Destination: Mornington Peninsula

Experience, Surf and Bay Beaches, Wining and dining, Golfers and Fishermans Paradise.As a tourist destination, the Mornington Peninsula is reminiscent of the Mediterranean. With its vineyards and olive groves, its historic country house retreats, intimate accommodation and its lengthy coastlines. Spend time in the seaside villages, or just meander back and forth from one coast to the other on country roads with glorious views.
The locations of the Mornington Peninsula is what makes it appealing and unique. Just a 1 hour drive, 72kms from the capital City of Melbourne. A unique way to view the Bay and the Mornington Peninsula Coastline is to travel with one of the private seaplane or helicopter operators that fly between Melbourne and Sorrento or Mornington Peninsula Wineries.
Things to do on the Mornington Peninsula:
The Mornington Peninsula is an adults playground and a childs delight.
Food and Wine: With around 90 wineries, most with cellar doors, a wine food and farmgate trail revealing its most delicious seasonal food secrets.
Recreational Activities: There is around 19 golf courses with a great variety available including private clubs, links and resort style courses, the area is often compared to some of the finest Peninsulas in the World, that have excellent condition year-round and extremely affordable.
Attractions on the Mornington Peninsula:
If you’ve never visited us, you’re in for some delightful surprises. Cliff-top mansions, lively local markets, grand historic gardens and galleries spilling over with art and antiques create colour and life around our seaside villages. Our bays tempt you with every type of water sport you could wish for, from sailing to scuba diving, fishing to sea kayaking
Observation Areas: Climbing Arthurs Seat and get a gondola’s-eye view of golden beaches of the Mornington and Bellarine peninsulas, and the City of Melbourne.
Spas and Wellbeing: Soak and relax in mineral goodness in an outdoor thermal pool at Peninsula Hot Springs.
Natural Attractions on the Mornington Peninsula:
If you’ve never visited us, you’re in for some delightful surprises. Cliff-top mansions, lively local markets, grand historic gardens and galleries spilling over with art and antiques create colour and life around our seaside villages. Our bays tempt you with every type of water sport you could wish for, from sailing to scuba diving, fishing to sea kayaking
Tracks and Trails: Like the cliff tops from Cape Schanck to Portsea on the Coastal Walk for views of surf, sand, tidal rock pools and dense coastal scrub. Hire a bike and pedal your way around Point Nepean National Park providing views of Port Phillip Bay, The Rip and Bass Strait.
Coast and Beaches: Bushrangers Bay Trail from the Cape Schanck Lighthouse to Bushrangers Bay for sweeping views of the wild coastline and impressive spire.

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