Flinders, Mornington Peninsula

About an hour and a half from Melbourne, Flinders is located on  the  Mornington Peninsula,  looking out over  Western Port Bay.  It offers a rugged coastline of cliffs and ocean beaches which look out on to   Bass Strait. Some excellent photographic opportunity’s to be had there, including some wildlife ,seabirds in particular.

Flinders is  a popular  holiday destination due to its scenic coastal location. They have managed  to preserve the area’s natural beauty and scenic views. There are a  number of historical buildings that exist within the town,  along with  several antique shops, the Flinders Fine Art Gallery and the popular Flinders Bakehouse Cafe.

The pier pictured below is a bit over a hundred meters long and a popular fishing spot so watch out for the fishing lines. There are plans now to redevelop this pier and the construction of the new pier has already begun along side the old one


About Christine Wilson Photography

Currently working as a nurse in Melbourne and part-time photographer
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3 Responses to Flinders, Mornington Peninsula

  1. Beautiful photos, with a very strong composition. I love your photography style.


  2. Lovely images – the last one was my favorite. Very dreamy – well shot!


  3. Jim Worrall says:

    Beautiful work Chris.


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