Beautiful sunrise at Seaspray, Victoria.
Prior to the second wave of COVID-19 hitting Victoria, we headed to Seaspray for a few days. It’s a little coastal town in Gippsland, not far from home. The caravan park is on 90 Mile Beach. Wish we had know of this place years ago, such a lovely little town, deserted now because of COVID-19, but has a patrolled beach with a surf life saving club, which apparently when opened, serves very nice meals.
90 Mile Beach was a great place for trying out the new surf fishing rod that Tim gave me for my birthday. I had a fantastic seasoned surf-fishing tutor, thank you Garry, and on the very first cast (that got into the water) I caught a lovely salmon. It was the only fish caught during our stay. When the wind is blowing from the East it brings large quantities of weed to the beach, making fishing frustrating and pointless. Westerly winds take the weed away from the beach, those were fabulous fishing days, no weed at all.
Early morning fishing meant seeing beautiful sunrises.
There’s quite a bit of erosion along the beach.
So many beautiful corals, seaweeds and shells on the beach.
Stay safe everyone. Cheers til next time. Helen and Tim