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Elwood beach has a long expanse of sand so one can relax on the beach or play frisbee or beach cricket or meditate on the rocks
Sailing boats glide past catching the wind
There is a rotunda cafetaria which makes the best coffee and sells...More
From St Kilda Beach to Point Ormond, the beaches disappear. At Elwood they recommence with the usual Port Philip beaches that are clean, wide, and sandy. Facilities such as public toilets and car parking can be found and there is the long distance cycle/pedestrian path...More
Plenty of people at this bayside beach and small waves for children to play in. Good facilities such as public toilets and electric BBQs. A bike track runs all along it from the restaurant/bar Riva at the city end to Brighton.
At the Brighton end,...More
Nice, modern seaside location that is very quaint. Good place to have a sunbake or a walk, but if you come to Australia and consider this a 'beach' then try any actual coastal city. Despite being very popular, there isn't many options for a quick...More
Elwood beach is one of the popular spot in Melbourne, for walk, bbq, picnic, jogging, also u can sun bathing there 😉😉, the view is very instagrammable, nice view from the top of the hill. Check it out guys.
One of the busiest beaches along the bay. On a hot day it is packed and quite noisy. Water is generally nice unless there’s been recent rain. If you want a quieter beach, then drive a bit further out to Hampton, sandringham or black rock.
I walk along this stretch of beach on a regular basis. The walking path is wide and pedestrianised as there is a separate path for cyclists. It is well lit, so is ideal for evening walks after dinner.
Nothing blows out the cobwebs like walking,...More
Elwood Beach is much quieter and chilled out than it’s cousin St Kilda Beach just North and has a walking track (the Foreshore trail which runs from Port Melbourne to Elwood) running parallel to the water surrounded by Elwood Park (complete with playgrounds and picnic...More