A Walk Along Koonya Beach In Blairgowrie, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – We went for a coastal walk by the beach. A really long walk. Took us something like 5 hours! We started at Bridgewater Bay and walked towards Koonya Beach, one of a number of wild and dangerous beaches on the Bass Strait coast of the Mornington Peninsula. Just strolling and listening music. It was unmistakable that not many people had ever walked on this beach. We spent a glorious afternoon there. We exercised on the beach. We took videos and photos. Then we left. Blessed our beach life!

Here is our video of a walk along Koonya Beach in Blairgowrie, Victoria.

Wishing health and safely to you all during these extraordinary times.

We’re lucky to have a comfortable place to stay and food to eat. Thank you so much to our amazing Melbourne family supporting us.

For Mornington Peninsula Shire – Beach Closure Update, visit www.mornpen.vic.gov.au.

For more information about COVID-19 in Australia, visit www.health.gov.au.

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