Before I take you away, I thought i’d let you in on one of my favourite places in Victoria. This Beach is located at the very point of the Mornington Peninsula. It’s part of the Point Nepean National park which is home to Fort Nepean. Built in 1882, Fort Nepean was in service until the end of World War II. Today you can still explore the tunnels leading to gun emplacements, ammunition stores and bunkers.. I freak out every time I walk through the tunnels. There is a walk that passes Cheviot Beach, where Prime Minister Harold Holt disappeared in 1967, and The Rip, the treacherous divide between Point Nepean and Point Lonsdale. Its a beautiful walk / run – 3.5km one way. If you’re down this way check it out!
This beach is secluded with crystal clear water & untouched natural beauty. Perfection.
Demi and I ventured down here a few weeks back to do a cheeky photoshoot for one of my upcoming projects // lil.j // We walked about 10km to find a piece of drift wood. The sun was warm & the water cool. A few snaps from the day below, see the very bottom for details.
Bikinis / @ohanaswim & @palmswimwear
Jewels / @madebylittle.j
Tan / @lunabronze