Fort Pearce, Portsea

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Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Fort Pearce 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.
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  • First time visiting Point Nepean National Park. Came on a Thursday during school holidays, it was 32 degrees, we parked near Gunner's Cottage and walked the rest of the way. Although it was hot, the.....  more »
  • Fort Pearce has history and worth a visit but the most important aspect of visiting this area has to be the spectacular view and coast line.Those interested in history will find it interesting as...  more »
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  • A good place to take a break from the hike and learn local history
  • Nice place, wonderful scenario, I wonder why the chairs are attached to this ground and more over in that position.

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