Golf Courses & Resorts

Golf courses and golf club resorts

Want some bragging rights at your local golf club? Then come to Australia’s #1 golf destination. Take a small but beautiful peninsula of land with a mild maritime climate. Create a coastline with perfect conditions for links courses. Add sand dunes for natural contours, with fast-draining sandy soil. Then transform the hinterland to create even more golf terrain with bush backdrops and brilliant views.

As Australia’s #1 golf destination, golfers simply adore it because of the incredible diversity presented by 15 clubs with 19 links, parkland and resort courses. And when it’s only a few minutes’ drive between each course, you can pack in a lot of golf. You can play at any time too - the golf is truly year round, with a mild climate, fast-draining sandy soils and sand dunes creating some tricky challenges. 

Peter Thomson is just one of the golf legends who have designed some of our magnificent courses. Robert Trent Jones Jnr, Ross Perrett, Tony Cashmore, Tom Doak and Greg Norman have all been inspired by the extraordinary terrain on the Mornington Peninsula. The result: it’s no wonder this extraordinary region has been likened by many leading golf writers and top players to California’s Monterey, Scotland’s Fife and the Hamptons near New York. So why not start at the top of the Peninsula and work your way south. And the bonuses? Spectacular coastal views, excellent on-course accommodation and great packages. 

Mercure Portsea Golf Club

  
Ideally situated on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, Mercure Portsea is a most picturesque and relaxing holiday destination. With sweeping panoramic views of Port Phillip Bay and stunning grounds, this spectacular hotel is located only a 90 minute drive from Melbourne and is perfect for golf groups, romantic getaways or when you just need to escape.

Mercure Portsea features 24 boutique style accommodation rooms. Each room contains a private balcony or terrace, ensuite, large LCD television and modern hotel conveniences.

It is only a short distance to Point Nepean, Portsea and Sorrento villages. Mercure Portsea is also within easy reach of the popular Red Hill markets, wineries and restaurants, numerous championship golf courses and the Peninsula Hot Springs.

Portsea has been a much-loved destination for Victorians since the late 1800s. Scenic walking tracks extend through Point Nepean National Park and along the Millionaire’s Walk on the foreshore of Port Phillip Bay. Sensational views can also be enjoyed from London Bridge perched high above the ocean on the headland.

The nearby Sorrento/Queenscliff ferry provides easy access to the Bellarine Peninsula and is the gate way to the Great Ocean Road. All in all, Mercure Portsea is the ideal place to stay.

  • Special Features:
Carpark, Conference/Convention Facilities, Family Friendly, Restaurant, Shop
  • Internet:
Free Wifi
  • Accessible friendly:
Caters for people who use a wheelchair.
Disabled access available, contact operator for details.
Caters for people who are blind or have vision loss.
Caters for people with allergies and intolerances.
  • Opening Hours:
Open everyday from 07:00 AM to 07:00 PM

46 London Bridge Road
Portsea Victoria 3944



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