Point Nepean National Park, Portsea

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
Situated on the tip of the Mornington Peninsula, Point Nepean National Park offers some of the best of scenery on the Australian coast. The park isn't just a nature reserve; it also touts some of the most significant historical monuments in the region, such as an abandoned Quarantine Station and a handful of military forts. Tunnels connect these forts via a complex underground system of footpaths, so be sure to include an underground tour along with your above-ground exploring. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Point Nepean National Park by using our Portsea vacation route planner.
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  • Point Nepean National Park has an interesting history from the Immigration Quarantine Station through to the Australian Army's occupation of the site with the Officer Cadet School and School of Army H...  read more »
  • You could visit Point Nepean 100 times and discover something new every time! The Quarantine Station was a great visit, expansive lawn areas, great for running and games, the history of the buildings ...  read more »
  • Have visited Point Nepean National Park several times over the years but each visit brings new things to see. Parked the car at Quarantine Station and enjoyed wandering around the enormous grounds and...  read more »
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