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Designed by Marlon Quinn, your host, snorkelling and freediving Australia innovator, WaterMaarq Mornington Peninsula Tours is striving to share the finest marine experiences. Our small group of professional and welcoming boat tours deliver close experiences with seals, whales , dolphins and weedy seadragons.
Talk to happy, friendly and passionate crew and learn about the unique geology, marine wildlife, aboriginal history, Mornington Peninsula military interests and shipwrecks while cruising for dolphins or swimming with seals.
Experience one of the best water sports and experiences in Port Phillip Bay, featuring stunning scenery, wildlife and underwater features, and marine life that can’t be found anywhere else on Earth.
Why Visit Mornington Peninsula
The Mornington Peninsula is a popular beach holiday spot for Victorians with expansive experiences focused on nature, as well as fine food and wine. Visit the sites of the first European settlement near Sorrento, where yachts bob at their moorings nowadays. Swim on the protected beaches of Rye, Safety Beach and Dromana in Port Phillip Bay; or see the wild waves at Portsea, Sorrento, Rye, Point Leo and Gunnamatta ocean beaches.
Take a cliff-top stroll across Mornington Peninsula National Park and take in the coastal views and wildlife. Take the Fort Nepean Walk through the Port Phillip Bay Tunnels. And take the Bushrangers Bay Trail to the Lighthouse at Cape Schanck. Climb up to the top of Arthurs Seat State Park for breathtaking views of the bay and skyline of Melbourne. The 26-kilometer long Two Bays Trail is the longest continuous walking track on the peninsula for a real challenge, connected by boardwalks, steps, bridges and grass paths. On a wildlife cruise from Sorrento see fur seals, dolphins and seabirds.
The Mornington Peninsula is approximately a 90-minute drive south of Melbourne.
WaterMaarq Mornington Peninsula Tours