Augmented Reality Trail - Pinkies at Safety Beach Pinkies are baby Snapper and are a prized catch at Safety Beach because they taste great, but must be over 28cm long! Once they are over 40cm they are classified as a Snapper. Greater numbers of pinkies are a [...]
Humpback whales are sometimes seen in the area on their annual migration from the Southern Ocean to warmer waters around the Australian coastline. Watch in awe of their beauty, size and sounds as they swim around you!
This iconic Fisherman mural was created by French artist Michael Husser in 2015 while undertaking an artist residency at Police Point Shire Park.
Wild bottlenose dolphins can often be seen frolicking in the distance all along the southern Peninsula foreshore.
Watch these fish come to life along with other sea creatures and marine life drawn by students from Capel Sound Kindergarten and Tootgarook Primary School!
To celebrate the art of the kite, we invite you to choose or customise your own kite in the EyeJack app and have fun flying it in the sky!
See the original milk bar and explore the changes in housing, transport and life on the street.
Travel back in time and see what Portsea Beach looked like more than 100 years ago.
Did you know a steam tram used to run along the main street of Sorrento carrying passengers from Melbourne on paddle steamers to Sorrento Back Beach for the day?
by Cassie Leatham