The Mornington & Bellarine peninsulas have become a Mecca for golf lovers. Courses include Moonah Links, The Dunes, St Andrews Beach, The National, Sorrento and of course Portsea Golf Club and golfing legends such as Greg Norman, Peter Thompson, Tom Doak and Mike Clayton have put their name to some of the best.

With private access to Delgany residents, it simply doesn’t get any better than this if you love your golf. Portsea Golf Club - the perfect neighbour!


100m from the gates of Delgany the peninsula’s famous Fisherman’s Beach awaits your morning swim. Portsea's location means you can swim in a safe bay beach and be surfing along the 30km of ocean beach just minutes later.

Learn to scuba dive amid sea dragons and rays, kayak around Portsea Pier and Point Nepean. Throw out a line and catch a fisherman's basket for the evening meal or jump aboard 'Moonraker' for a dolphin adventure.

Portsea Hotel

Elegantly situated overlooking the majestic and historical Portsea Pier, the Portsea Hotel is an iconic landmark of the Mornington Peninsula.

Almost a century old, the hotel is far more than just a country pub with a public bar. Every part of the Hotel enjoys magnificent uninterrupted views across the bay towards Queenscliff.

The perfect venue for weddings, functions, in fact any celebration. Sit back, relax and watch the big ships enter and leave Port Phillip Bay.

Peninsula hot springs

Entering the bathing area is like stepping into another world, a sanctuary where the mind and body are calmed by the steam, the sound of running water and the casual banter of bathers.

Peninsula Hot Springs is the first natural hot springs & day spa centre in Victoria. Around 15mins from Delgany, natural thermal mineral waters flow into the pools and private baths providing the idyllic setting for relaxation and rejuvenation.

Point Nepean

Point Nepean is truly one of Victoria’s beautiful natural landscapes. The park is located 500m from the Delgany entrance at the very tip of the Mornington Peninsula, with outstanding coastal scenery and panoramic views of Bass Strait, the Rip and Port Phillip Bay.

Visitors can explore the military forts and tunnels, discover the historic Quarantine Station, view the memorial where Prime Minister Harold Holt went missing and enjoy the coastal native trees and grasses which are ideal habitats for many native Australian wildlife.


Sniff, sip and sample your way around the Peninsula's 50-plus boutique cellar doors for unexpected experiences, new friends and delicious winery meals only 30 minutes from Delgany.

Why not try the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay of Portsea’s only wine producer, Portsea Estate. The Portsea Estate vineyard is located on the century old Tintagel property overlooking Bass Strait on Hotham Road, Portsea.