The Mornington Peninsula on the eastern side of Port Phillip Bay, feels like an island with a vast ocean to the south and bays and sheltered beaches on either side. Only one hour south of Melbourne are some of Australia's best sandy beaches and every kind of water activity is available, from sailing and surfing to fishing and dolphin swims.

Port Phillip Bay is home to some of the best temperate water snorkelling and scuba diving in the world. Our rocky shores have some of the most diverse and unique animals and plants in the world, 90% found nowhere else!

The area in and around Port Phillip Bay supports a variety of habitats from rocky sponge covered reefs at the heads, sandy flats and kelp forests. There is excellent variety of amazing shore dives especially on our piers and ocean beaches.

In addition, Victoria is home to an astounding range of shipwrecks, which cater for all levels of scuba divers including snorkellers. Uniquely there are a fleet of J-Class submarines, steamships and sailing vessels waiting to be discovered and experienced.

One of the best kept secrets in Australia, Victoria's Port Phillip Heads area offers some of the best year-round diving to be found anywhere! Experience temperate water diving at its best: dive drop-offs, shipwrecks, kelp forests, scallop beds, even catch yourself a Victorian crayfish!

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