Breamlea

Breamlea, Victoria, Australia, is a secluded seaside hamlet located on the south coast of the Bellarine Peninsula, 18 kilometres south of Geelong and halfway between Barwon Heads and Torquay. It is divided between the City of Greater Geelong and the Surf Coast Shire.

Breamlea is nestled in the sand dunes between Thomsons Creek and the beach. The nearest township to Breamlea is Connewarre.

Thomsons Creek, also known as Bream Creek, runs through a natural network of reedy canals and widens before it enters Buckleys Bay. At the mouth of the creek is Point Impossible which is a well-known longboard surfing break.

The patrolled surf beach at Breamlea is called Bancoora, and is the closest surf beach to Melbourne. The beach was named after the steamship SS Bancoora that ran aground on there in 1881.
  • Suburb:Breamlea
  • Postcode:3227
  • Population:450
Address Suburb Sold Date Bed Bath Car Sale Price
77 Horwood Drive BREAMLEA 11-08-2017 5 2 1 Undisclosed View Property
75 Horwood Drive BREAMLEA 1-07-2017 2 1 1 $652,000 View Property
Address Suburb Leased Date Bed Bath Car Lease Price
50 Blyth Street BREAMLEA 3 2 2 Undisclosed View Property