Many years ago, when I first got back into photography and possibly even when I first started blogging, I visited Kilcunda Beach and a few other beaches along this stretch of the coast, I was still learning my craft and if I wrote a blog post, I cannot seem to find it. Anyway, we were meeting with some friends to shoot sunset further along the coast later that evening, but we couldn’t resist stopping here for not only the fabulous trestle bridge but also the rock pools and rock formations. Kilcunda is a seaside town located 117 kilometres south-east of Melbourne between Phillip Island and Wonthaggi near Dalyston via the South Gippsland Highway on the Bass Highway, in the Bass Coast Shire of Gippsland, Victoria, Australia, this whole stretch of the coast is only about 1-hour drive from home.
It was a glorious Spring day the sun was out and the sky was blue, perfect for just wandering along the coast, listening to the waves crash against the rocks and exploring all the little rock pools, sadly we did not find much today often it is starfish, crabs, small fish and sometimes sea urchins.
After a few hours of exploring it was sadly time to head off to our next adventure, but I will leave that for another post…