"Ancient crater lakes broad estuaries and the brooding bulk of the Southern Ocean! Water will be an integral part of your holiday experience."
Safe snorkeling experiences require sound land based and in water assessment. They are dependant on daily and hourly conditions of tide, sea, current and sMore Info
Knowledge of local swell, sea, wind, prevailing conditions and sound judgment is necessary for safe experiences in this area. Paddlers attempting these watMore Info
The Southern Ocean is perilous, unpredictable and uncompromising. Some local knowledge and a reliable craft that is adequate to the conditions are essentiaMore Info
Port Campbell’s sheltered bay is patrolled on weekends and Public Holidays from Mid November till Easter Monday. Sound observation and risk assessment is nMore Info
The Gellibrand River has a viable put in point on Old Coach Road West near the bridge in Princetown. The Gellibrand is navigable for around 12 km upstreamMore Info
The Twelve Apostles Marine National Park and the Arches Marine Sanctuary both provide world class SCUBA opportunities when the conditions are right.More Info
Not a place for the faint hearted or inexperienced. All waves between Cape Otway and Warrnambool carry significant consequence and weight of water in mostMore Info