The Mornington Peninsula

Surrounded by the sea, with the rugged Bass Strait coastline on one side, and the family friendly beaches of Port Phillip Bay on the other, you could easily be drawn into thinking that water activities are the Peninsula’s central theme.  But throw in over 90 wineries, restaurants, golf courses, mazes, gardens, art galleries, produce markets, natural hot springs, cooking classes to name just a few, and you will soon find that the Mornington Peninsula has something for everyone and will keep you coming back for more.

Wining & Dining

More than 90 wineries call the peninsula home, and along with cellar door tastings of fine wines which the region is famous for, you can treat the taste buds at a range of cafes and restaurants.

Arthurs Seat Eagle Chair

Things To See & Do

With everything from horse riding adventures, historical homesteads, cheese factories and a gin distillery, the Mornington Peninsula has something for everyone.  We have put together a list of some of our favourite ways to spend a day… or three!

Getting Around

Whilst there is an abundance of fantastic things to see and do within close proximity walking to everything is not achievable. There is now a variety of ways to get around the Peninsula with everything from Public Transport to Guided Tours, we have put together a list of transport alternatives to help you get around.