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Overview

Kayaking

Strap on your lifejacket and head off on a kayaking tour to explore the everchanging coastline, diverse marine life and rich history of the Mornington Peninsula.

Mansions and wildlife

Sign up for a heritage tour taking in the South Channel Fort, paddle past historic seaside towns and cliff top mansions, or head further afield to glide around with the dolphins, seals and penguins at Point Nepean National Park.

Prepare yourself

Get trained up on water safety, equipment use and kayaking terminology by professional staff and then get out there on the water. As well as providing you with the necessary skills, guides will point out places of interest and historic sites along the way.

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Kayaking

Tours

Sorrento Full Day Kayak Tour

Sea Kayak Australia

Journey back in time with Sea Kayak Australia, as you paddle along the foreshore, observing historical houses along the cliff tops, outdoor swimming...

From $115 - $139

Sports tours

Kayak Hire & Hot Springs

Extreme Watersport

Indulge yourself or someone special to you with Four Hour Kayak hire followed by a Day Pass to the Peninsula Hot Springs Bath House. Paddle along the...

From $57
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Boating and sailing

Fill your sails on Port Phillip Bay and sail off on powerboats, yachts and kayaks past Mornington Peninsula's resident dolphins and inquisitive seals.

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.

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.