Boogie Boarding Is One of The Best Family Outdoor Activities. Here Is A Little Travel Story About Boogie Boarding in Inverloch, Australia From the Perspective of A 9-Year-Old Little Globetrotter.
NAME AND AGE
My name is Hannah and I’m 9 years old.
WHERE IS THIS PHOTO TAKEN?
Inverloch, Victoria, Australia.
BOOGIE BOARDING IN AUSTRALIA
For the Easter weekend we (my family and 2 other families) went on a trip to Inverloch and Cape Paterson. On the last day of boogie boarding I went to the really deep end of the ocean and I got wiped out a couple times but I still enjoyed myself. There were some BIG waves but it was actually not that scary at all in my opinion. It might be for some people but you will get used to it like me. I liked boogie boarding and jumping waves but my favorite had to be jumping huge waves. That was so much fun!
What I liked about boogie boarding was trying to catch the really big ones and catching the wave at the perfect time and going all the way to shore again but I did not like walking back in the ocean. What I did like was when a friend catches the wave with me because I don’t walk back myself and I know how to turn so when I catch a wave I can turn and grab on to their board.
What are the things I did not like? On day 2 at the beach I felt sick so I was worried it would happen again the next day but it did not, thank goodness. It was the best Easter weekend ever and I want to go back!
FACTS ABOUT INVERLOCH BY FAMILY GLOBETROTTERS
Inverloch is a popular seaside town on the spectacular Gippsland coastline. It is an excellent destination for families with a wide array of activities including diving, kite surfing, boating, fishing, snorkeling, surfing and swimming. The beaches are lovely with natural inlets suitable for babies and toddlers whilst it also boasts some beautiful rock pools for exploration.
The surrounding areas of Inverloch provide for a great getaway. Try Eagles Nest for stunning rock formations, Cape Paterson where we spent most of our time at the patrolled surf beach, Wilsons Promontory for some hiking or even Leongatha for the wine enthusiast. Only 2 hours away from the heart of Melbourne, it’s a an easy getaway, especially for the ocean loving family like us!