Childers Cove

Childers Cove

Around 20 kms from Warrnambool, at the western end of the 12 Apostles coastline. A beautiful small beach with a bluff crossing the western end of the beach.

The beach is low and flat, with a shallow bay floor. Easy access to these stunning coves rewards you with large sea and surf, sandstone stacks and colorful sandstone/limestone cliffs, walking these beaches is one of those rare experiences of seclusion mixed with awe of the forces of nature. The name comes from wreck of “The Children” in 1839 in which 17 perished. 

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