jawbone bay and marine sanctuary, williamstown

With its little bays of sand, clear and cool water, Jawbone Bay and Marine Sanctuary is a little paradise. The ocean here seems to be constantly moving with the ebb and flow of the tides and currents - Mamma has no doubt it would be a great place to snorkel or off shore scuba dive here. The rocks and rockpools are great for sealife spotting and show you just a taste of what abundant life beyond the waves. It is a serene and a very peaceful place to bring the kids.

Depending on the tides Jawbone Bay and Marine Sanctuary is a good place for adventures, exploring the rock pools, paddling and swimming too! This is a marine sanctuary so it is protected and has been for 80 years allowing life to grow. 

To get here there are a number of different tracks coming down from the bay trail and surrounding area try to park somewhere on Crofton Drive in the Rifle Range in Williamstown. Head towards the coast and look for the signs oh and don't forget the Jawbone Flora and Fauna reserve is here to explore too.

Mamma's special mentions: Take plenty of fresh water it comes in handy to wash salty water and sand from your feet and Mamma says PLEASE take all your rubbish with you.

the nitty gritty

No facilities
No dogs allowed.
No pram access.

For more info on this area go to Parks Victoria website
click here.

29 Sandpiper Pl, Williamstown

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