The Tooradin Foreshore Reserve precinct is situated on the east side of Evans Inlet, to the south of the South Gippsland Highway in Tooradin. It comprises:
- Early fishermans cottages on the east side of the foreshore road facing the reserve. These are simple weatherboard gabled buildings with verandahs. (For further detail about these buildings, please refer to the separate citations in this Study)
- The stone entrance gateways,
- A timber jetty and shelter
- A stone picnic shelter
- The seawall, and remains of an early jetty at its southern end
- Associated mature trees including Norfolk Island Pines, Monterey Cypresses and Pines. Some of these trees (particularly the Norfolk Island Pines) have been badly pruned to accommodate power lines.