There are a few locations where you can practice sand surfing in Victoria. Grab your sandboard and hit the dunes of the Big Drift (Wilsons Promontory National Park), not too far from Melbourne, or enjoy the UNESCO World Heritage Thurra Sand Dunes near Mallacoota. If you are looking for some beach fun, head to Phillip Island and searchf or a dune known as “Spew Hill“. Happy sandboarding!
Big Drift – Wilsons Promontory National Park
The Big Drift is a system of massive inland sand dunes located at Wilsons Promontory National Park, just a couple of hours southeast from Melbourne. Sandboarding and sand sledding with boogie boards can be practiced at the site and the dunes are quite steep.
Thurra Sand Dunes – Croajingolong National Park
The Thurra Sand Dunes, located near Mallacoota, Victoria, in the UNESCO World Heritage Biosphere Reserve of Croajingolong National Park, contain some of the highest sand dunes in the Southern Hemisphere. Located along the shore of the Thurra River, one of the sandhills is over 100 meters high and very steep, making it ideal for sandboarding.