The Point Cook Coastal Park is your gateway to a beautiful natural area just outside of Melbourne. It features a dynamic landscape with abundant birdlife, a sandy foreshore, a historic bluestone homestead and a marine reserve.
This nature refuge is just 30kms from the Melbourne CBD and a favourite weekend destination amongst families, hikers, birdwatchers and nature lovers alike.
Point Cook Coastal Park Playground & Marine Sanctuary
The Point Cook Coastal Park welcomes you to a different world; featuring over 250 fauna species. Bird lovers often come here during the migratory season when an abundance of birds take shelter within the trees and wetlands during the long Victorian summer. The endangered orange-bellied parrot can also be spotted here.
When it comes to historical attractions, the Point Cook Coastal Park offers excellent choices for history buffs. The bluestone homestead is a top historic attraction, with visitors able to tour this property whilst visiting the park.
Nature lovers will certainly be excited to discover the vast varieties of flora and fauna and near the park boardwalk.