Point Impossible

Point Impossible
Torquay

GPS: Lat: -38.31188 - Lon: 144.36479
Official nude beach
To get to Point Impossible from Geelong head south over the Barwon River and then take the first turn left and follow the signs toward Breamlea. About 1.6 km short of Breamlea turn right into Blackgate Road. Continue for some 3 km and take the first road to the left. Follow this to the point then south west behind the dunes for another 2 km where, about 200 metres short of the rubbish tip, a track on your left leads into the car park.
    Alternatively you can take the Torquay road from Geelong and turn left into Blackgate Road about 4 km past Mt Duneed. You should then find the road to Point Impossible about 4 km down this road on your right.

Reviews

Digby
16/08/2017
Been a couple of times and it's a great spot. Really a shame there are a couple of creeps in the bushes putting the status of the beach at risk. Coupled of cops told me there's a bit of chat that It might be revoked if it keeps up.

Went today and saw one of the creeps first hand. He walked past (thought he was a normal walker) as I sat with a book and then went up into the dunes. I don't know the beach that well so figured he knew a short cut out and left. So I started walking along and noticed him up there watching me. I think he assumed I was going to follow him into the bushes. Kept walking and he eventually came down and went the other way.

Sometimes being isolated there isn't good. Would be nice if there were more legitimate nudists around for some safety in numbers.

Andy
01/05/2017
The best nude beach in Victoria. Easy access by car, 1.7kms on a rough gravel road from the end of the bitumen on The Esplanade in Torquay. Or on foot, it's about a 2km beach walk from the town centre, to the start of the beach. Best time is when the tide is out, otherwise the sand is too soft, and makes walking difficult. Most days during the week (outside of the Christmas holiday period) you will share the 1km beach with no more than 5-10 other nudists. A lovely sandy beach, great for swimming, has basic toilets at the car park, short walk to the beach from the car park (approx. 100 metres in total, 50m flat gravel, 50m soft sand). Alternative access is from Point Impossible car park, and walk 1km west to the start of the nude beach. At low tide the beach is flat, hard sand, about 100 metres wide; perfect for strolling the 1km length, and there are large rock pools at the east end of the beach to ramble in. Come on down and enjoy the serenity!!

Kyle
25/10/2016
Went there today and was a great place to watch the sunrise naked

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