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Overview

Water sports

Launch yourself into Mornington Peninsula's welcoming waters with a range of aquatic activities for both the adrenaline junkies and the serenity seekers.

Bayside pursuits

Base yourself on the peninsula's Port Phillip Bay side, with its long sandy beaches and gently lapping waves. Plant your beach umbrella and spend endless days cooling off in the water and relaxing on the shore.

Arm yourself with a fishing rod and perch on a pier or sail out to sea to catch the freshest fish for lunch.

Paddle about on a sea kayak and spot far-off dolphins frolicking. For an up-close and personal meeting with these friendly creatures, take an organised swimming expedition amongst the dolphins and the seals.

Dive amongst shipwrecks far beyond the shore, or don a snorkel and examine the marine life around the peninsula's piers. Skim across glassy waters on a kiteboard.

Oceanic exploits

Tackle the notoriously wild waves of Bass Strait on the peninsula's ocean side. Ride the waves at the famed 'back' beaches, take your kiteboarding skills to the next level, or join an exhilarating ocean fishing charter.

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Experience

Water sports

Boating and sailing

Fill your sails and sail off on powerboats, yachts and kayaks past the peninsula's dolphins.

Scuba diving

See the peninsula from a different angle and dive into the Octopus' Garden, shipwrecks and reefs.

Surfing

Celebrate the peninsula's spectacular beaches by hitting the surf; alone or with an instructor.

Swimming

Spend summer in peninsula waters as you observe endearing marine life and splash on golden beaches.

Kayaking

Explore the diverse marine life and rich history of the Mornington Peninsula on a kayaking tour.

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Wildlife & zoos

Dolphins

Watch from the shore, or join an organised expedition to swim with or cruise alongside Port Phillip Bay's friendly bottlenose and common dolphins.

Things to do

Family activities

Occupy both the biggest and smallest family members on the Mornington Peninsula, with beaches, budget accommodation, foreshore camping and fun events.

Outdoor activities

Fishing

Try your luck and cast a line into the productive fishing grounds around Mornington Peninsula, either independently or with a fishing charter.

Nature and wildlife

Beaches and coastlines

Crash into the waters of the peninsula's seemingly endless sandy bay inlets and rugged, wild surf beaches and feel a million miles from city life.