Point Nepean National Park, Portsea

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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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  • Worth going to visit if you like to learn about a brief history of Australia. I personally loved to walk though it is not very easy but in the cold weather, it was worth it! Should go and visit, many ...  more »
  • There are many walks with access to many of the old forts and barracks on this old defence site. There is a shuttle bus that runs during the day or you can cycle. Some areas are not accessible to all ...  more »
  • Information pamphlets were very helpful. And the walk and fort extremely interesting. Our 7yo daughter enjoyed the walk and all the tunnels and gun placement stations. Great views across to point Lons...  more »