The 560 acre Point Nepean National Park is located on the tip of the Mornington Peninsula. It has played an important part in Victoria’s history as a quarantine station then later miltary defence in case Australia was ever invaded through Victoria. For me, it’s a beautiful, rugged area. It’s possible to walk from the eastern edge to the entrance. It will take a long time but I’ve done a lot of the walk and it’s spectacular.
Looking across from the tip of the national park to the Bellarine Peninsula on the other side of Port Phillip Bay. I posted photos from that side when I went to Geelong a few weeks ago.