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The Rosebud Pier Jetty is quite long. It is made of wood and it has one metal railing.
We walked first next to the beach. We saw some people looking for shells.
Then we were walking near the ocean.
We had some great exercise. At...More
Pier is wooden and central to the shops, good play area close by, and fabulous toilet facilities, it is nice and long to take a stroll down and get a good view around the bay. Nice board walk off it to walk along also.
We enjoyed our walk out to the end of the pier. We were fortunate to be there when the fishing boat arrived back at 12.30pm. The fishermen throw the fish guts overboard and the three resident stingrays are there to clean them up.
The area has recently had a facelift with a great childrens playground, new toilet block, better parking and part of the pier fixed with additional lightning and safety barriers. It's fantastic to walk up and down to people watch. Keep an eye out for the...More
If your family loves the cleanest, clearest, shallow waters of a pristine beach with mesmerising blue-green waters, loves a children’s playground, loves a walk along a pier to observe Australia’s Mornington Peninsula marine life and possible viewing of Rosebud Pier’s family of sting rays, loves...More
What an amazing and safe place for kids.
My niece and I bought some kebabs and chips and being new to the area thought we would walk to the pier and eat.
What a popular place, families, individuals, older, younger, all enjoying themselves.