The Kitty Miller Bay walk offers beautiful coastal views as you walk around the headland and bay. Walk to the left of the bay and on low tide, you will be able to see the site wreck of the SS Speke Shipwreck. The Speke was the second-largest ship-rigged vessel ever built. In February 1906 it ran ashore on Phillip Island as a result of poor navigation by the captain. After battling headwinds on a voyage from Sydney to Melbourne in ballast, the ship Speke was forced ashore east of Kitty Miller's Bay.
Make sure you plan your walk for low tide, as access is otherwise limited.