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The seaside town of Point Lonsdale lies at the entrance to Melbourne's Port Phillip Bay. This stretch of water is one of the most dangerous in the country and is colloquially known as "The Rip". When a big sea is running waves have been seen breaking over the Point Lonsdale jetty - scary!

Ships frequently pass by Point Lonsdale and surfers can be viewed along the back beach.
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A local bus service runs from Geelong but I have no details. Suggest a Google search will give you the required information.

A car will give you the flexibility to get to the locations when you want.
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07:36 17:07
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38°17'29.076" S 144°36'51.756" E

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