BOWMAN SCENIC DRIVE
BOWMAN SCENIC DRIVE is in Beachport, South Australia. The Scenic Drive was a project of the Council of Beachport over a period of 6 years with the first stage opened in 1967. Named in honor of Councillor Albert Bowman who served as a Beachport Councillor for 20 years. The drive follows the spectacular rugged coast of the Southern Ocean. It also features few stops where you can amply park your car and explore the rocks, the beach and enjoy the great scenery. These photos were taken just recently during our road trip to the Limestone Coast on Easter weekend.
HOW TO GET THERE
From Adelaide take the South Eastern Freeway to Murray Bridge and then follow Princes Highway(B1) for 348 km and then continue to Southern Ports Highway (B101).
From Melbourne take Motorway (M8) to Ballarat then take Glenelg Highway (B160) to Hamilton, Casterton and then Penola to Beachport
PLACE TO STAY
Beachport Caravan Park
PLACE TO EAT
Water Front Cafe at the Jetty
OTHER PLACES OF INTEREST WITHIN BEACHPORT
Pool of Siloam
Beachport Conservation Park (4WD)