Cape Woolamai is the southern most point of Phillip Island in Victoria. The headland contains remnant vegetation and wildlife such as an important breeding colony of the Short-tailed Shearwater or Australian Muttonbird. It has also a well-known surf beach. To get to the spot on the photo you have to walk for an hour over beach and grass lands when you finally get to most southern tip. An adventurous climb down the cliff with to geth to the stony beach is rewarded with such a view. Well worth the visit and it makes me feel alive after days in the office.