A Perfect Blend – Wine, Golf, Hot Springs

The Mornington Peninsula is a small, beautiful and fascinating region of extraordinary contrasts. There are three spectacular coastlines, dozens of beaches and welcoming villages, 19 outstanding golf courses and more than 50 cellar doors scattered right along the coast and through the hinterland. With over 10% of Victoria’s shoreline, this unique area offers fabulous diving and snorkelling, marine national parks and more than 60 shipwrecks.

The sea air is utterly pure and refreshing, and is best enjoyed swimming with dolphins, relaxing in    geothermal springs, exploring maritime and military history or simply marvelling at quaint jetties, bathing boxes and cliff top mansions from a cruise along the bays.

Wildlife Encounters, Garden and Walking Adventures

Magnificent landscapes, glorious gardens, wildlife sanctuaries and almost 3000 hectares of local, state and national parks offer an abundance of nature and wildlife activities.

Hundreds of great walking trails are scattered throughout the region, including the 100km Mornington Peninsula Walk which takes in the Two Bays Trail, Coastal Walk and Point Nepean. It’s an all-out adventure on the Mornington Peninsula with horse riding on an ocean beach, tree surfing, tube sliding, multiple mazes and stand up paddling.

  • Attractions
  • Accommodation
  • Tours & Transport
  • Dining

Key Features

  • Secluded wineries and boutique cellar doors
  • Award winning restaurants, casual bistros, quirky cafes
  • Farmgates, produce stores and pick-your-own fruit experiences
  • Stunning coastal views and diverse water-based activities
  • Outdoor adventures and up close animal encounters
  • Geothermal hot springs and day spa retreats
  • Coastal and hinterland villages
  • Outdoor sculpture, art studios and inspiring galleries
  • Nineteen golf courses in links and resort style

Fine Wines, Vibrant Markets and More

Some of Australia’s finest wine comes from this cool maritime climate. Award winning Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are best enjoyed in the many excellent restaurants, where innovative chefs are inspired by bountiful local produce. Vibrant markets, boutique shops, art studios, antique and collectable outlets promise memorable shopping experiences. There’s a vast choice of accommodation too, from country house hotels, to golf resorts, intimate B&Bs and seaside apartments

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