Enjoy a relaxing weekend at Portsea Village Resort and take a trip to the Peninsula Hot Springs where you can relax an unwind.

Peninsula Hot Springs is an award-winning natural hot springs, day spa and wellness destination located on the Mornington Peninsula.  Natural geothermal mineral waters flow into the pools and private baths at our coastal oasis, providing an idyllic setting for relaxation and rejuvenation.

Bookings to the bath house can be booked from reception.

Journey to relaxation 


The Portsea Hotel is directly opposite Portsea Village Resort, which makes us the perfect location to stay when attending a wedding or function at the hotel. Just a short 500 metre walk and you’re back to relax in your fully self contained apartment.


As an experienced venue for hosting business conferences, the Resort can cater to many different conference options. We can host workshops for small teams, as well as, large company events. We are here to create a unique experience where your team comes together to work, network and grow working relationships. We provide you with everything you need to run a successful event.


Finding the right accommodation for your special event is easy with Portsea Village Resort. Our dedicated events co-ordinator will help assist to make your event runs exactly as planned.

To request more information about your event, please give us a call on 03 5984 8484 or email us


On Victoria’s Southern Mornington Peninsula you’ll find Blairgowrie. Only a 75 – 90 minute drive from Melbourne, the Southern Peninsula is one of Victoria’s leading holiday areas. Adjacent to famous Sorrento and Portsea, Blairgowrie is on a Peninsula that separates Port Phillip by just 2 kilometres from the surf beaches and Bass Straight.

And perhaps Blairgowrie’s most famous landmark is the Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron with our distinctive pier and marina and stunning bayside location. BYS is one of Victoria’s strongest and most vibrant clubs – yet remains relaxed and casual as you’d hope when you’re in a holiday area. The club is one of the three largest sailing clubs in Victoria, and hosts large fleets of both keel boats and off-the-beach dinghies and catamarans. Our sailing is generally in smooth waters which enjoy offshore sea-breezes, and we enjoy a superb backdrop of the coast as it winds its way from the Sisters at Sorrento all the way around to Arthur’s Seat and beyond. For over 50 years, the Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron has been a part of Blairgowrie, and for so many of our members, the club and the sailing is the centrepoint of their time on the Peninsula.


Do you love walking around grand mansions and historic gardens, or fossicking for antiques? Or would you rather jump on your bike or grab a walking map and explore some historic sites?

For thousands of years before European settlement, the aboriginal tribes of Port Phillip District and Gippsland used Point Nepean as the sacred site for the initiation ceremonies of aboriginal girls into womanhood. The male site for aboriginal boys from the same tribes is at Wilsons Promontory. There are numerous aboriginal cultural sites and shell middens in and around Portsea, Point Nepean and the Mornington Peninsula –

If you like your history on the move, you can hire a bike and cycle around Point Nepean and the old Quarantine Station, or clamber around the 1850s lighthouse and cliffs at Cape Schanck. Prefer an easier pace? Then stroll around Sorrento, the site of Victoria’s first European settlement in 1803, or take tea in a grand old country estate.

The Mornington Peninsula has been creating a rich cultural and artistic history since the first European settlement was established near Sorrento in 1803. There is a huge number of historic sites across the Mornington Peninsula. Victoria’s second lightstation was built at Cape Schanck in 1859 (it still boasts its original beacon and operates much as it did originally), and Point Nepean played a critical defence role from the 1880s through both World Wars.

Closed to the public for more than 100 years, Point Nepean was also home to an historic Quarantine Station which has recently been opened to visitors. You can explore all this living history, then wander through modest colonial homes and grand mansions across the Peninsula. Famous homes include the humble 1844 McCrae Homestead which takes you back to pioneer times, and stately 1895 Coolart Homestead with bird-filled wetlands. 1863 Beleura was the Tallis family summer home for many years, and is now known for its rich furnishings and the beauty of its gardens. Another opulent property is Mulberry Hill, once home to artist Sir Daryl Lindsay and Joan (Lady) Lindsay, author of ‘Picnic at Hanging Rock’.


Portsea Golf Club is one of 19 golf courses in the Mornington Peninsula. Ten of those Mornington Peninsula Golf Courses are in the top 100 in Australia, including Portsea Golf Club. There are ten golf courses within 15 minutes drive of Portsea Village Resort.

If you are looking for outdoor activities during your stay at Portsea Village Resort, Portsea Golf Course is a great option. As one of Australia’s most prestigious golf courses, they have a proud reputation of providing guests with exceptional customer service.


Established in 1923, this course has undergone many changes, beginning as a 9-hole course and now boasts an 18 hole, 5,747 metre par 71 layout and is consistently ranked in the top 50 golf courses in Australia. Offering spectacular views of Port Phillip Bay, Portsea Golf Course has recently rebuilt a new club house.


Portsea Golf Course is also home to several major tournaments each year, which are the Portsea Pro Am, Senior Pro Am, Holden Scramble, Portsea Open Amateur and Twilight Golf tournaments.


Portsea Golf Course is just a short 3 minute’s drive by car, 1.5km from Portsea Village Resort. While Portsea Village is not directly affiliated with the Portsea Golf Club, we offer Stay & Play packages which incorporates 18 holes at Portsea Golf Club, Accommodation & meals at Portsea Village Resort.


There are many other nearby golf courses offering a variety of skill levels. Some being Sorrento Golf Club, Cap Schanck Golf Club, The National Golf Club, Eagle Ridge Golf Club, Moonah Links Golf Club, The Dunes Golf Club, all of which can also be incorporated into the Stay & Play packages



Our cool climate Wine region is home to some of Australia’s best Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Although these two Burgundian varieties attract most of the attention you will find outstanding examples of cool climate Sparkling wines, Pinot Gris & Pinot Grigio, Riesling and Shiraz (Syrah). We are blessed with a wide variety of cellar door options from smaller cellar doors with intimate settings to large impress architecturally designed venues. Many wineries are open daily however some are only open weekends or in a few cases only the first full weekend of each month so we encourage you to visit the Mornington Peninsula Wineries website to help plan your tour of our region.


Snorkel and freediving Australia innovator Marlon Quinn wants to share with you the finest marine experiences.
Our small group bird watching, dolphin and whale watching cruises, swim with seal and weedy seadragon boat tours, and freediving adventures highlight spectacular scenery, wildlife and underwater features and marine life that you can’t find anywhere else on Earth.


“We operate in the ocean and we conduct our operations as role models with the upmost respect for the ocean; we train and educate our guests and students to do the same.”

Our goal is to provide personalised scuba diving courses, experiences, marine education and conservation action
to our students, guests and customers.

We deliver high quality, professional, compassionate, patient and dedicated services to our clients with their comfort, safety, environmental impact and success as priorities.

We want to instill into our clients the same passion for scuba diving and the environment that we have, from their very first diving experience right through to achieving Master Scuba Diver status.  Best of all, in our modern world where recreational time is limited and valuable – WE COME TO YOU!