Discover the best top things to do in Black Rock, Australia including Davey Mac's Gelato, Royal Melbourne Golf Club, Red Bluff, Black Rock Beach, Black Rock Clock Tower, Black Rock Pier, Ray Besserdin Paper Sculpture Artist Gallery.
Restaurants in Black Rock
4.5 based on 38 reviews
Not as many flavours as expected. They could fit more in by moving the drinks cabinet. All single cones were $5 each. We had, chocolate, dark chocolate sorbet, french vanilla and peppermint with choc chips. All good. Staff were pleasant and helpful.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Played as a visitor from RBGC and the staff were very helpful and we were given a tour of the clubhouse. On the day we lucky to play with a lady member who gave great advice on the course,
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Red Bluff cliffs were where my mother grew up and she often spoke about walking them to get to the Surf Life Saving Club. It has obviously changed over the years but the cliff face remains. I love to walk the beach as well as the path along the cliff.
4 based on 11 reviews
Melbourne's Port Phillip Bay is a fairly boring stretch of water with hardly any Islands to break the monotony.
Black Rock beach is however one of the more pleasant Beaches.
On a sunny and warmish (not hot) summer Sunday, the water was clean and the waves not too great to wreck swimming. Sand was clean as far as I could tell, and only about 100 people were on the beach near the clock tower.
There is a pleasant grassed area at the top with some Seating, a minority of which is in shade, a children's play area and clean white painted toilets.
It was great to see many native plants on the dunes such as the lovely Poa sp. grasses.
Many shops are opposite including cafes, a fish and chip shop and two small supermarkets of which Thomas Dux up the road is the better.
The 600, 922 and 923 buses connect with trains at Sandringham railway station.
Having been recently spoilt by the beautiful white sand Beaches of Philippines, Black Rock in Melbourne doesn't quite compare. But it's pleasant enough.
3.5 based on 17 reviews
This is an icon in Black Rock. And you can't miss it if you're driving around the bay road. it's a lovely drive. It's not worth stopping though. And it's awkward to park near it.
4 based on 12 reviews
Ray Besserdin Paper Sculpture Artist Gallery astounds visitors with beautiful artworks bewilderingly created entirely from sheet paper. Artist Ray Besserdin has been recognised with seventeen international awards, including Gold from New York. The Gallery is ATAP accredited and holds Exhibitions of originals, master classes and group presentation events. Artworks and gifts can be purchased.
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