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Somers Yacht Club
Coolart Mansion & Wetlands
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Somers is a small, quiet seaside village with a safe and pleasant swimming beach located about 80 km south of Melbourne on the eastern side of the Mornington Peninsula, and on the western shore of Western Port Bay.

This part of the coast is very beautiful and has lots of attractions and recreational facilities. Somers is a coastal recreation resort famous for its foreshore reserve and pine-covered cliffs. Somers has a Post Office, general store, tennis courts, community hall, barbecue facilities, picnic areas, and a yacht club.

Local attractions and activities include:
Somers began to emerge from the subdivision of pastoral land in the 1920s. The town's general store and post office date from 1927 and are still in operation.

The RAAF trained here during World War II and the military buildings were later taken over by the Education Department which established Somers Camp. This focus on the area's recreational and scenic values led to the emergence of holiday homes and campgrounds.

Somers and Merricks had a combined population in 1996 of 963.
Balnarring Shopping Centre

The Emu Plains Market is held at Balnarring Racecourse

• Local beaches - Somers has a safe swimming beach and a little to the west is Balnarring Beach and Point Leo Beach which are suitable for swimming, surfing, fishing, bodyboarding and surfskis.

• Coolart - a beautiful Victorian mansion & wetlands walk park situated on Lord Somers Road.

• The koala population,

• Foreshore walks

• Dolphin Watching from the beach
A great place to play
- and a great place to stay!
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A great place to play
- and a great place to stay!