Half Moon Bay, Melbourne Beach Appraisal
A collection of photos from Half Moon Bay, Melbourne. They were taken on a visit to Half Moon Bay, which is on the west of Port Phillip Bay, below Melbourne.
Half Moon Bay photos
Half Moon Bay beach, a short and narrow section near to and sheltered by the jetty.
The heritage historic shipwreck of HMVS Cerberus is submerged about 200 metres from the beach.
Sheltering the Half Moon Bay as a breakwater, the HMVS Cerberus has been rusting away since 1926.
Black Rock Yacht Club.
Boat sheds on the beach. Looking at some history plaques around the place, this beach has been popular for over 100 years.
Typically large gray stone brick of an older era.
Half Moon Bay Beach looking north. It was raining 3 minutes after taking this photo.
A no-swim wanring sign at the top of the walkway down to the beach.
This would be such a cool way to have a party. Many boats hang around Half Moon Bay as there is a jetty close by.
Half Moon Bay is a 40 minute drive south from the Melbourne CBD. It is easy to get, just off the Napean Highway in Black Rock. This is the second ‘beach’ I have been to Melbourne, I rate it somewhere lower than Fukuoka Beach in Japan and higher than the mangrove estuaries around Coffs Harbour in New South Wales.