Sandy Gully Beach is a diving and snorkelling area at Aireys Inlet off the Great Ocean Road (B100) on Victoria's Surf Coast. It lies opposite Kingsley Drive facing south-south-east into Bass Strait. The beach is 500 metres long, and is bordered by 20 metre high headlands and rock platforms composed of red sandstone.
Beginner snorkellers will be interested in the inner shallow parts of the reef. More intrepid snorkellers and divers will want to head several hundred metres out to the larger main reef structures. There is plenty of interesting reef structure to explore and lots of marine life to see. You might even get lucky and gather a feed of crayfish or abalone.
Dive Type: Reef Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor