|Boat Ramps Mornington Peninsula|
|There are six boat ramps managed by the Mornington Peninsula Shire:|
Schnapper Point, Melway 104 D9 Fishermans Beach
Melway 145 B1
Safety Beach: Marine Drive, Melway 150 12
Rye: Jetty Launching Ramp, Melway 168 F4
Sorrento: St Aubins Way, Melway 157 B6
Hastings: Marine Parade, Melway 154 11
Annual Permits (1-Nov to 31-Oct) to use the Shire's boat ramps are available via customer service for $120.00 includes GST
Daily tickets may be purchased at the ramp for $12.00 using ticket machines. There is no ticket machine at the Fishermans Beach boat ramp - users with annual permits only.
Further information: 1300 850 600 or 5950 1000.
|Polperro Dolphin Swims - Sorrento|
|PO Box 11 Blairgowrie VIC 3942|
Multi-Award Winning Environmental Tourism Operation. Observe and swim with wild bottlenose dolphins in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia. Professionally trained and experienced crew ensure you have an unforgettable marine adventure. Passenger safety and the dolphins' protection are of paramount importance, so we purposely limit the size of our trips to guarantee a high standard of customer and environmental care. On-board facilities include change areas, toilet and a galley for serving refreshments. Wetsuits, masks and snorkels are all supplied. Season Oct-April.
|Moonraker Dolphin & Seal Swims - Sorrento|
|Sorrento Pier Esplanade Road Sorrento VIC 3943|
Join the team at ‘Moonraker Dolphin Swims’ as we take you on a snorkelling experience like no other. Snorkel with resident Bottlenose Dolphins, swim alongside cheeky Australian Fur Seals, explore underwater marine parks filled with colourful fish and join the search for weedy sea dragons.
Tours depart Sorrento Pier just 1.5 hours from Melbourne on the picturesque Mornington Peninsula. Choose between swimming and sightseeing aboard 'Moonraker' or take a 2 hour tour aboard 'Blue Wing' to experience this amazing natural environment on a low impact, eco friendly experience
|P.O. Box 11 Blairgowrie VIC 3942|
Multi-award winning environmental tourism operation that offers you the opportunity to observe and swim with wild bottlenose dolphins in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia. Professionally trained and experienced crew ensure you have an unforgettable marine adventure. Passenger safety and the dolphins' protection of paramount importance. Our on-board facilities include change areas, toilet and a galley for serving refreshments. Wetsuits, masks and snorkels are all supplied. Departs Sorrento Pier. Bookings Essential. Trips may be cancelled due to bad weather. Please ring our office on the day for a final weather check.
|P.O. Box 309 Rye VIC 3941|
Oct to May - Specialised Tours with experienced crews in the South and North of the Bay on board 'Rorqual' a 12' catamaran.
Groups, snorkel, diving, weddings, schools, clubs, families. Special summer morning tours exploring marine life, historical and geographical interests on the Peninsula.
|East Coast Surf School - Point Leo & Peninsula|
|Point Leo Surf Beach Point Leo VIC|
Open all year round. Qualified Instructors
All equipment is provided.
Our main location is Point Leo but alternative locations include Shoreham, Flinders, Gunnamatta and Portsea (depending on surf conditions).
|Queenscliff and the Bellarine Holiday Hire|
|PO Box 317 Queenscliff VIC 3225|
Hire for baby, child, medical mobility or outdoor
|Lakes Entrance Segway Adventures|
|The Esplanade Lakes Entrance VIC 3909|
Situated on the Lakes Entrance Foreshore near the footbridge.
Gliding across the smooth sands of the magnificent 90 mile beach is both exhilarating and relaxing. Our Segway machines will have you riding like a pro in no time.
|• Swim or surf only at beaches patrolled by lifeguards|
• Always swim between the flags marking the area safer for swimming.
• Read and obey the signs
• Be careful where you dive – accidents often result from diving into shallow waters.
• Be aware of slippery banks and rocks when fishing
• Don’t swim under the influence of alcohol or drugs
• Always swim under supervision
• If you get into trouble in the water, stay calm. Signal for help, then float and wait for assistance
• Float with a current or undertow. Don’t try to swim against it.
• When out on the water always wear the correct safety equipment.
|Information about fishing in the 90 Mile Beach Region.|
List of best baits to use for each fish species.
Detailed information on the species of fish you might expect to catch in this area.