If you are looking for a perfect destination for a day trip, look no further than the Mornington Peninsula; tucked away in the very tip of the coast is none other than the beautiful London Bridge Lookout.
The London Bridge area is located at the most northern beach in the Mornington Peninsula National Park. This magnificent formation is composed of sandstone weathered from thousands of years of wind, rain and waves.
A short walk from the car park will take you to the lookout providing breathtaking views of London Bridge, the beach, ocean and the rock formations below. During low tide, rock pools also become visible and are only a step away.
View from the lookout
Along the beach you can also see the many magnificent rock formations that have been created along the shoreline.
Rock formations from years of weathering
Besides the rock formations, there are also many native flora and fauna that call this place their home. You will spend hours of fun exploring this beautiful beach, stunning rock formations and the small critters that you may find.
Moss growing on the rocks
Washed up sea sponge
Besides the sight seeing there are many other activities for those who enjoy the outdoors. They include picnic grounds, bike riding tracks, and a scenic woodlands walk along the Wilsons Folly Track which leads into the neighbouring Point Neapean National Park,-home to unique wildlife. For those who are more adventurous there are also scuba diving tours and hang gliding or paragliding.