High Winds at Cape Woolamai 

Yesterday we decided to take the hour and a half drive up to the Phillip Island coast in Victoria. After an hour trek over a sandy track we finally reached Pinnacles Lookout. Although the sign deemed it unsafe, we proceeded to climb onto the largest rock to get a better view. 

The winds nearly took me off the cliff face, but the view was worth it. If you are lucky visiting in June or July, there is a chance you can spot whales as they migrate through this part of the ocean. This lookout is worth the freezing cold winds and the sand in your shoes. Bring a warm jacket and some gloves and enjoy the view.

– Shaina

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