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Melbourne - Mornington Peninsula National Park
The Mornington Peninsula
National Park has long been a favourite for summer holidays. Covering 2,686
hectares, its diverse coastal environments range from the basalt cliffs at
Cape Schanck to the native bushland of Greens Bush and the roaring surf of
Gunnamatta. Historic Point Nepean has old fortifications interpreted by displays
and soundscapes, and spectacular views of the Port Phillip Heads.
The 90 km drive from Melbourne via the Nepean Highway and Peninsula Freeway takes about two hours.
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