Clifton Springs on the Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria, Australia, was once a popular place for Melbournians to come and "take the waters", natural mineral springs that bubbled up from underneath the ground. A bottling plant and bath houses were built along with two piers, the long jetty where the steamers from Melbourne would tie up and a shorter jetty for fishing and swimming from.
All have now fallen into disrepair and a walk along the beach reveals remnants of the areas past history, bottles and bricks from the bottling plant and the remains of the 2 piers.
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