Fosters Beach in Mornington is a fairly narrow, steep, rocky, west facing beach on the Eastern side of Port Phillip. It's only 80 metres long and the cliffs are steep and unstable so keep to the tracks. There is deep water close inshore at high tide and rips are present when waves are breaking. The main beach area is all rocks.
The Esplanade runs along the top of the 20 to 30 metre high sandstone bluffs behind the beach, and there is a continuous foreshore reserve west of the road.
Fosters Beach is exposed to strong westerly winds and waves. Best dived or snorkelled with light easterly offshore winds. There is deep water close inshore at high tide.
Dive Type: Shore Dive
Imported from The Scuba Doctor