Where're we going to go? What are they potential places? Give me the deets (details).
Give me the down low.
Well, we're going to go somewhere down TheGreat Ocean Road, I think, but we'll see.
If Torquay is a bit busy we'll keep goingand find a spot we like.
Hopefully, it's not going to be ridiculous.
I have the worst feeling that Torquay is goingto be a nightmare.
Dad's like, "You're going to get down there and it's going to be probably relatively easy to get in line to get some fish and chips ifyou're willing to wait long enough, but it's going to take half an hour to find a carpark.
" Oh, we can keep going.
I've got no plans.
So, we'll see where we end up guys.
Where are we Dave? Where is this? Point Addis.
So, this is on the way to Anglesea.
And it's so weird, right? We were.
we just drove down, it's a sunnyday, there sky's no clouds anywhere.
and all of a sudden just fog coming off the sea.
Fog, fog, fog.
So, let me show you this, give you a lookoutside behind me.
Check this out.
Let's see what I can see.
There's just fog everywhere.
Fog, fog, fog coming off the ocean, comingoff the ocean at Point Addis.
So, this is really close to Bells Beach.
Past Torquay and on the way to Anglesea.
So, we're going to go for a walk and checkout the beach down here before hopefully going to grab some fish and chips from Anglesea? Yeah, why not?! Yeah, let's do it.
So, the Koorie Cultural Walk.
I believe the Koorie are the local indigenouspeople in this area.
Check out this sign as well.
And it's actually a nude beach.
We'll get to that in a sec (second).
That's pretty crazy, Dave.
Here comes the sun.
What does it say? Southside Beach has been a declared nude beachsince 1986.
This map shows the designated nude beach area.
So, we can't go there, or Dave might takeme there.
Clothing is optional within this area.
Southside Beach is open to all visitors.
Oh my gosh.
So, here are the rules, guys.
Everywhere! That is very cool.
I don't think I've ever seen that before.
What is it? Is it just metal in there to make sure thatyou don't slip over? (I've) never seen anything like that.
It's like plastic.
So, here you go.
No spearfishing, no fishing, no touching ofshellfish or crabs.
Don't touch the shellfish or crabs guys, butbring your dogs! So, here we are, guys.
We've come down Point Addiscot (Point Addis*),down past the lookout to check out the beach.
I'm here with Dave, and it's just so weird.
You'll see all of this fog that looks likeit's only 100m, maybe less, above the ocean, above the ground.
And so, we drove through all of this fog whencoming down to the beach here and (we) were really shocked because it was a really reallysunny day.
Oh, just going to take my thongs off.
There was just no sun, sorry, no sun, therewas no clouds* in the sky.
So, we came all the way down here thinkingit'd be incredibly sunny, and the sun is there as you can probably see, but the clouds areeverywhere.
But this place is absolutely beautiful.
I think it's been years and years and yearssince I've been here.
And you'll see the point out here.
And if you remember from the Barwon Headsepisode that's a bluff where you've got that cliff, a bluff.
So, I might go have a dip.
I might go chuck my.
get my feet in thewater.
What about you, Dave? Are you going to get in? Let's do it.
Just, I've got to realise that I'm holdingmy phone and don't drop my phone.
How cool is this though, guys? Look at this.
In the ocean, cliff in the background.
It's actually really nice, hey? What.
how hot would you say it is at themoment, Dave? Yeah, yeah, temperature wise? It's probably.
Mid to high twenties (25-29C).
The water's pretty nice too.
I guess this is the part of summer once youget really into it that it starts getting nice.
And Victoria's really known for, what, reallyreally cold water, right? Yeah.
It takes a while.
It takes a while to get used to the water.
Look at these cliffs as well.
See the cliffs around here guys.
There's a little cave/indent over here.
How chill is this? So, yeah, if you guys come down here to checkout Bells Beach, to go to Torquay, to have a look at Anglesea, then I definitely recommendthat you come down here and check out Point Addiscot (Point Addis*), I think it is.
Point Addis, Addiscot.
Just stay away from the nude end of the beach.
Whereabouts is that, Dave? Where's the nude end? That way.
You must know this pretty well.
That's the nude end of the beach.
Yeah, I think that's the nude end.
Man they make them walk the furthest? I would've thought it'd be funnier if youhad the nude end of the beach right here at the end of the stairs.
And everyone has to walk through the nudeend of the beach? Yeah, that's it you've got to walk through it.
Oh, (there's) fish.
Look at this.
Huh? Fishy fish? Look at that.
The sun is.
oh, the fog is actually goingout to see it looks like.
Huh? You'll see in the sky.
The sky's starting to clear up a little bit.
Just a little bit.
But you can see that fog it's moving out to the ocean.
Yeah, yeah yeah, oh it jumped out of the water! Guys, you've got to check out this epic epicepic amount of erosion that has occurred on these cliffs here in front of me.
You can obviously see that down here all ofthese channels that the water flows down whenever it rains, and you can see as well down thebottom that the high-tide mark is right up against the bottom of this cliff, and allof this stuff just falls off as a result of the tides coming in everyday, and all of thisstuff comes down as a result of humidity and the rain and water, water running down theside of the cliff, and this is how these coastlines get shaped.
And, as a result as well, you can see youhave massive rocks like this just falling out of these cliff faces and leading to, obviously,all of the debris down here and the sand that builds up on the beach.
So, these are all limestone, again, I believe.
So, layers and layers and layers of beachesupon beaches from millions and millions of years ago, and you've got a shit-load of differentfossils that you can find in these areas, and I think, quite often, geologists and paleontologistscome down here to check out these areas and find some quite interesting things at times.
These things in front of me are part of thereason that you have to be very careful when you're around cliffs like this, and (theyare) part of the reason that you would stay away from areas like that, especially if you'regoing to sunbathe on beaches like this, because these huge huge rocks as you can see here,(I'll) put my hand on it, they often fall down, quite often, and there have been quitea few deaths in the past in locations like this around Australia.
So, just be very very careful if you cometo these areas not to sit.
Oh, I'll quickly do something naughty andwalk under it, but don't sit under these ledges for very long.
And you can see here, look at all these cracksalong the ledge.
So, (it's) not the safest place to be.
Oh, look at this.
This big slab of rock in front of us lyingup vertical like this.
And check out this, some people have beenstacking some rocks up.
Here's what we were talking about before,guys.
So, Australia and flies, guys.
Dave just walked in this cave and found theseflies all on the.
all on the cave here.
So, I thought I would do something funny.
There must be millions here, literally millions.
Look at this, look at this.
I'll get close to it.
Oh, you're not going to be able to see it.
Woah, shit! Woah Dave! Woah! Fuuuu*&.
Oh, far out.
I'll try that again.
That was epic.
There's so many.
There are so many.
So, let's see if we can get these flies togo ballistic guys.
(Let's) see if I can stand it.
Oh, that's funny.
I'm so glad none of them went in my eyes or my nose.
Check out these things, guys.
This is why you take your thongs with youeverywhere, guys.
Jesus! They were going to go.
They were going to go.
It was that close.
Dave's found some early fish and chips.
What did you find Dave? A piece of crab.
It's a swimmer crab carapace.
For the win!.