Looking for a gorgeous white sandy beach where you can walk, run or stroll along the picturesque beach for miles? Look no further than this tranquil beach which forms part of the popular 90 Mile Beach in Gippsland.
A beach which is known for its strong currents is not patrolled by Life Saving Clubs. It’s a beautiful beach that as you walk along the waves can come crashing in on the sand. A place where the kids can build sand castles. Kids of all ages can bury each other in the soft white sand or those more energetic can bring along their cricket bat and ball. Perhaps you prefer to kick your footy or soccer ball and have a fun day at the beach. Those wanting to be a little more laid back its a perfect place to lay on your beach towel and take in deep breaths of the fresh sea air.
For those wanting to spend as much time on the beach as possible, it’s a great place to watch the sunset.
This is a place as a child I loved walking along the beach in my parents stride collecting numerous types of sea shells and pebbles to decorate my sand castles. What magical child hood memories I have of this popular beach.
Other places to explore
We visited Shelley Beach as part of a 4 day trip to the Gippsland Region. Four days is no where near long enough to explore this gorgeous scenic part of Victoria. This was just a taste of what is on offer in the Gippsland Region. Our main purpose of visiting the area was for a family wedding. Click on the below links of other places we explored
- Buchan Reserve, Buchan
- Little River Falls, Wulgulmerang East
- Little River Gorge, Wulgulmerang East
- McKillops Bridge, Deddick Valley
- Ambyne Suspension Bridge, Deddick Valley
- Pettmans Beach, Lake Tyers
Shelley Beach Location
Shelley Beach is situated in East Gippsland, Victoria
- Approximately 327km, 3hrs 53mins from Melbourne CBD
- Approximately 10km, 11mins from Lakes Entrance Beach
- Approximately 135km, 2hrs 5mins from McKillops Bridge
- Approximately 114km, 1hr 27mins from Sale
Have you visited any of the beaches along the 90 Mile Beach in Gippsland or would like to share any experiences of your adventures? We’d love to hear about them.