"Known for one of Phillip Island's most popular walks, Cape Woolamai is home to the famous Pinnacles, spectacular coastal scenery and one of Victoria's best surf breaks."
Known for one of Phillip Island's most popular walks, Cape Woolamai is home to the famous Pinnacles, spectacular coastal scenery and one of Victoria's best surf breaks.
Walk along the sheer cliff tops of Phillip Island's most southerly point and be rewarded with superb panoramas of the Island, wild clifftop views and the spectacular ancient pink granite of the pinnacles rocks, on the Cape Woolamai Circuit Walk.
Cape Woolamai is also home to the largest colony of Short-tailed Shearwaters on Phillip Island and is one of the most famous surf beaches in Australia. This beach is patrolled by the Woolamai Beach Surf Life Saving Club in the summer and is a significant part of the National Surfing Reserve. But don’t be fooled by its beauty, the Cape Woolamai surf beach is not for the faint-hearted! This beach is recommended for experienced surfers only, while the safety beach on the bayside of Cape Woolamai provides the ideal spot for swimming with the family.
After a day spent walking or surfing, head to Bang Bang Bar and Restaurant for a refreshing drink, excellent food and a real locals vibe. You will also find a choice of food and shopping venues at the entrance to Cape Woolamai, including the cosy Wooli Tavern!