Photos And Useful Information About Woodside Beach
The small township and surrounding area of Woodside on the South Gippsland Highway between Yarram (20 kilometers away) and Sale (53 kilometers away) is host to less than 300 permanent residents but grows in number over the holiday periods. Technically Woodside is part of Wellington Shire and Woodside Beach is classified as the beginning (southern end) of the Ninety Mile Beach.
How To Get To Woodside Beach
Take the Princes Highway out of Melbourne and travel through Warragul and Moe, then turn right at Traralgon.
Alternatively you could find your way to the South Gippsland Highway, drive through Korumburra, Leongatha, Koonwarra, Meeniyan, Stoney Creek, Foster, Toora, Agnes, Welshpool, Hedley, Alberton and Yarram prior to reaching Woodside.
When travelling from New South Wales take the Princes Highway to Sale then turn onto the South Gippsland Highway. A ten kilometer drive towards the coast from the Woodside township will take you to Woodside Beach which is known to be the beginning of the beautiful Ninety Mile Beach.
About The Facilities At Woodside Beach
There are toilets, caravan park, playground and a large sheltered picnic and barbecue area, along with the Surf Life Saving Club Rooms. The swimming beach here is patrolled over the summer months and camping spots are available in the huge caravan park located adjacent to the beach just a short walk over the sand dune.
Photographs Of Woodside Beach
Below you will find photographs taken on the Ninety Mile Beach near Woodside over summertime, where lifeguards patrol the peaceful beaches and the sand is always clean and white. One of the most beautiful parts of the east coast of Australia and very nice to go boating, sailing, cruising or fishing from the many boat ramps available in the area. Maybe you’d even consider taking an adventure cruise on the local luxury catamaran while you’re there, with the chance to see whale, dolphins, shark, seals and other marine creatures and wildlife.
Pictures on this page include lifeguards, patrol boats, flags, people swimming, the playground, the beach, barbecue area, seagull, sand, swimmers, people sun baking and more … The photos on our website are also free to use under a special license. Read more about that on the Contact page.