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  • Mornington Peninsula National Park

    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.

  • Point Nepean National Park

    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.

  • Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park

    Located around the southern entrance to Port Phillip, the park features a high diversity of marine life. Visitors can enjoy boating, snorkelling and swimming.