Point Bunbury is a nice site for diving and snorkelling on Victoria's Otway Coast at Apollo Bay. It lies south of the Apollo Bay Golf Course and separates Apollo Bay and Mounts Bay. Point Bunbury points east-south-east and is exposed to swell from the south and south-west.
The Apollo Bay Harbour and Borrow Beach lie on the northern side of Point Bunbury.
On the southern side is Point Bunbury Beach, a south facing beach suitable for diving and snorkelling with an irregular shaped reef along its shore. Point Bunbury Beach is a 500 metre long strip of sand backed by a low dune and the golf course, and fronted by a continuous rock platform and reefs. The beach is awash at high tide while the platform is exposed at low tide. To the west he beach ends at the mouth of the Barham River in Mounts Bay.
Both sides of Point Bunbury make for interesting dives as you explore the series of small reefs.
Dive Type: Reef Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor