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Swim and snorkel with dolphins, seals and and sea dragons, cast a line on a fishing charter, or just sit back and enjoy a sightseeing cruise off the shores of the Mornington Peninsula.
Polperro Dolphin Swims
Watch from the deck or dive right in and greet Port Phillip Bay's curious bottlenose dolphins, or head out to splash around with friendly seals.
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Sea All Dolphin Swims
Sea All Dolphin Swims generally operate from October through until May. The tours usually start with snorkelling at Popes Eye Marine National Park...
Moonraker Dolphin Swims
Experience a half day activity swimming with wild seals and dolphins only 90 minutes from Melbourne. You will experience snorkelling with Moonraker...
Bay Fish N Trips
Join Bay Fish n Trips for their cruises; a perfect option for groups who do not wish to fish. Would suit families, a hens party, staff celebrations...
Fish 'n' Ships
Board the Vessel Rorqual for a morning on Port Phillip Bay with Fish 'n' Ships. Departure will be at 9:15am for approximate cruise of two hours....
Bay Fish N Trips skippers and crew have many years experience with fishing charter work. They love to share their expert advice and knowledge of Port...
Immerse yourself into Mornington Peninsula's welcoming waters and groomed golf courses with a range of adventure activities to boost your adrenaline.
Fill up on life's pleasures on the Mornington Peninsula and enjoy abundant wine, the freshest produce and restaurants serving unforgettable meals.
Give vintage treasures a new home, snap up one-off works from Mornington Peninsula artisans and fill your basket with the region's fresh produce.
Occupy both the biggest and smallest family members on the Mornington Peninsula, with beaches, budget accommodation, foreshore camping and fun events.
Grab the keys and set out on a driving tour to see the Mornington Peninsula's coastal scenery, charming villages, famed wineries, and golf courses.
Unlock the peninsula's historic discoveries from earliest Aboriginal times to the evocative era of European adventurers, mariners and pastoralists.
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