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This was taken on a fine summer's morning. Looking beyond the horizon is Bass Strait. The Cowrie Patch Beach with exposed rocks, together with the onshore rushing waves all help to constitute a picturesque serenity.
Cape Woolamai is located at the south-eastern tip of Phillip Island, just a few Km from Newhaven. It is named after the very distinctive landform that consists of granite cliffs and golden beaches.
Phillip Island, also known as Corriong or Millowl in the Boonwurrung language, is an Australian island about 140 km south-southeast of Melbourne, Victoria. The island is named after Governor Arthur Phillip, the first Governor of New South Wales, by explorer and seaman George Bass, who sailed in an open whale boat, arriving from Sydney on 5 January 1798.