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    MORNINGTON PENINSULA, PORTSEA, PHILLIP ISLAND & GREAT OCEAN ROAD TOURING ITINERARY (3 DAYS)

    DAY 1: MELBOURNE AIRPORT TO MORNINGTON PENINSULA AND PORTSEA

    Leaving Melbourne Airport, drive via Citylink (43) over the Bolte bridge for magnificent views of the city of Melbourne, Docklands, Victoria Harbour, the Port of Melbourne, the Melbourne Cricket Ground and the Yarra River. Continue along Citylink as it changes into the Monash Freeway (M1) and Eastlink (M3), and leave the hustle & bustle of the city behind you via Peninsula Link (M11).

    Once entering the Mornington Peninsula in only an hour’s drive from Melbourne Airport, you will feel a world away from the city and enjoy the sights of the rugged Peninsula coastlines, coastal vistas, wineries, forests and lush hinterlands.

    Turn off Peninsula Link (M11) onto Nepean Highway (C787) and White Hill Road (C787 / C788) and head up to Red Hill for a visit to the fabulous Mornington Peninsula wineries and/or Gordon Studio Glassblowing. You will have the rare opportunity to witness glassblowing from the security and comfort of the light filled viewing mezzanine. Experience the searing heat of the furnaces, observe master glass artisans at work and learn about the ancient art of glassblowing.

    Travel west along Arthurs Seat road (C789) to Arthurs Seat lookout, where you will see magnificent views of Port Phillip Bay, drive down Arthurs Seat on one of the best scenic drives, and stop at Murrays lookout for more panoramic views of Port Phillip Bay, Portsea and Point Nepean.

    Return to Mornington Peninsula Freeway (M11) travelling west to Portsea via Point Nepean Road (B110) for beautiful bayside beach views on the coastal drive to Portsea.

    Visit Portsea Ocean Beach at Back Beach Road, Portsea for spectacular ocean views and London Bridge (also known as the ninth Apostle). Check in to the beautiful Portsea Village Resort on the corner of Point Nepean Road (B110) and Back Beach Road, Portsea. Walk along the Portsea front beach and famous, historic Portsea Pier, visit the Portsea Hotel for more panoramic views of Port Phillip Heads, have a spa, sauna and swim at Portsea Village Resort. Dine at Portsea Village Resort, the Portsea Hotel, or one of the many nearby restaurants in Sorrento.

    DAY 2: POINT NEPEAN, MORNINGTON PENINSULA AND PHILLIP ISLAND

    Visit Point Nepean National Park in the morning for a coastal walk along both Bay beaches and ocean Beaches, ending at Fort Nepean at the tip of Point Nepean.

    The Mornington Peninsula will excite you as it has so much to offer from local produce, stunning beaches, upmarket resort towns, cafes and restaurants.

    A day tour that will excite your senses! Take the scenic route along Port Phillip Bay on Point Nepean Road (B110) to Rosebud and turn right at Boneo Road and left on Browns Road up through the forests of Red Hill to Shands Road, where you can pick your own delicious strawberries at Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm!

    Visit Red Hill Estate Winery for a free wine tasting and the best views of any winery in the world, with stunning views overlooking Western Port Bay, Phillip Island and Nobbies Rocks, off Phillip Island.

    Drive from Red Hill to Phillip Island via Frankston-Flinders Road (C777), Western Port Highway (A780) and the South Gippsland Highway (M420).

    Visit the penguins at dusk on Phillip Island.

    Return drive to Portsea Village Resort via the South Gippsland Highway (M420), Baxter-Tooradin Road (C781), Tyabb-Tooradin Road and Bungower Road to the Peninsula Link (M11 and Point Nepean Road (B110).

    DAY 3: FERRY TO QUEENSCLIFF, THE GREAT OCEAN ROAD, AND THE TWELVE APOSTLES

    Drive from Portsea Village Resort to the Sorrento car ferry via Point Nepean Road (5 minutes) for the car ferry to Queenscliff, which leaves every hour from 7am to 6pm. Choose the scenic option and spot dolphins as you make the stunning 40 minute ferry crossing from Sorrento to Queenscliff and drive along the Great Ocean Road to the Twelve Apostles.

    Return to Melbourne or Melbourne Airport via the A1.

    SELF DRIVE AND GREAT OCEAN ROAD


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