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Point Nepean: the end of the Mornington Peninsula, one of the ‘heads’ of Port Phillip Bay, a national park, the site of a disappearance of an Australian Prime Minister, a series of army forts, a former army training area and the site of the first shot fired by the British Empire in WWI. 584 more words
Off The Fairways is a blog focused on golf courses around the world, written by an American living in Australia. The main focus of the blog will be on Australian courses around the Melbourne area, however other courses in Australia and abroad will get reviewed as I travel. 98 more words
Who else is fed up with the millions of generic, auto-generated emails sitting in their inbox? Free and user-friendly online software such as Mail Chimp has made it so easy for every Tom, Dick and Harry to start email campaigns. 541 more words
Peninsula Springs in Fingal on the Mornington Peninsula is my favourite place to relax and unwind.
The trick is to arrive early to beat the crowds and enjoy a quiet time hearing more of the birds, croaking frogs and trickle to natural springs water containing natural minerals that I find far more relaxing than a massage (you can actually enjoy the two and any other pampering treatment you might choose by booking treatments as well). 222 more words