Great for nature lover. Take your time to slowly explore and you will find many lovely spots for great pictures. I found a ultimate spot for sunset!
About Mornington Peninsula National Park
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Far from the city you can find a peaceful place to be. Views, barbeque areas and more. Worth to go. Especially cape Schanck and wineries
What a wonderful place to visit ... bush walks .. fishing at the lake .. bbqs .. picnics.. wildlife.. room for the kids to run free.. play cricket in open spaces .. We loved the feeling of the serenity and peaceful feeling at Devilbend ....
The park is quite extensive covering outstanding water views and bush land. Try for some of the lesser known places like Greens Bush where the are many wild kangaroos and some of the other rugged walks along Boneo Road. The Parks Victoria web site provides...More
Mornington Peninsula has always been my favourite spot for a weekend away from the city. It can't get any better when the weather is nice. The main street is full of shops and cafes where you can find anything you feel like...a cup of coffee,...More
Spent a lovely Christmas here staying in the Fabulous Hilltop cottage Lovely beaches both sides of the peninsula . On one side the calm bay of Port Phillip with nice sandy beaches and the rugged beauty of the Bass Strait on the other. Nice walks...More
It is always nice to visit Mornington Peninsula. You can do hiking, nice foods, nice towns there, relaxing beaches, fishing, etc. My fav spot is London Bridge, I visited there last week around 2pm and can get under the bridge, such a good feeling :)...More
This is a massive natural park, with a lot of variety in landscapes along the way. If you want natural bush, head to Green's Bush to the north of the park. There are plenty of amazing coastal cliffs and rock formations along the length of...More
If you intend travelling to the Mornington Peninsula you will enjoy a dip in the hot springs pools at Fingal (back of Rye) - just follow the signs from McCrae along the Nepean Highway to Rye, then turn left at the turnoff along the bush...More