Sandy Point nestles on the shores of South Gippsland in Southern Victoria.
Look left for spectacular views of Wilsons Promontory with Shallow Inlet in the foreground. Look right to the pristine waters and wide expansive beaches, all the way past Waratah Bay around to Cape Liptrap. Rated as one of the safest beaches in Victoria due to its predictable sand base and active surf life saving club, makes the beaches popular with surfers, wind surfers, kite boarders, speed sailors, fishing, boating, families, sunset watchers and beach bums. If the water is less of your thing then you can enjoy the bike tracks, walking trails and the great walks at Wilsons Promontory. Still not your thing then hit the local wineries, music and food scene or the mini golf.
The population of, several hundred enjoy an enviable lifestyle year round. The numbers swell in the holiday periods to several thousands. The district is known for its cattle and dairy production but the main attraction to
Sandy Point is as a seaside holiday destination that is fully supported with rental accommodation and the many summer activities.
The original timber “TP Taylor” hall survived 50 years providing many wonderful opportunities to support the community. With the drive of the dedicated locals, the community has worked hard over many years to raise funds to build a new purpose built community centre with the help of the local, state and federal governments.
The Sandy Point Community Centre is a revolving door of community activities, gatherings, festivals, weddings, functions, art exhibitions and a Music Club.
On the 17th of March, Festival of Small Halls will visit Sandy Point with internationally acclaimed folk artist Dave Gunning and Australia’s Claire Anne Taylor.
Tickets available online here
Full Admission – $25
Concession (Aged Under 18) – $15
Child (Aged Under 14) – Free
Doors Open at 7pm