Wild beaches, sand dunes, towering trees, hinterland gardens and fertile farmland – when it comes to the Mornington Peninsula’s natural wonders, the list is a long one. Thankfully, we’ve rounded up a few of the highlights, starting with the Flinders Blowhole. A wooden boardwalk leads to the blowhole (which is located between Cape Schanck Lighthouse and the township of Flinders), and the views of the Bass Strait coastline are breathtaking. Have your camera ready to capture the moment the water swells and sprays into the air. Next, make your way to see London Bridge. This impressive arch-shaped rock formation is a sight to behold, and at low tide you can explore right around the base of it. Budding photographers will want to make a beeline for Number 16 Beach, one of the peninsula’s most scenic sites. You’ll find more epic rock formations here – Dragon Head Rock is easily identifiable – as well as rock pools and crumbling cliffs. We recommend going down at dusk to watch the sun put on one helluva light show.