Port Phillip Bay - VIC, AU Sea Glass Beaches Report

by Marylyn
(Pakenham, Victoria, Australia)

Trying out a close up shot - Frankston Beach Glunking

Trying out a close up shot - Frankston Beach Glunking

Trying out a close up shot - Frankston Beach Glunking
Typical conglomerate of bits and pieces - Frankston Beach
Mornington Beach Foreshore Beach Huts
Port Phillip Bay 'as the crow flies'

~ beach reports submitted by Marylyn in Pakenham, Victoria, Australia.

You Gotta Love Port Phillip Bay

Port Phillip Bay in southern Victoria just happens to be a great place to collect the odd bit of sea glass or pottery shard.

Many pleasant hours are spent combing the beaches, usually after a high tide or good old Melbourne storm.

I have found so far that there are 2 generous beaches offering up some unique treasures. These are ...

  1. Frankston Beach, particularly at the base of Oliver's Hill and
  2. Mornington beach at the base of the cliff lines and little sheltered coves. Other beaches on Port Phillip Bay may just reward you with that magic find ...



Perhaps we will see each other down there one day? I'll race you to the next find :-)

Cheers, Marylyn

~ beach reports submitted by Marylyn in Pakenham, Victoria, Australia.


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