Just one hour from Melbourne both the Bellarine and Mornington Peninsulas boast magnificent coastline, rich historical and cultural significance and are home to some of Victoria’s finest wine regions. Come and see for yourself why this is one of Melbourne’s best coastal destinations.

To book simply choose a date from the calendar below

 
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Key places:

Sorrento

Portsea & Point Nepean

Queenscliff & Point Lonsdale

Barwon Heads & Ocean Grove

Torquay

Mornington Peninsula Wine Region

Our favourite trip, this journey takes in the very best of Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne’s major body of water. ‘The Bay’ covers the area the size of central London and is a rich and biodiverse marine environment which provides a home to dolphins, the Australian Fur Seal, a wide variety of fish and the famous Little Penguin.

Circumnavigating almost 225km of coast line, we visit coastal beaches, seaside towns and points of historical importance. This journey involves a journey across Australia’s famous ‘Rip’ aboard the Queenscliff to Sorrento ferry service, the dangerous passage of water has taken many shipwrecks. Port Phillip was an important area for indigenous tribes and it was through its heads that European settlers first made their journey towards what is now Melbourne. Keep a look out for dolphins and seals as they playfully follow us.

This really is a fantastic way to experience a complete circuit of our bay and discover some of the beautiful off the beaten track jewels.

The colder months provide breathtaking panoramas and crisp beach walks whilst the warmer seasons offer some of the fine opportunities to immerse yourself in crystal clear water.

Included:

Full day tour

All park entrance and ferry fees

Ferry from Queenscliff to Sorrento

Collection and return to your CBD hotel or central venue

Morning tea

Sunscreen

Highlights:

Natural beauty & scenery

Historical Seaside towns

Lighthouse and Maritime Museum Visit

Feeling the sand between your toes walking on beautiful beach

Abundance of swimming, snorkelling & Stand Up Paddle Boarding opportunities

Indigenous history

Lunch at a beautiful local cafe (at your own expense)

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What to bring:

Appropriate clothing based on weather conditions (we’ll let you know what to expect)

Good walking shoes & hat

Bathers and Towel

Small Groups - 10 maximum

Family friendly

Accessible for all levels of fitness