The Mornington Peninsula is an exceptional destination and it is right on Melbourne’s doorstep, crammed with attractions, festivals, events and accommodation options.
Leave the beaten track behind to find some amazing local works of art, getting lost in a hedge maze or swimming with the dolphins.
With over 50 cellar doors, 170 vineyards, fruit-picking, vegetable farms and a myriad of restaurants, there is something to suit all palettes. Feel like trying the culinary delights of some of Victoria’s most well renowned chefs? For those who prefer to whip-up your own delights then the range of fresh and quirky local produce should tickle the imagination.
From Mornington Peninsula National Park Point Nepean, and French Island through to magnificent coastal and bush walks, woodlands, wetlands and unique coral reefs, the Peninsula is a nature lover’s paradise.
For those wishing to stay there are accommodation options to suit everyone’s tastes and budgets. From foreshore camping to motels, and guesthouses through to luxurious bed and breakfasts, resorts, and apartments.
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