Point Nepean National Park
Point Nepean National Park
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J G
Melbourne, Australie25 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
déc. 2023 • En couple
We stayed at the discovery tents on a Saturday night and had an amazing time. Very reasonably priced and comfortable. We took the shuttle bus down to fort Nepean and had a great time.
Écrit le 11 décembre 2023
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Elizabeth
Sunshine, Australie8 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2023 • Entre amis
We only stopped at the Quarantine buildings and walked around, didn’t take shuttle further into park. Was a weekday and amazingly quiet, so peaceful! Beautiful views of the bay. Buildings and info centre informative, toilets available, not a hard drive in, easy parking and flat ground. Best part though was seeing an echidna ambling slowly across the path from the information centre and back into the bush!
Écrit le 19 octobre 2023
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Kamal P
Byron Bay, Australie3 501 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
mai 2022 • En couple
Nepean national park was fantastic with its rolling terrain and scenic skyline. Beautiful views left unforgettable images in the memory. There were so many tracks to tread on and to cover all, I may have to do several more visits. Great place to visit!
Écrit le 2 avril 2023
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Une_Bella
Sydney, Australie328 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
mars 2023 • Entre amis
The park is nice, it has lots of history/buildings/quarantine stations.. For me, it wasn’t worth the detour. I like wild national parks and this one constantly reminded me of civilization…
Écrit le 13 mars 2023
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australie14 047 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2022
Point Nepean was formerly a quarantine station that could only be accessed by officials with appropriate authorization. It is now a national park. Point Nepean is best known for its close relationship to Cheviot Beach. Prime Minister Harold Holt, who was a keen spear fisherman, was lost at sea sat Cheviot Beach. Cheviot Beach is regarded as one of Australia's most treacherous beaches. Holt's remains were never recovered, despite an extensive search.
Écrit le 17 septembre 2022
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roy v
Traralgon, Australie4 817 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juil. 2022
Over the years have been to Portsea many times but have never gone further into the Park, it was closed to the public years ago so never bothered with it but after finding out it is indeed open to the public we ventured forth.
Great place , we discovered many things we never knew were there.
First stop was the very interesting Quarantine Station, a real eye opener especially with what we have been going through with the Covid Pandemic.
From there we drove to Gunners Cottage, that is as far as you can go by car.
We then walked to the point in quite blustery conditions, I imagine it is like that out there a lot of the time .
It was a great walk of nearly 8 kilometres return, great ocean views and plenty of old military buildings/ gun placements to discover as well as the memorial to Harold Holt who while Prime Minister disappeared while swimming out here .
So it is a great place to visit with lots of history to discover and nature to enjoy .
For those that don’t want to walk there is a paid shuttle bus service that goes from the Quarantine Station on a regular basis
Écrit le 21 juillet 2022
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Traveller
Melbourne, Australie15 756 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
mars 2022
This National Park has reopened after the temporary closure during the various Covid-19 lockdowns.

My wife and I visited this place for the first time, even though we have been to Mornington Peninsula around 10 times over the years. We have been to all the other various highlights in the Peninsula except for this Park, for no particular reason.

This National Park is very interesting as there are many attractions within the Park. We visited all of these:

1. The Quarantine Station which has historical significance and heritage listed buildings.
2. Gunners Cottage, where there are car parking facilities for visitors as this is where the road ends for entry to Fort Nepean.
3. Fort Pearce
4. Eagles Nest
5. Pearce Barracks
6. Fort Nepean (the main highlight)
Écrit le 2 avril 2022
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griffibaby75
Melbourne, Australie14 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
janv. 2022 • En famille
We had a lovely time exploring the quarantine station and local beaches. We then caught the bus up to the headlands. Views amazing and coastline a treat. Gunnery amazing. Beware- we met a large tiger snake on one of the paths- apparently there is a lot of them. And sand flys were biting well. You need water and good walking shoes.
Écrit le 27 janvier 2022
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PhilMalone
Footscray, Australie1 399 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
mai 2021
Entry to this National Park is free, but the shuttle bus is quite expensive at $13 each. So, just walk around the park - it is not long from start to the Fort at the end along a well formed track (around 2.5 kms to 3.8 kms depending on which route you take), with plenty of great diversions on the way.

The views along the way are awesome - at Harold Holt's memorial and at the Point Nepean where the entry to Port Phillip Bay is very narrow. You can clearly see Queenscliff at the other side of Port Phillip Bay and even up to Melbourne City (which must be around 100 kms away). This is a great place to get good photos, but aim to set aside several hours (don't rush it!).
Écrit le 19 mai 2021
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AlllyS
Melbourne, Australie124 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
avr. 2021 • En famille
Ok so we all know what it’s like to motivate a teenager to walk.. a bit of grumbling on the way but when we reached the tunnels at the end kids were amazed.. waking through the tunnels with the sound system scaring them all, lots of running and happy sounds. They were very interested in all the workings of the gunning rooms and how they were protecting our country.. ok so 2 of them may have caught the shuttle back.. but worth the walk.
Écrit le 7 avril 2021
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