Summer days on Mornington Peninsula beaches offer escape and relaxation. Think crunching hot sand between your toes, cool relief in the salty blue water, frisbee competitions or taking the time to read under the shade of a rainbow umbrella. The Mornington Peninsula has such a wide range of beaches on offer; finding a favourite is a tough decision! Here are 4 to check out this summer season with all the family:
Mills Beach in Mornington is a picturesque stretch of golden sand dotted with iconic and colourful beach boxes. The shallow water here makes it ideal for swimming and a favourite for young families and paddle boarders. Home to the Mornington Life Saving Club, Mills Beach is a patrolled beach. It is a popular location to spend a summer day out with toilets, change rooms, a kiosk, picnic tables, and free parking nearby. Additionally, Mornington Life Saving Club also has MobiChair use available on patrolled days, making Mills Beach one of our most accessible beaches.
Explore more of Mills Beach here.
Mount Martha Beach
Mount Martha Beach is home to some of the most beautiful bathing boxes on the Mornington Peninsula. The Mount Martha Life Saving Club patrols at the southern beach's northern end with the yacht club. A popular beach for bathers and boaters, Mount Martha Beach is only a short stroll to the local village for plenty of cafes or ice cream. The Life Saving Club also has two MobiChairs and beach matting for accessibility available on patrolled days.
Find the details for swimming at all areas of Mount Martha Beach here.
Frankston Beach is patrolled by both the Life Saving Club and Frankston Lifeguards. Taking a stroll along the foreshore boardwalk makes for a great way to soak up the clear blue skies and warmer weather. The popular Frankston Pier is also located nearby and stretches for 220 metres.
Explore more of Frankston Beach here.
Alongside the bathing boxes and nearby picnic areas, Dromana Beach is a safe swimming beach with patrols by the Dromana Bay Life Saving Club. The beach is also close to various eateries across the road and is neighboured by the must-do Bay Trail walk. The Dromana Pier is a popular spot for keen fishers.
Learn more about Dromana Beach here.
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