I spent one night in Streaky Bay and although it is a very beautiful spot it was pretty crowded. I grew up on a farm adjacent to the Port Campbell National Park and have lived for 30 odd years on the Central Coast of NSW, so I am pretty difficult to please when it comes to coastal scenery.
I only stayed the night and the next morning headed out in the hope of seeing something less crowded. I ended up at Sceale Bay where I was the only one on the beach except for a banjo shark which had beached itself. I gave it a bit of an assist back into the water and it swam off.
It was a very beautiful place. The bays are characterised by long, long beaches with fine white sand and a great deal of seaweed.
I then headed off to see the sea lions at Point Labatt.