A short morning walk from our accommodation at the Guest House, took us over to the windswept beach.
We spent ages clambering over rocks, admiring the green shag pile carpet algae and looking for critters in rock pools.
From the jetty, we watched ships pass through the narrow gap known as The Rip, between Queenscliff and Point Nepean across the water.
A popular fishing spot, rods bent as something below the surface pulled on the lines.
The lighthouse is usually open for tours on Sundays, but not this day, so we wandered around the outside and watched as a gyrocopter flew by.
Windy, wild and wonderful - a great place to spend a few hours, or you can walk all the way along the beach to Queenscliff at low tide.