Breamlea remains the most secluded of seaside resorts along this beautiful coast. There is one store which serves the few residents and the caravan park. The seclusion has led to a paradoxical exclusivity and buoyant residential property prices.
The Black Rock sewage treatment plant and ocean outfall was built three kilometres to the east of the town. Otherwise, little has changed at Breamlea. Thompsons Creek still runs through a natural lattice of reedy canals and widens before it enters Buckleys Bay.
Point Impossible is a well-known longboard surfing break and the sheltered beaches are still popular during summer.
More about Breamlea and the coastline.
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