Point Impossible is very typical of much of Victoria's southern coastline with a very wide expanse of sand sloping up to a backdrop of huge vegetated sand dunes. While the beach itself is an excellent clothing optional location, it can get quite windy on occasions, so get along prepared with a beach shelter or wind break.
To get to Point Impossible from Geelong take the Torquay road from Geelong and turn left into Blackgate Road about 4 km past Mt Duneed (or South Beach Rd, another km or so if you miss Blackgate Rd). Turn right into Horseshoe Bend Rd and keep driving until you hit a roundabout (where Horseshoe Bend Rd and The Esplanade meet). Turn left, and keep driving straight, through another roundabout (where The Esplanade and Sands Bvld meet) and shortly after you should hit a gravel road.
At the very end of the gravel road is a carpark with toilets at the far end. Near the toilets is the path to the beach. The path enters Pt Impossible CO beach almost halfway along, so you can go clothes free both to the left and the right of the path.
Don't forget that the CO area is from the foot of the dunes out to 100m offshore. At no time are you permitted to be in the dunes (nude or otherwise) as they are a protected environmental area.
Due to problems experienced with inappropriate behaviour in the dunes in the past (unauthorised fires, alcohol and sexual activity), Pt Impossible is now regularly patrolled by authorities and members of the various nudist associations. Inappropriate behaviour will not be tolerated if you see any, call the police and report it like you would on any other beach!!
As of January 2012, Police on regular patrols have been handing out $200 on-the-spot fines for anyone found in or seen leaving the dune areas. Thanks goes to the vigilant local nudists who have assisted the local council and police in their efforts to clean the beach up, making it a great family-friendly beach for textiles and nudists alike!