The picturesque seaside town of Venus Bay is nestled in vegetated sand dunes
that backs onto the golden sands and wild waters of the
Bass Strait, as well as
the relatively safe, sheltered beaches of the Inlet.
The small township is a
tranquil and friendly haven, providing a popular holiday haven with many
visitors returning many times.
Back in 1997, the coastline from Venus Bay to
was declared a Coastal Park, ensuring the protection and natural beauty of the
environment for all to enjoy.
There are five surf beaches offering great surfing and wind surfing
opportunities. During the summer months the beaches are patrolled by surf
lifesavers. Anderson Inlet has the state's longest sand spit which also provides
safe, sheltered beaches that is ideal for swimming and families.