The safely accessible cliffs at Point Lonsdale are considered a site of regional geological significance, illustrating the climatic changes that affected our coastline during the Pleistocene. We will take advantage of the predicted low tide by starting with a chance to explore the rock pools on the exposed rock platform, before viewing the geology in the cliffs along the beach. Time and weather permitting, we can also inspect the vegetation along the cliff top and/or look for seabirds from the lighthouse lookout.
Meet: 9.00 a.m. at the Point Lonsdale Lighthouse car park.
Bring: Footwear suitable for rock walking and a change of dry shoes for the beach. Morning tea, drinks and lunch. Hat/beanie, clothing to match the weather, binoculars, telescope, camera