Brirdrock Beach is located opposite the end of Birdrock Avenue, Mount Martha, Victoria 3934 on the Mornington Peninsula, in Julljul Bay on the eastern side of Port Phillip. It's named after a flat-topped sandstone reef (also known as Shag Rock) located a short distance offshore which is a haven for seabirds.
You can see Seahorses, large crabs and Eagle Rays here.
Entry and exit are from Birdrock Beach. There can be plenty of boat traffic so always tow a buoy with a dive flag displayed.
Birdrock Beach faces west and is exposed to westerly winds and waves which, during strong winds, produce waves high enough to form a bar and rips. Best dived at high tide with winds from the east.
Dive Type: Shore Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor