Bunurong National Park

The Bunurong Marine National Park is a protected marine park located in Victoria, Australia. The park covers an area of approximately 2,000 hectares and includes a range of marine habitats such as rocky shores, sandy beaches, and underwater reefs.

The park is home to a diverse array of marine life, including seastars, crabs, fish, and mollusks. The park is also popular for recreational activities such as swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Visitors can explore the park’s various trails and boardwalks, which offer stunning views of the coastline and its natural beauty.

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Snorkelling and diving in Bunurong

Many ares of the park are great for experienced snorkellers and divers. The park can be challenging to get to for boats, but locations including Eagles Nest and Shack Bay provide access to the water for divers from the shoreline.

Rockpooling in Bunurong

Visit the intertidal rock platforms within an hour or so of low tide to see the greatest variety of marine animals and plants. Please be aware that the beaches may be dangerous. Always abserve warning signs or seek local advice if in doubt.

Boating in Bunurong

To explore further offshore in Bunurong Marine National Park, you will need a boat. Boat launching facilties are available in Inverloch.

Fishing at Yallack Bulluk

Fishing is permitted within the adjacent Yallock Bulluk Marine and Coastal Park but prohibited within the boundaries of the Bunurong Marine National Park. 

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