Victoria’s St Leonards is a ‘little’ different to its higher profile NSW namesake. You won’t see a cluster of skyscrapers, crowded railway stations or gridlocked traffic, but you will find a friendly, appealing bayside village with a seemingly endless beach, an abundance of grassed foreshore and a centrally located pier that is popular with anglers and visitors year round.
St Leonards has two seasonal foreshore parks situated right smack on the beach. Both parks are within an easy stroll of the village hub, which boasts a small supermarket, several eateries/takeaways, a few retailers, and the St Leonards hotel with its renowned beer garden overlooking the bay.
Once your reserve has been chosen, select from a beachfront site with bay views or a non beachfront site away from the water.
- Beachfront Sites
- Non Beachfront Sites
- Absolute beach frontage
- Sheltered electric BBQ's
- Family bathrooms
- Disabled bathrooms
There are plenty of activities to enjoy without starting the car. Locate a secluded part of the beach and take a leisurely swim, find a quiet shady spot for a picnic lunch, or kick back and watch the local sailing fleet race. You can stroll along the foreshore taking in the ever-changing view, or take a longer walk through the famed Edwards Point Wildlife Reserve with its abundant birdlife.
You can launch your boat on the recently upgraded 4 lane ramp and fish productive grounds that are located no more than a long cast from shore. King George whiting, calamari, snapper, gummy sharks are among the tasty popular species that frequent the area year round.
If you are after something a little more vigorous; take advantage of the sheltered waters and enjoy your favourite water sport. Dive for a fresh scallop. Play a round of golf at local club or have a not so social hit tennis on outdoor courts.
St Leonards, Victoria, 3223
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