Point Impossible Beach
Point Impossible Beach is a clothes-optional beach located at Torquay, west coast, in the State of Victoria, Australia. It is designated as a legal nudist beach under the Nudity (Prescribed Areas) Act 1983.
About the beach
It is a surf beach on the eastern outskirts of Torquay. It is about 30 minutes drive from Geelong. A broad uninterrupted white sand beach stretches in both directions from the carpark, and is bordered by large dunes covered by grasses and shrubs.
How to get there
Heading south from Melbourne or Geelong along the Surfcoast Highway, turn left before Torquay onto Blackgate Rd or South Beach Rd, then right at Horseshoe Bend Rd. Turn left at the end onto The Esplanade. There is a carpark at the end of the gravel section of The Esplanade, with access to the middle of the legal nude beach.
A gravelled car park is located behind the beach.
KEEP OUT OF THE DUNE AREAS. These are not part of the nudist beach and entry is prohibited.
The car park and surrounding dunes have been fenced to protect the vegetation which is stabilising the dune system.
Facilities are Maintained by the
GREAT OCEAN ROAD COASTAL COMMITTEE to report issues phone: 03 5220 5023
There are toilets available but no shower facilities.
Take own drinking water and shade as neither is available.
- Victoria Government Gazette Notice – 30 November 1983, amended on 12 December 1984
- “Nudity (Prescribed Areas) Act 1983”. Australasian Legal Information Institute. Retrieved 2008-10-24.