We actually first discovered Flinders Bay on holiday a few years ago, but being on holiday weren't paying much attention to where it was or its name, so despite looking a handful of times over the past few years were never able to find it on our trips down south and slowly began to believe it was just a figment of our imagination. The warm water was warm enough to walk straight into, without even the slightest flinch. The sand was perfectly soft, white and fine. And the Bay surrounded by a natural wall of rocks to kept the waves out...it almost does sound too good to be true, but it's not.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you Flinders Bay :
The perfect place to waste away a day, reading books, floating in the water and exploring the shoreline.
Do you have a special place? Or somewhere you're sure you visited but have never found again?