording stunning views of The Rip and Bass Strait.
Stroll along the Queenscliff Beach cliff top for stunning views across Port Phillip Bay to Point Nepean and the Mornington Peninsula. With the water on one side and luscious parklands on the other, Thwaites Walk is the perfect setting for a lovely, leisurely walk. The adjacent Princess and Citizens parks have fabulous shade trees and perfect spots for picnics.
For the more adventurous, grab your day pack and explore Lovers Walk. It meanders through the Coastal Moonah Woodland along the top of the Santa Casa, Narrows and Springs beaches. Along the way you’ll find stunning native flora, local wildlife and plenty of places to view and access the beach.
Point Lonsdale Promenade
Point Lonsdale Promenade is popular with walkers, runners and bike riders of all ages and abilities. The smooth, wide pathway follows the shoreline of Lonsdale Bay, with numerous beach access points along the way.