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Township of Flinders

Flinders Village offers a relaxing atmosphere and is enjoyed by many day trippers as well as holiday makers. Situated on Bass Strait and Western Port Bay and centrally located to many wineries, it offers both surf and safe beach recreation, great fishing & diving, fantastic golfing, delicious and diverse dining, antique and curio shopping as well as a wide range of comfortable accommodation options.

Set amidst some of the most spectacular scenery on the Mornington Peninsula, with picturesque country roads, native bush lands local vineyards and stunning views of both Western Port and Bass Strait, Flinders is a unique and historic fishing village. A quiet haven and a world away from the fast lane. The Village centre is

400 metres from the cliff tops and there is an abundance of parkland enjoying panoramic views.

Town life for locals is largely centred on the landmark Flinders Hotel the first Flinders pier was built in 1864 and in 1869 Flinders became the site for a submarine cable to Tasmania. A flourishing golf club was established from the early 1900’s, which today is one of the most scenically sited courses in Australia.

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