Posts Tagged ‘Bayside’

Who would have thought there were beautiful red sandstone sea cliffs within Port Phillip Bay? Have just done a lovely late afternoon autumnal walk along the beach near Red Bluff, just south of Sandringham. The sun was setting and caught the colours of the cliff, water and beach just beautifully, and the windy, sand track back along the moonah trees along the cliff top rewarded me with spectacular views across the bay. Who would have thought! This walk will appear in the Bayside chapter of Melbourne’s Best Bush, Bay and City Walks, so hope you will enjoy it as much as I have!

Red Bluff

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Brighton Beach Houses

Really enjoyed (past tense – it’s raining again today!) the much-awaited burst of spring weather over the weekend, and have been busy working on the Bayside chapter of the Melbourne Walks book.  Spent a lovely day exploring historic Elwood canal as it twists its way out to the sea, then went for a long walk down along the Bayside trail to the iconic Brighton Beach Boxes.  After the drawn-out winter, the sea air and warm sand is my ‘chicken soup for the soul’.

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