Victoria has some beautiful beaches, over 600 with 500 ocean beaches.

We have supplied just a snippet of beaches below, just to many choices.  One thing is for sure, no matter what you want in a beach you can find it in Victoria.

Beaches are stunning for ceremonies, photo shoots or a wonderful lazy walk whilst on your honeymoon.

If you are considering a beach wedding ensure you contact the relevant council for relevant approval.

The best way to check out a beach is pack a picnic and drive and explore.  Enjoy.

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90 Mile Beach – Gippsland

Aireys Inlet – Great Ocean Road

Altona Beach – Melbourne

Balnarring Beach – Mornington Peninsula

Bells Beach – Melbourne

Bells Beach is known worldwide for the famous Rip Curl Pro Surfing Competition due to the outstanding waves. If you’re a sightseer, Bells Beach is a popular spot with great vantage points along the cliff.

Bridgewater Bay – Mornington Peninsula

Brighton Beach – Melbourne

Brighton Beach is well known for the 82 distinctive bathing boxes which are all in a row and perfectly proportioned, made of timber and bright and cheerful.

These bathing boxes were built over a century ago. Well known for vibrancy and individual touches added by owners, they have become a landmark and if honeymooning or even as a wedding shoot backdrop, well worth a visit.

Cape Bridgewater – Melbourne

Cheviot Beach – Portsea

Cowes Beach – Cowes

Eastern Beach – Geelong


Lorne Beach – Great Ocean Road

Manns Beach – Port Albert

Mentone Beach  – Mentone

Mornington Peninsula National Park – Mornington Peninsula

This narrow strip of coast and bushland offers a wonderful blend of natural scenery and fascinating historic features and is popular for swimming, walking, picnics and nature study, as well as surfing at ocean beaches like Portsea, Sorrento and Gunnamatta.

It includes all of the ocean coast between London Bridge and Bushrangers Bay, plus a stretch from Stockyard Creek to Flinders, and also an area north of Cape Schanck called Greens Bush.

Mothers Beach – Mornington Peninsula

Pearses Beach – Mornington Peninsula

Pea Soup Beach – Great Ocean Road

Point Addis Marine National Park – Great Ocean Road

Point Impossible Beach – Geelong

Point King Beach – Mornington Peninsula

Portsea Pier & Forshore

Refuge Cove – Great Ocean Road

Safety Beach – Mornington Peninsula

Somers Beach – Mornington Peninsula

Sorento Ocean Beach – Mornington Peninsula

Southside Beach – Bell’s Headland

St Andrews Beach – Mornington Peninsula

St Kilda Beach – Melbourne

St Kilda is a well known area of Victoria.  It is packed with activity, walkers, joggers, kite surfers, wind surfers, roller bladers, you will see so much activity you will want to get involved.

There are plenty of areas for you to grab a drink or snack and lets not forget the little penguins that burrow in the rocks that you can view.

Just visit and relax and enjoy.

Sunnyside North Beach – Mornington Peninsula

Thirteenth Beach – Barwon Heads

Waratah Bay – Gippsland

Wilsons Promontory National Park – Gippsland

Wilsons Promontory is one of Victoria’s most-loved places.There is spectacular scenery of huge granite mountains, open forest, rainforest, sweeping beaches and coastlines. A perfect location for a Wedding.

Woodside Beach – Woodside Beach

Wreck Beach – Great Ocean Road

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