Phillip Island’s highest point is Cape Woolamai – a granite rock that rises out of the ocean. Cape Woolamai Beach is famous for the golden beaches and the rolling surf. It is special for me as the Woolamai Surf Life Saving Club was the venue for our Wedding Reception! The stunning views, the windswept shores and the sunset to die for – unforgettable memories!

Walking tracks, viewing platforms and excellent car parks – take the track to the Pinnacles, the Woolamai Lighthouse and the old granite quarry. Harry Cleeland, one of the Island’s pioneers tells a great story about the lighthouse – ask one of the locals!
Visit in the evening and watch the Short tailed Shearwaters – this is home to the largest colony on Phillip Island.

But what is Cape Woolamai most famous for? The surf! The beach is patrolled in the summer by the Woolamai Surf Lifesaving Club and the Club runs a very successful Nippers program each January.
In January the Club runs the highly successful San Remo Channel Challenge and Dennis Harris has been a mover and shaker for as many years as I can remember!

Enroll the kids in the Nippers Program where they will learn to swim and surf and respect the ocean.