We Take A Look At London Bridge In Portsea Vic

Here is our no bullshit guide to London Bridge in Portsea, excuse the wind

Just a cruisy walk from the car park down onto Portsea back beach you’ll find the London Bridge; one of the most impressive and unique rock formations that lines the Mornington Peninsula coastline. “The Pen” (local slang for Mornington Peninsula) is well known for being Melbourne’s playground. Crowds flock to the bay in Summer to swim at white-sand beaches but only the adventurous souls venture out to the back beaches. Eye-catching rock formations can be spotted on most headlands around Portsea but none quite like the London Bridge.

Beauty Of Mornington Peninsula

While London Bridge can be construed as the end of The Coastal Walk, a pleasant extension through coastal Moonah woodlands leads into neighbouring Point Nepean National Park. The track passes Wilsons Folly and comes out on Defence Road. This trail takes walkers from the rugged Portsea Ocean Beach and London Bridge rock formation, back to civilisation at the Point Nepean Road side of the Mornington Peninsula. Visitors can continue along the walking track to the Quarantine Station and onto the historic forts of the Point Nepean National Park, or link to the Portsea section of the Mornington Peninsula Bay Trail.

This walk can be completed in either direction, and can be extended as part of the 30km Coastal Walk.

  • Address:

London Bridge Road Portsea Victoria 3944

  • Route Information:

One way

  • Start Location:

London Bridge Road Portsea Victoria 3944

  • End Location:

Defence Road Portsea Victoria 3944

  • Distance:

3 KMS

  • Time to Complete:

.8 HRS

  • Facilities:

Public Toilet

  • Difficulty Rating:

2/5

Portsea beach, London Bridge
London Bridge from the lookout in Portsea

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