The sandstone cliffs of Tunnel Beach are great for an atmospheric seaside hike. This stormy, wind-whipped coastline, just south of the central city, is rimmed by a rocky headline of high cliffs and arches that have been carved out by the stormy sea and salty winds over millennia.
During the 1870s, a tunnel was hand-hewn out of the rock down to the small secluded beach, allowing easy access. The entire area is great for fossil fossicking so keep your eyes peeled for specimens while you stroll. From the cliffs, there are incredible panoramic views across the southern ocean.