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Number 16 Beach Carpark

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Number Sixteen Access Road, Rye, Victoria VIC 3941 AustraliaMap
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niche Melbourne The beautiful sunset and rock ink travel on the 16th beach takes you to punch in the super niche attractions in Melbourne ~ Australia's summer is here ~ Take advantage of the big sun to go to the beach and get up. Today, I am coming to Amway. It is located on the Mornington Peninsula, a resort around Melbourne. Beach No 16. Beach No 16 is located in the west of the Mornington Peninsula, near the Sorento and port sea areas. From the Mornington Peninsula inland, you can meet Beach No 16 on your way to Sorrento. Compared with the big waves of other beaches, the 16th beach is more peaceful and peaceful. The waves slowly pour into the beach from the sea, and the gentle sound of waves and the white tail are extremely charming. There is a wooden trail near the parking lot on the edge of the beach for hiking lovers to hike here. Along the wooden trail, if you set off to the beach, you will be able to walk on the waves and feel the cool summer sea beating your feet. Instead, if you follow the trail, you will go to a viewing spot and enjoy a panoramic view of the beach. Beach 16 is surrounded by green, low bushes. The thick green stacked on the unique white soft sand on the beach is a picture that is different from other beaches. There is also a different attraction on beach 16 that is worth punching. There is a rock similar to the "Twelve Apostles" on the beach. Long-term waves wash the rock into a unique shape, and the rugged surface gives the illusion of the lunar surface. Twilight is the best time to watch the rock and beach 16. Stay on the beach quietly, watch the sun slowly fall, with the waves and rustling of the rocks on the shore, and feel a different beach play. There are also some natural erosion holes near the beach No. 16 and the rock. The seawater is accumulated in the cave, which becomes a livable place for some small creatures. If you are traveling for a family, you can play well next to the stone cave, and by the way, science popularization. Address: Peninsula Coastal Walk, Rye Tips: There are sea grasses near the rock, which are slightly wet and slippery, and climb carefully; it is not recommended to swim in the water. Travel with Moke, take a tour of Australia & New Zealand, unlock different local experience and customize your unique free travel.


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