Cape Woolamai offers world-class surf breaks, stunning coastal walks, a haven for watersports and a vibing village precinct. After a day spent walking or surfing, head to Bang Bang Bar and Restaurant or The Wooli Tav 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. The Cape Woolamai Walk is arguably one of the most popular walks and photographed spots on Phillip Island.
The stunning Cape Woolamai Coastal Circuit is a must-do! Offering spectacular ocean views, the 8km loop takes you past the iconic pink granite pinnacles, up to the island's highest point and back down again.
Cape Woolamai beaches are known for some of the best surf breaks in Victoria. Watch experienced surfers carve up the waves as you read about this national surfing reserve, which recognises iconic surfing sites in Australia.
Stop by Cape Woolamai's precinct, and you will find a range of great eateries and cafes, including Bang Bang Bar and Food and The Wooli Taven - which has live music on weekends.
Cleeland Bight is an ideal bay for taking a kayaking tour, stand-up paddle boarding along the coastline or a beach walk at low tide. Be sure to refuel at the local milk bar.
You’ll marvel at these unique rock formations along the southern coastline. Visit at sunset in the summer months to witness the magic of the thousands of short-tailed shearwaters returning home.