Just 3km past Shipwreck Beach, you'll find the lesser-known Seal Creek, sometimes referred to as Seal Cove. It's a spot that feels untouched, raw and yet so inviting.
I set out for Seal Creek on a mild day, with white clouds dotting the blue sky. The sun peeked out now and then, casting a warm glow over the path. While you can make the walk in an hour if you're in a hurry, I took my time, completing it in about 90 minutes. The walk itself is a treat, with nature accompanying you every step of the way.
Carrying my camera, I captured some beautiful shots of Seal Creek. The blend of sunlight and shade offered some stunning contrasts. But the highlight of my visit was a 360-degree hyperlapse video I took on my way back. It provides a fast-paced view of the trail, offering a different perspective of the walk.
Seal Creek is a quiet escape and well worth the trek. If you're looking for a place that's a bit off the beaten path, consider making the trip.