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Portsea Ocean View

Bornholm Beach House is located in a sought after, quiet Portsea street, an hour and a half drive from Melbourne. The Sorrento township is in comfortable walking distance and easy access to the Portsea and Sorrento back beaches.

Portsea – as well as the back (surf) beach and front (bay) beach, Portsea is famous for its luxury cliff-top residences, bathing boxes and the wonderful Portsea hotel with expansive beach-side lawn. Portsea is the closest village to Point Nepean and its magnificent walks.

Sorrento – historic limestone buildings and shops, a pier that is the departure point for ferries to Queenscliff, fishing trips, seal and dolphin watching excursions, sight-seeing cruises, yacht charters and diving trips. Grab a coffee at one of the numerous cafes on the main street.

Point Nepean – a former military base marking the end of land and part of the Mornington Peninsula National Park, has wonderful wildlife walks and is a good spot for watching for dolphins, seals and the occasional whale during winter.

Cape Schank – visit the light house and take in the magnificent ocean views.

Wineries – try one of the over 150 wineries on the peninsula.

Restaurants – try one of the numerous restaurants or have fish and chips on the beach.

Golf – play golf at one of the many championship courses on the peninsula. Find out more here.

Tennis – play tennis on the public courts in Sorrento.

Dolphin Swim – try a dolphin swim with Polperro Dolphin Swims. Details from this website.

Ferry – Catch the ferry across the bay to Queenscliff.

Map of Mornington Peninsula
Ferry port at Portsea