Point Nepean National Park, Portsea

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National Park · Nature / Park
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. Plan to see Point Nepean National Park and other attractions that appeal to you using our Portsea day trip app.
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  • Entry to this National Park is free, but the shuttle bus is quite expensive at $13 each. So, just walk around the park - it is not long from start to the Fort at the end along a well formed track...  more »
  • Ok so we all know what it’s like to motivate a teenager to walk.. a bit of grumbling on the way but when we reached the tunnels at the end kids were amazed.. waking through the tunnels with the sound....  more »

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