Activities at this beautiful time of year for Portsea Village Resort guests include walking in the National Parks and beaches, Portsea Ocean Beach and Portsea Bay beach, golf, wineries, restaurant tours, fishing on Portsea pier, or watching the dolphins and/or whale sharks from the ferry to Queenscliff or the beach, Peninsula Hot Springs, watching kangaroos at Point Nepean National Park.

There are 19 golf courses on the Mornington Peninsula and 10 of them are included in Australia’s top 100 golf courses, so many Portsea Village Resort guests play on a few of those great sandbelt golf courses during their stay. If you are attracted to secluded beaches only 80 minutes drive from Melbourne, then Portsea is the town for you. Mingle with the jet set, wealthy landowners, entrepreneurs and politicians where they have built grand holiday homes and private jetties, creating an exclusive haven. In many cases real estate is tightly held and often handed down through generations but where does one stay centrally in Portsea other than renting a holiday house? Welcome to the Portsea Village Resort – this magnificent boutique venue is in the heart of Portsea village and caters for couples, families and groups and offers one to three bedroom fully equipped spacious apartments. It’s all here, grand pool, tennis, squash and gym facilities, beautiful gardens, a central location with access to all experiences or most importantly space, privacy and peace of mind.


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