Cape Schanck Resort
Nearby Tourist Attractions
Enjoy the pristine and majestic coastal environment of Cape Schanck with a casual stroll along the region's surf and bayside beaches and historical landmarks, or take a horse ride through the hinterland.
There are fantastic bush walks and trails nearby including The National Park at Portsea, one of Victoria’s best-kept secrets, whilst many visitors enjoy visiting the historic Cape Schanck Light House.
There are also a host of water activities nearby including sailing, surfing, deep sea diving and dolphin watching.
For lovers of fine food and wine, the region boasts 175 boutique vineyards and over 50 cellar doors. With fabulous market gardens, a strawberry farm and a chocolate factory. Regional produce and wines are featured in many of the local restaurants and cafés in Portsea and Sorrento, which are also renowned for their beautiful antique shops and impressive galleries.
Other great local tourist attractions, where you can also learn more about the history of Mornington Peninsula, are at military forts, historic seaside villages, lofty lighthouses and elegant mansions.
With a host of annual events, race meets and country markets, including the renowned Red Hill Craft Market, make sure you give yourself enough time to see everything you want while basing yourself at RACV Cape Schanck Resort.
For more information on touring and attractions visit www.visitmorningtonpeninsula.org or visit our tour desk at reception.
Peninsula Hot Springs
Natural hot mineral springs, day spa, café
Cape Schanck Lighthouse
Built in 1859 the Cape Schanck Lighthouse is open to the public everyday for tours.
Red Hill Estate and Max's Restaurant
Offers a premier scenic location, with boutique Australian, multi-award winning wine.
Australia’s oldest and most famous traditional hedge maze.
Gunnamatta Trail / Ocean Beach Rides
Ride along a bush track to the beautiful St Andrews Beach.
T'Gallant Wine Makers
T’Gallant Cellar Door and La Baracca Trattoria ensure an enchanting winery and tourism experience.
Point Nepean National Park
Enjoy coastal scenery and breathtaking views of Bass Strait, the Rip and Port Phillip Bay.
Dromana 3 Drive In
Features 3 huge screens, showing the latest new released movies in one of the last drive ins in Australia.
Polperro Dolphin Swims
Offers you the chance to swim with the wild bottlenose dolphins in Port Phillip Bay.
Arthurs Seat Lookout
Arthurs Seat is the most familiar of bay landscape features.
Red Hill Brewery
Enjoy a locally brewed beer on the deck and catch a glimpse of the art of brewing beer.
The view is sensational and equally matched by their fantastic wines and cuisine.