Talia Beach offers good beach and rock fishing.
Visit ‘The Woolshed’, a large cavern carved into the granite cliff by wave action. A walkway and wooden steps provide access onto the rocks to view the cave with its honeycombed ceiling, dark crevices and nearby blowholes.
Not far away is ‘The Tub’, a large crater with a tunnel connection to the sea and a granite base. It is 10 – 30 metres deep and 50 metres across. Beyond ‘The Tub’ is a dramatic cliff face that offers long views to the south along Talia Beach.
The monument to Sister DB Millard who drowned 24th June 1928 is also located here.
More places to see
- Baird Bay
- Bramfield and Bramfield Cemetery
- Colton Historic Town Site and Colton Cemetery
- Fishing Information
- Hincks and Hambidge Wilderness Protection Areas
- Lake Hamilton Eating House
- Lake Newland Conservation Park
- Leo Cummings Monument Lookout
- Lock’s Well
- Mount Wedge
- Mt Camel Beach
- Murphy’s Haystacks
- Needle Eye Lookout Venus Bay
- Our Top 10 Must See and Do Activities
- Point Labatt Sea Lion Colony
- Polda Historic Golf Course
- Polda Pumping Station
- Sheringa and Round Lake
- Sylvia Birdseye commemorative plaque
- Talia Caves and Talia Beach
- Venus Bay South Head Walking Trail
- Walker’s Rock