Camping is available all year round at the Shoreham Foreshore Reserve Campground, Mornington Peninsula Victoria Australia. Enjoy a range of water activities and walk along the nearby cliffs. Visiting the many wineries in the Mornington Peninsula is also a popular activity in this region. There is a boat ramp off Beach Rd – please note however that a 4WD vehicle is required to launch your boat. The Shoreham Foreshore Camping Reserve is accessed off the Prout–Webb Rd in Shoreham. The small town of Shoreham is on the south-eastern edge of Mornington Peninsula and faces Phillip Island. The town’s foreshore reserve offers an excellent camping experience and is a comfortable and relaxing location that is very popular during summer holidays, Easter and long weekends during summer. At this location, you can go camping, swimming, fishing and boating. Take the Frankston–Flinders Rd from the Moorooduc Hwy.
It is common for this campground to be fully booked from mid-December until the end of January, so don’t simply arrive expecting to find a campsite – call in advance during busy periods.
FEES are $35 per night for 2 persons, 3 people $45, 4 people $55 and extra persons $10 each per night.
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