Despite not being far from Mornington, the sand was much softer here, and
there's all sorts of things to see. Walk along the rocks of the marina canal, go
exploring the small caves at the opposite end of the beach, sniff around the
local beach huts. It's tucked away behind a big hill to the north, which could
be handy on windier days.
Also interesting, is the marina canal passes OVER the
roadway like a bridge, rather the other way around. There's a walkway under the
canal which I found interesting to explore.
There is also a lovely wooden walkway along
the northern side of the marina which takes you past new expensive looking
estates to have a gander at. (The southern wooden walkway has a locked gate so no use walking on that)