Crofts Bay lies 4 km west of Peterborough. The Great Ocean Road runs behind the low bluffs and dunes that back the 1.2 km long bay. There is a car park at the western end of the bay. The western car park has steps down the bluff to the beach. The beach faces south and is protected by extensive reefs extending up to 1 km offshore. These reduce the waves to an average of 0.5 metres at the beach, resulting in a steep, barless beach, with a low, surging shore break and usually no bar or rips. There are a few rocks along the beach and reefs that are exposed at low tide.
Dive Type: Reef Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor