Monday, 1 January 2007

About Venus Bay

Venus Bay is located in South Gippsland, Victoria. It's a pleasant 2 hour drive from Melbourne and has a lot to offer holiday-makers.

There's the beautiful 22km long beach, Anderson's Inlet, the Tarwin River, Point Smythe and the rest of Cape Liptrap Coastal Park. There are lots of flora and fauna, including kangaroos, wombats, heaps of birdlife and of course fishing. You can pull some salmon from the beach and take it home for dinner.

Venus Bay is a sleepy hollow for most of the year, with a permanent population of about 250 people which swells to up to 1,800 in the summer holidays with many families heading down to make the most of their holiday houses or the hundreds of holiday rentals, the caravan park or one of the comfy B&B's.

Wilson's Promontory is less than an hour away by car, with walking tracks and fabulous beaches and camping.

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