Monforts Beach lies in the Mornington Peninsula National Park next to both Bridgewater Bay and Fowlers Beach. These are three dangerous beach sections, with reef dominated surf at high tide and exposed rocks and reefs at low tide.
Montforts has some sheltered tidal pools at low tide, which offer the most suitable spots for bathing. This is not a well-known beach but an interesting and secluded area along the ocean beachside of the Mornington Peninsula
It is a nice walk to the beach from Spray Point Road with spectacular views along the way.