Whether you’re enjoying the ultra-modern outdoor sports or shopping in the trendy streets of Mornington, sampling superb peninsula wines, relaxing on the beach or dining in one of the many restaurants, cafes & eateries, Mornington Peninsula has it all!
Restaurants & Dining
There are many fine restaurants, cafes & eateries on the Mornington Peninsula
Mornington Peninsula Wineries,vineyards and cellar door wine sales. The Mornington Peninsula boasts more than 100 vineyards, set against a backdrop of stunning landscapes and rugged coastlines. Take the time to aquaint yourself with Melbourne’s own wine region, a place where some of Australia’s finest cool-climate wines are being produced. With its distinct maritime climate, the Mornington Penninsula produces a vast array of quality wines. Traditional varieties of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir excel, and promise has been shown with the lesser known varieties of Viogner and Pinot Gris
Accommodation Bed and Breakfast Guide
Mornington Peninsula is little more than an hour’s drive from Melbourne. The Peninsula, over the last decade or so, has bloomed into a wine and gourmet food lovers mecca. Where once the Mornington Peninsula was a prime destination for seaside family holidays,it now also has rolling vineyards, outstanding restaurants and brilliant retreats for couples who are seeking an indulgent getaway from the usual weekday stresses.
Attractions and Activities on the Mornington Peninsula Try a marine adventure swimming with the seals and dolphins or Scuba diving into reefs and ancient shipwrecks. Join a ‘learn to surf’ school or relax on an ocean beach horseride. Mornington Peninsula activities and attractions
Mornington Peninsula has an abundance of great golf courses and stunning coastal views from every corner of the Mornington Peninsula. From the traditional layouts of Sorrento and Portsea, the Robert Trent Jones designed National Old Course, and the Scottish feel of The Dunes to the newer Norman designed National Moonah course and Thomson Wolveridge & Perrett designed National Ocean and more recently Moonah Links courses, the Mornington Peninsula is a golfers heaven.
Attractions and Activities on the Mornington Peninsula
Try a marine adventure swimming with the seals and dolphins or Scuba diving into reefs and ancient shipwrecks. Join a learn to surf’ school or relax on an ocean beach horseride. Mornington Peninsula activities and attractions
Visit Mornington Peninsula
Try a marine adventure swimming with the seals and dolphins or Scuba diving into reefs and ancient shipwrecks. Join a learn to surf’ school or relax on an ocean beach horseride. In the hinterland hills behind, you’ll be captivated by the shady lanes, farmgate produce, markets, boutique galleries, B&Bs and wineries. Tranquillity and secret discoveries – you’re
a world away on the Mornington Peninsula! Nice site well designed and easy to get around, plus has a wealth of information.
Melbournes Bays and Peninsulas offers some of Victoria‘s premier family destinations, including seaside villages, golf courses and family activities set between two breathtaking and tranquil bays of water. Another great site with a wealth of information and designed for easy navigation, recommended.
Horseriding, nature & eco tours. Cinemas & drive-ins, day spas and tour & car hire services. Useful information covering the above activities with links to individual business.
Marine National Parks and Sanctuaries
The Victorian Government has created a system of 13 Marine National Parks and 11 smaller Marine Sanctuaries. These parks and sanctuaries now protect 5.3% of Victoria’s coastal waters, safeguarding important marine habitats and species, significant natural features, cultural heritage and aesthetic values. The Churchill Island Marine National Park, Mushroom Reef Marine Sanctuary, French Island Marine National Park. Great site to visit with abundance of information plus easy to navigate.