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Balnarring Beach Foreshore is a 70ha nature reserve bordered by Merricks Creek and Western Port Bay. It forms part of the Western Port Biosphere, an internationally recognised Ramsar site (wetland) and is managed for conservation.
Balnarring Foreshore Interpretive Trail
The Balnarring Foreshore Interpretive Trail is an excellent way to discover the areas natural and cultural heritage values while exploring the Balnarring Foreshore. Read more >
Local food and dining
The Tulum Store is the heart of Balnarring Beach and offers a selection of food and drinks to dine in or takeaway. It can be found at the end of Balnarring Beach Rd adjacent to the Rotunda and Robertsons Park.
There is a wide selection of cafe’s, bakeries, restaurants, specialty shops and an IGA supermarket in the township of Balnarring. There are also many farm gates, wineries, breweries, distilleries and restaurants in the district.
The Mornington Peninsula is renowned for its food and wine offerings. You can find out about them all here >
Mornington has so much more to offer than just food and wine. There are amazing walking trails taking in the coastal scenery, some of Australia’s best golf courses, beaches to explore, aquatic tours, adventures and attractions, hot springs, day spas and wellbeing retreats and more.
You can visit Mornington Peninsula Tourism to find out about all of the amazing things you can do, taste and experience on the Mornington Peninsula.