Walk to the stunning beach at Shallow Inlet.

Starting at the beach end of Manuka Street, the Roy Henderson Path passes through a range of coastal vegetation before emerging at the edge of Shallow Inlet.

After crossing the road the path continues through beautiful tea tree woodlands and new growth eucalypts, then into a forest of well established banksia trees.

Finally the path passes the tidal flats of Shallow Inlet with views towards the rolling Foster hills.

The Roy Henderson Path is often host to a large array of birdlife including the popular Yellow-Tailed Black Cockatoo.

Track Specifics


It takes approximately 45 minutes one way to complete the 2.4km path which is an easy walk.


Easy, small incline. Gravel surface.


Dogs are allowed on a leash.


Manuka Street, Sandy Point

More Walks

There are many more walking tracks to be discovered in South Gippsland.

Some are short, some are long, some are suitable for cycling, and all are are great way to enjoy time in our beautiful part of the world.