Regarded as one of Australia's best beaches, this south-facing beach provides excellent swimming and snorkelling, and a walking trail to view the remains of the wreck of the SS Speke at low tide. Sheltered by Watts Point and Kennon Head, the curved beach has low waves, with undertows only appearing when the waves whip up at high tide, which is the best time for surfing. There's not much shade and no kiosk, so bring water, food, and sunscreen with you. The beach
is at the intersection with Watts Road. From Cowes, go either via Ventnor Road to Back Beach Road, or via Phillip Island Road and Back Beach Road, turning onto Kitty Miller Road. The beach is around 10 km (6 miles) from Cowes. The low key nature of Phillip Island and the remote nature of the beach means that accommodation is usually B&B-style. Try the Kitty Miller Bay B&B on Watts Street. Amenities : parking (free). Best for: snorkelling, surfing, swimming, walking.
Kitty Miller Rd., Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia