The Beach That Looks Like A Picture

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The Beach That Looks Like A Picture

If you have been seeing my pictures over the past few days you would have noticed that I have been posting about heading to anglea for an epic day of fun and today I am uploading the full version of Tahlia's world.

The thing I love most about Hive and it's web3 abilities is that I can share these moments where they will remain forever on the blockchain and no centralised threat. This means my kids will be able to return here in the future when I am long gone and see these moments that we cherish so much.

Surf and Sand
Surf and sand

There's something undeniably magical about the ocean that captivates people of all ages. The rhythmic sound of the waves crashing against the shore, the salty breeze tousling your hair, and the endless expanse of blue stretching out before you. it's a scene that beckons families to come together for unforgettable adventures.

And one such place that promises all this and more is Anglesea, a charming coastal town nestled along the iconic Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. A place I vist many times growing up and still go to.

I recommend it to families seeking an exhilarating experience on the waves, Anglesea boasts some fantastic surfing spots suitable for all skill levels. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a novice eager to catch your first wave, there's something for everyone here. The gentle swells of Anglesea Beach provide an ideal setting for beginners to learn the ropes under the guidance of local surf schools, while more experienced surfers can test their mettle at Point Roadknight, where larger waves beckon the adventurous.

Sand Dunes
Sand Dunes and Castles

But the allure of Anglesea extends beyond the surf. Picture perfect beaches offer ample opportunities for another beloved seaside activity: sandcastle building. Armed with buckets and spades, families can unleash their creativity and construct elaborate fortresses adorned with turrets, moats, and seashell embellishments. It's a timeless pastime that fosters imagination and teamwork, as children and adults alike work together to bring their sandy masterpieces to life.

As you take a break from the sand and surf, Anglesea invites you to immerse yourself in its breathtaking natural beauty. The rugged coastline, with its towering cliffs and windswept dunes, serves as a stunning backdrop for leisurely strolls and picnics. Take a hike along the picturesque Anglesea Heath trails, where native wildflowers carpet the landscape in a riot of colors, or venture to the nearby Point Addis Marine National Park for sweeping panoramic views of the ocean.

Beautiful Coastline
Picturesque Cliffs and Sea

More than just a destination for outdoor activities, Anglesea offers families a chance to reconnect and create lasting memories together. Whether you're teaching your little ones how to ride their first wave, laughing as you compete to build the tallest sandcastle, or simply soaking in the beauty of nature, these shared experiences foster bonds that endure long after the vacation has ended.

Few things you should always remember when visiting the beach is to:

Pack Wisely: Don't forget to bring sunscreen, hats, and plenty of drinking water to stay hydrated under the sun.

Check Conditions: Before heading out to surf, be sure to check local surf reports and heed any safety warnings from lifeguards.

Respect the Environment: Help preserve Anglesea's natural beauty by disposing of trash properly and respecting wildlife habitats.

Explore Beyond the Beach: While the beach is undoubtedly a highlight, take some time to explore Anglesea's charming town center and nearby attractions, such as the Anglesea Golf Club or the Anglesea Bike Park.

What are your thoughts on our weekend? did you enjoy our video let me know in the comments section below.

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I love the sea and the beach. This beach looks really beautiful. Thanks for making and sharing this video

Your kids are really outspoken
They’re happy kids
Such a lovely place!