This park spans most of the Bass Strait ocean coastline between London Bridge at Portsea and West Head at Flinders. It covers a diverse coastal environment ranging from basalt cliffs, native bushland and roaring surf beaches, plus historic Cape Schanck and the inland forest of Greens Bush.
Located at the tip of the Mornington Peninsula, this park offers outstanding coastal scenery and panoramic water views. Military forces set up a defence post here during World War 2 and visitors can view old forts, barracks and and tunnels. Also explore the many heritage listed buildings that made up the Quarantine Station which was established in 1852.
Located around the southern entrance to Port Phillip, the park features a high diversity of marine life. Visitors can enjoy boating, snorkelling and swimming.