Nestled on the shoreline of Port Phillip Bay, just 30min south of Melbourne, stand the ochre coloured cliffs of the Red Bluff. Half Moon Bay is an idyllic location which was once a summer camp for Ngaruk willam clan of aboriginals. As a local to this area, the Red Bluff has long been a powerful centre for reflection.

Stormy weather view of Port Phillip Bay from the Red Bluff Cliffs at Half Moon Bay in Black Rock, Victoria.