Mornington Peninsula National Park
Change of conditionsAdd change of condition
- A conservation management program will be conducted from Tuesday 6 November to Monday 3 December 2018. Sections along the Mornington Peninsula National Park include London Bridge through to Sphinx Rock and St Andrews Beach through to Gunnamatta Surf Beach. These areas remain open to the public while the program is underway. Dogs and cats are prohibited from Mornington Peninsula National Park at all times. Ensure pets do not enter the national park. at Mornington Peninsula National Park, Friday 26 October, 2018
- Access near the London Bridge arch is temporarily restricted due to recent cliff collapse leading to unstable cliffs and potential for further rock falls. at Mornington Peninsula National Park, Wednesday 8 August, 2018
- Beach access to St Pauls Beach, Sorrento, is closed for public safety until further notice due to unstable cliffs. at Mornington Peninsula National Park, Monday 19 February, 2018
This narrow strip of coast and bushland offers a wonderful blend of natural scenery and fascinating historic features and is popular for swimming, walking, picnics and nature study, as well as surfing at ocean beaches like Portsea, Sorrento and Gunnamatta.
It includes all of the ocean coast between London Bridge and Bushrangers Bay, plus a stretch from Stockyard Creek to Flinders, and also an area north of Cape Schanck called Greens Bush.
Dogs are not permitted in the park.
Location and access
The park is 90 kilometres south of Melbourne. Most access roads are signposted from the Point Nepean Road. The eastern part of the park, including Cape Schanck, can be reached from Boneo (Rosebud-Flinders) Road.
There are a number of options for your wedding ceremony or wedding photography in the beautiful Mornington Peninsula National Park.
Upon enquiry, we suggest you visit the park to view and select the site where you would like to have your ceremony.
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Aboriginal Traditional Owners
Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, Aboriginal people maintain their connection to their ancestral lands and waters. Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria
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