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Cape Schanck Rocks

Cape Schanck is the southern most point of the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria. There are about 400 residences that have been built either in or around both the RACV Cape Schanck Resort and the National Golf Club as well as along the roads that lead to the historic Cape Schanck lighthouse. 

The lighthouse is set against the wide vista of Bass Strait where you can breath some of the cleanest air in the state and explore National Park walks through native bushland to secluded rock-pools and crashing ocean beaches. 

Why not tackle the 27km Two Bays Walk across the Peninsula between McCrae on Port Phillip Bay and Cape Schanck or a coastal walk to Sorrento. Alternatively take advantage of the many nearby golf courses, surf beaches, vineyards and other recreational and tourist facilities.

As the Peninsula becomes progressively more populated and developed, it provides a haven of largely undeveloped ‘green wedge’ coastal landscape that provides a wonderful backdrop for a variety of activities.

Friends of Cape Schanck are local residents who want to help support our local community through advocacy and help build a greater sense of community through projects, family-friendly activities and other social events. (read more.) or Explore Cape Schanck

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