Seaford Beach is located at 127-128 Nepean Hwy, Seaford VIC 3198.
Seaford Beach is known for its unique “Seaford Half Moon Bay,” which is a natural cove formed by the cliffs at the southern end of the beach. The bay is popular for swimming, fishing, and boating, and it’s also a great spot for scuba diving. In fact, Seaford Beach is one of the few places in Port Phillip Bay where you can shore dive, and it’s home to a variety of marine life, including seahorses, stingrays, and colorful fish. The area is also significant for its cultural heritage, as it was used as a training ground for Australian soldiers during World War II. Today, the Seaford Life Saving Club is based at the beach, and it’s a popular spot for families and beachgoers looking for a quieter, more relaxed atmosphere.