This is a protected marine national park situated near the vicinity of the Port Phillip Bay, between the Mornington Peninsulas and Bellarine, in Victoria. It is internationally recognized as a dive site that offers fantastic snorkelling and diving experience. You can visit six different and separate marine areas which are Mud Islands, Swan Bay, Point Nepean, Portsea Hole, Point Lonsdale, and Popes Eye. Here, you can witness a diverse range of habitats ranging from seagrass meadows to mudflats to reefs that are both deep and shallow, beautiful pelagic waters and Rocky shores. With such a varying habitat along with the mesmerising central Victoria location, you can see an abundance of unique marine life that will surely make you come back once again.
You can access Point Lonsdale and Swan Bay either by a boat or by walking along the shore whereas Point Nepean, Pope’s Eye, Portsea hole, and Mud Islands can be only accessed by boat. There are tons of other exciting activities available for both adventure junkies and those who are looking to spend a quiet evening out. There are so many things to see and so much to do that you’ll be spoilt for choice in all of the seven locations.