Cape Woolamai is a nature reserve located as a south east offshoot of Phillip Island surrounded by beaches, cliffs and various fauna including Shearwater / Mutton birds.
You will need to check tide times before performing this walk. The first beach walk (Cleeland Blight) is difficult during high tide. For this reason, we don’t recommend reversing the direction of this walk (it’s best to get it out of the way, especially whilst people are still uninjured). Check the tide before going!!!
Meet at the Cape Woolamai surf club carpark. Follow the road and turn right onto the track towards the east beach (Cleeland Blight). Keep in mind that this is only safe during low tide.
Continue down the beach until reaching Quarry track (before the giant rocks on the beach / old granite quarry), climb the stairs and join the track inland, until turning left on cliff track, passing the lookout, beacon and the pinnacles until reaching the magicland steps to the beach. Turn right on the beach, walking along it until you reach the Cape Woolamai Surf club, completing your walk