Well, I read the post about Waratah Bay, and I'd heard about this cool spot called Bear Gully - and we'd been hiking down around the Prom, so I figured that we could take an extra night on the return trip to Melbourne to check out 'Bear Gully'. It is at the end of Bear Gully Road, in Cape Liptrap Coastal Park ( 38°53'18.16"S, 145°59'12.93"E - Courtesy of Google Earth) (VicRoads 102 J8) It was the week before Christmas, and we were pretty lucky to get a spot. Follow directions to Walkerville South, via either Fish Creek or Wonthaggi. Just before the end of the road, there's a gravel turn off, called 'Bear Gully Road'. If you miss the turnoff, you'll see a kombi-unfriendly sign in Walkerville South: But if you get it right, there's green grass, and plenty of shade. Woodfire barbecues are provided - BYO wood. Clean, new toilets and running water (don't think its treated though...). We couldn't find the tap - turns out its on the girls' side of the toilet block - maybe bring a jerry can for drinking! According to the other campers, a ranger came around every day to check up on the place. The beach is about 50m away from the furthest campsites! But outside of Christmas, I reckon there'd be hardly a soul down there. Check it out! - Rowan.