A photo post about my visit to Squeaky beach.
A beach made of rounded quartz sand that ‘squeaks’ when you walk on it. This is a great beach where the sand is so fine that it squeaks (hence the name) when you walk across it. Like all the beaches in this National Park, the water is stunningly clear.
One of the best beaches I have seen in Oz Land so far. Lovely white sand, beautiful clear water, massive rocks and vegetation make this place like out of this world. Parking might be a struggle sometimes because this is also a National Park.
Its a great walk around Squeaky beach where the surf is good and the beach is pristine. Be aware the waves are strong at this location. You have to love those huge rocks and while you are walking towards them, push your feet into the sand and listen to squeak, squeak, squeak of the sand grains rubbing together.
This spot its also part of Wilson’s Promontory National Park, located about 3 hours/220km Southeast of Melbourne you can also have a family picnic here, hike the 5.8 kilometer Lilly Pully Gully Circuit Walk , bird watching, wildlife spotting, sightseeing panoramic views of Tidal River and the offshore rock formations.
When hiking the Prom as is known by the locals., be on the lookout for snakes, particularly Eastern Tiger Snakes. It was only after stumbling across one of these snakes at the base of a tree just off one of the tracks that I learned (by reading not from personal experience) that they are highly aggressive, extremely fast and accurate striking, and lethally venomous. Unprovoked, they also are quite beautiful.