The resort’s location in Portsea at the tip of the Mornington Peninsula means you have a safe bay beach on one side and a surf beach on the other. Take in peaceful bays and wild coastlines, tranquil bush, native animals and the history of the area on one of the many walks. Explore the Point Nepean National Park on foot or bike. Hire a kayak and paddle in the bay with dolphins. Go on a fishing charter or swim, dive or snorkel with the seahorses, reef fish and the dolphins. Take a 45min ferry ride across to Queenscliff for a day on the Bellarine Peninsula, Geelong, or Great Ocean Road.
Long known as the holiday playground of Victoria with glorious beaches and magnificent homes to the rich and famous, Portsea is the perfect getaway location. Portsea Village Resort is a boutique complex of 25 contemporary apartments, ideally located just a short stroll from the beach and within easy walking distance of the popular seaside town centre.
Light and airy, each of the stylish apartments is beautifully appointed with a spacious open living area, complete with TV, DVD and complimentary Foxtel & WiFi. There’s also a fully equipped kitchen, meals area, laundry facilities and your own private balcony. Choose from a one or two bedroom apartment – all with supremely comfortable king sized beds and well equipped bathrooms.
Ideal for groups and family getaways, Portsea Village Resort boasts impressive leisure and sports facilities. Our restful guest lounge is stocked with morning papers and glossy magazines, large TV with foxtel. Guests can choose from two magnificent heated pools, or relax in a spa or the sauna. The more energetic may decide to visit the gym, tennis or squash courts. All of which are complimentary for use by our guests.
Right outside our doors are wide sandy beaches, fishing, scuba diving and dolphin swims. Or why not enjoy a cliff-top walk with stunning views, explore the nearby national park or feel the thrill of horse riding on the beach. Within easy driving distance, you will find many fine wineries with their cellar door tastings, restaurants and produce shops. And of course, the Peninsula is home to some of Australia’s best and most famous golf courses.
When visiting Portsea there are plenty of options for things to do. You can swim, fish, surf or kayak the Bay or Bass Strait beaches. Play golf at one of the 11 nearby courses, visit a winery in Red Hill or Merricks, check out a gallery in Red Hill, take a horse ride along the beach, learn to scuba dive, swim with the dolphins, fly a kite on the beach or even relax and have a massage.