Fort Nepean, Portsea

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Historic Site · Tourist Spot
Fort Nepean is a former defensive facility occupying part of Point Nepean, Victoria, Australia. It was part of a network of fortifications, commanded from Fort Queenscliff, protecting the narrow entrance to Port Phillip. It is now part of Point Nepean National Park and a local tourist attraction.
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  • Lovely walk, minus the biting flies, but the fort and tunnels were great with lots of information and history to take in.  more »
  • If you are interested in sailing, there are plants of opportunities to encapsulate this breathtaking coastal waters on the Mornington Peninsula. Pick up a boat with a good crews, leaving from...  more »
  • Must be five stars!!! Great to spend a day in Fort Nepean. It shows lots of weapons which used in WORLD WAR TWO. There still have some unexploded booms under the land, the wind and sands are too strong for people to walk, but it provides shuttle bus service and remember the last service bus is 4pm, after that, you have to walk down to the car park by yourself.
  • This is an awesome place to visit with family.. a good hike walking or cycling.. kids will love it. Visit it when weather is good .. also there is bus facility that takes us to the point and you can enjoy the views ...

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