About Sunnymeade Beach Tunnel
These unique rock formations at Sunnymeade Beach are a hidden gem! A quiet alternative to the many other beaches in the Aireys Inlet region. The configurations of the rock make you feel as though you are on another planet. A perfect spot for a photoshoot at sunrise or even just an adventure with some mates. On high tide you can swim through the tunnel. Do be careful here however, it is know to be quiet dangerous when big swell and high tides hit. An awesome spot to check out close to the start of the Great Ocean Road.
My Sunnymeade Tunnel Adventure: @brodyexplores
“I first stumbled across the Sunnymeade Beach rock formations on social media and it instantly made me want to go seek it out. I drove up and down the coast looking for a configuration of rocks that looked similar to a gorge, when I finally found it on a map. I was pumped and drove straight there during the golden hours of the afternoon. It was only a small walk along the beach from the carpark. There it sat, just beside the Great Ocean Walk. I stepped up onto them and I was stunned by the out of world feel they had. I was Stoked! I had found a spot that has it all! Water, views, and the essence of this beautiful coastline. I cannot wait to get back there for a sunrise very soon!”
Getting to the Grand Canyon
- Travel towards Sunnymeade Beach car park.
- From the Great Ocean Road Turn onto Boundary Road.
- Follow for 500m and Park in the Sunnymeade car park.
- Walk 200m along the walking track to the beach.
- Turn left on the beach and walk 500m to the point.
Sunrise and early morning, low-mid tide. Dry months.