We set out in our sea kayaks from Port Albert, east of Wilson’s Promontory National Park, and kayaked 22km to Snake Island. We set up camp on the beach, cracked a couple of beers and soon had a roaring driftwood fire. We had a great view of the final sunset of the southern summer. Daylight savings ended the next day and we begin the slow inexorable slide into the winter. We celebrated the end of the warm season with this fine adventure circumnavigating Sunday Island and ending up back at Port Albert after a 33 km round trip.
Map of our route