Rosebud - Places to See

Rosebud (including Rye, Boneo, Gunnamatta and McCrae)
Holiday resort on Port Phillip Bay near Mornington Peninsula National Park
Wiht its pleasant foreshore and choice of three golf courses, Rosebud is a busy holiday resort and commercial centre of 11 000 people located 78 kilometres south of Melbourne via the Nepean Highway. It is situated on the northern rim of the Mornington Peninsula, facing northwards across Port Phillip to the state capital which lies 50 km away on the opposite shore. The local beach is calm and sheltered and therefore ideal for families. There are three golf clubs - in Elizabeth Drive, Boneo Rd and Truemans Rd - and a major shopping strip on Point Nepean Rd.

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Rosebud - Sleep

Rosebud (including Rye, Boneo, Gunnamatta and McCrae)
Holiday resort on Port Phillip Bay near Mornington Peninsula National Park
Wiht its pleasant foreshore and choice of three golf courses, Rosebud is a busy holiday resort and commercial centre of 11 000 people located 78 kilometres south of Melbourne via the Nepean Highway. It is situated on the northern rim of the Mornington Peninsula, facing northwards across Port Phillip to the state capital which lies 50 km away on the opposite shore. The local beach is calm and sheltered and therefore ideal for families. There are three golf clubs - in Elizabeth Drive, Boneo Rd and Truemans Rd - and a major shopping strip on Point Nepean Rd.

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Rosebud - Eat

Rosebud (including Rye, Boneo, Gunnamatta and McCrae)
Holiday resort on Port Phillip Bay near Mornington Peninsula National Park
Wiht its pleasant foreshore and choice of three golf courses, Rosebud is a busy holiday resort and commercial centre of 11 000 people located 78 kilometres south of Melbourne via the Nepean Highway. It is situated on the northern rim of the Mornington Peninsula, facing northwards across Port Phillip to the state capital which lies 50 km away on the opposite shore. The local beach is calm and sheltered and therefore ideal for families. There are three golf clubs - in Elizabeth Drive, Boneo Rd and Truemans Rd - and a major shopping strip on Point Nepean Rd.

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Rosebud - Culture and History

Rosebud (including Rye, Boneo, Gunnamatta and McCrae)
Holiday resort on Port Phillip Bay near Mornington Peninsula National Park
Wiht its pleasant foreshore and choice of three golf courses, Rosebud is a busy holiday resort and commercial centre of 11 000 people located 78 kilometres south of Melbourne via the Nepean Highway. It is situated on the northern rim of the Mornington Peninsula, facing northwards across Port Phillip to the state capital which lies 50 km away on the opposite shore. The local beach is calm and sheltered and therefore ideal for families. There are three golf clubs - in Elizabeth Drive, Boneo Rd and Truemans Rd - and a major shopping strip on Point Nepean Rd.

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Rosebud - Events

Rosebud (including Rye, Boneo, Gunnamatta and McCrae)
Holiday resort on Port Phillip Bay near Mornington Peninsula National Park
Wiht its pleasant foreshore and choice of three golf courses, Rosebud is a busy holiday resort and commercial centre of 11 000 people located 78 kilometres south of Melbourne via the Nepean Highway. It is situated on the northern rim of the Mornington Peninsula, facing northwards across Port Phillip to the state capital which lies 50 km away on the opposite shore. The local beach is calm and sheltered and therefore ideal for families. There are three golf clubs - in Elizabeth Drive, Boneo Rd and Truemans Rd - and a major shopping strip on Point Nepean Rd.

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Frankston - Fast Facts

Frankston (and Seaford)
Commuter suburb on Port Phillip Bay
Frankston is a fairly substantial city which has become part of metropolitan Melbourne. It is located on the eastern shore of Port Phillip Bay and is set against Olivers Hill, 40 km south of the city centre via the Nepean Highway. Described as the 'Gateway to the Mornington Peninsula' it lies at the northern end of that enormous promontory on the eastern shore of Port Phillip Bay. It boasts 7 km of beaches and coastal habitat, bushlands, historic buildings, theatres, galleries, restaurants, nightclubs, indoor climbing, golf, tenpin bowling, botanic gardens, a pier and all manner of aquatic opportunities such as swimming, fishing, waterskiing and yachting. Kanahook Creek is another attractive element of the foreshore area. This combination of ocean frontage and proximity has made Frankston a desirable commuter suburb for the state capital. The municipality of Frankston, which includes Seaford, Carrum, Carrum Downs, Langwarrin

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Frankston - Eat

Frankston (and Seaford)
Commuter suburb on Port Phillip Bay
Frankston is a fairly substantial city which has become part of metropolitan Melbourne. It is located on the eastern shore of Port Phillip Bay and is set against Olivers Hill, 40 km south of the city centre via the Nepean Highway. Described as the 'Gateway to the Mornington Peninsula' it lies at the northern end of that enormous promontory on the eastern shore of Port Phillip Bay. It boasts 7 km of beaches and coastal habitat, bushlands, historic buildings, theatres, galleries, restaurants, nightclubs, indoor climbing, golf, tenpin bowling, botanic gardens, a pier and all manner of aquatic opportunities such as swimming, fishing, waterskiing and yachting. Kanahook Creek is another attractive element of the foreshore area. This combination of ocean frontage and proximity has made Frankston a desirable commuter suburb for the state capital. The municipality of Frankston, which includes Seaford, Carrum, Carrum Downs, Langwarrin

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Frankston - Sleep

Frankston (and Seaford)
Commuter suburb on Port Phillip Bay
Frankston is a fairly substantial city which has become part of metropolitan Melbourne. It is located on the eastern shore of Port Phillip Bay and is set against Olivers Hill, 40 km south of the city centre via the Nepean Highway. Described as the 'Gateway to the Mornington Peninsula' it lies at the northern end of that enormous promontory on the eastern shore of Port Phillip Bay. It boasts 7 km of beaches and coastal habitat, bushlands, historic buildings, theatres, galleries, restaurants, nightclubs, indoor climbing, golf, tenpin bowling, botanic gardens, a pier and all manner of aquatic opportunities such as swimming, fishing, waterskiing and yachting. Kanahook Creek is another attractive element of the foreshore area. This combination of ocean frontage and proximity has made Frankston a desirable commuter suburb for the state capital. The municipality of Frankston, which includes Seaford, Carrum, Carrum Downs, Langwarrin

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