Polis Beach

Published 5th of July, 2019

Polis Beach took a bit of a battering over the winter months. An unexpected river came for a visit, and left it in a bit of a state. We were curious to see if it was once again beach fit...

She Certainly Scrubs Up Well!

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This is Polis Beach. A lovely blue flag beach by a campsite set in an idyllic Eucalyptus wood.

If I Could Turn Back Time...

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This was the same scene a couple of months ago. Looks a bit different, doesn't it?

A Woodland Stream

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Now, a series of stepping stones can guide across this gentle woodland stream.

A Woodland River

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Then, you would need to have a good paddle.

Old War Wound

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We've always been a big fan of Polis Beach. It has decent facilities, thanks to the camp site, and there is a reasonably priced cafe too.

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