Snorkeling under the ‘Flinders Pier’ is a must do when visiting Victoria’s Mornigton Peninsula. You may not expect it but there is plenty to see just below the surface, including ‘Weedy Seadragons’, Toadfish, Starfish, Crabs and much more. You will have to be weary of anglers above but in only 2 metres of water and with a keen eye it is not uncommon to spot a ‘Weedy Seadragon’ camouflaged among the weed and sea grass. The seadragons seem very unfazed by humans so if your lucky enough to spot one you shouldn’t have any trouble getting right up close for a good look. Towards the end of the pier there is a bit of discarded structure including an old engine where you are sure to find fish finding for protection.
Flinders Pier is easily accessible from the Car Park at Flinders Beach that also services the Boat Ramp adjacent to the pier.
– Close proximity to Town Centre – obtain Directions here
– Car Parking available at Flinders Beach Car Park
– Parking for Large Rigs
– Things to Do on the Water
– Things to Do about Town
– Nearby Features:
– Facilities available at Flinders include:
Address: Flinders Pier - Off the Service Road at the East End of Bass Street
AustraliaAccess: Sealed RoadParking & Transfers:
- Bicycle Parking
- Off Street Parking
- Morning or Afternoon
- Family Fun