Shoreham Beach consists of two sections, divided by the Stony Creek Estuary and the Pines Reserve,
at the end of the access road to the main car park.
The sheltered swimming/surfing/boating/fishing area extends about 1 km to the south head - the northern
section reaches to Honesuckle Point, about 2 km.
Past Honeysuckle Point is the Pt Leo surf beach, a further 2 km.
Beyond the south head is Flinders,.about 3 km distant, with many reefs and rockpools.
The main campng area extends along the topm of the low cliffs towards Hionesuckle
Point - walking tracks run from the camping area down to the beach.
The north beach is very rocky with a vast reef uncovered at low tide at Honeysuckle Point. Further
reefs and rocks are exposed past the south head, towards Flinders.
The former Jetty was sited about half-way along the main beach - all that is left are the remains of
some old posts at the boat launching access point. The Jetty was built in the 1920s and was removed in the late 1940s.
Seeweed is part of the Shoreham coastal environment!
There are excellent views across Westernport Bay to Phullip Island, the Nobbies, and Seal Rocks.