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Eagles Nest is one of several features of the rugged Bunurong Coast that lies between Cape Patterson and Inverloch (17 Km).
The Nest is a sandstone sea stack that sits on a wide rock platform and is awash at high tide. On the eastern side...More
Great place to look out over Bass Strait. It changes with the seasons, in the summer it usually still and charming. In the winter it gets really wild seas and strong winds.
Lots of fun for families climbing up and down the steps.
This location is a lovely spot with magnificent views, the walk down to the beach was easy going down but a good bit of cardio climbing the stairs to get back up to the carpark, so not so good for the elderly! You can not...More
Lovely place to visit and explore. Kids really enjoyed playing on the beach while we watched people surfing. Rock formations are amazing to look at too. A few sign posts talk about the history of the place which is really interesting. Definitely worth a visit...More
The weather was wild and wet during our stay however this made the visit to Eagles Nest that much more exciting. Great place to view Bass Strait, you have a feeling of being at one with nature when you stand aloft of the beach.
Visited on Sunday 25th February. We were driving between Inverloch and Cape Paterson on the coast road, what great views from the road above looking down to the beach and across to the rocks forming Eagles Nest. A must do it your in the area.
We thought we would haves drive down the coast and look at some of the beaches. We stopped at each stop on the way to cape Patterson. We were pleasantly surprised at how beautiful the rock beaches were and as it isn’t very touristy as...More