Just imagine where you’ll find yourself on the Mornington Peninsula. Wandering the Wine Food Farmgate trail? Finding little treasures as you explore idyllic coastal and hinterland villages?  Diving into aquatic adventures or simply slipping into natural hot springs? There’s so much to discover, so many surprises, so much to enjoy. Just come and find your way.


How to make your day…

Breakfasting on fresh local produce in the pure maritime air is a great start to the day. After that, it’s totally over to you. If you love food and wine, head off on the Wine Food Farmgate trail  for a picnic basket full of local produce, elegant wines, excellent dining, boutique breweries, distilleries and cider makers.


Lively markets are full of local produce as well as artisan crafts, which may then tempt you to discover artists’ studios, galleries and sculpture parks

One thing always leads to another…and often that’s shopping – easily done in one of the 30 villages scattered along the coastlines and in the hinterland.

Or you can write your own adventure story, from surfing in among the treetops to swimming with seals, diving with dolphins or exploring countless bush and coastal trails on foot or bicycle.

Golf tragics hit the sweet spot, with some of Australia’s best links, parkland and resort courses set in spectacular locations.

Craving a little indulgence? Naturally heated hot springs, day spas and spa retreats let you create your own six degrees of relaxation.

All year round you’ll find events of all kinds to entertain you such as outdoor markets, food and wine dinners and activities for kids. If art and music feed your soul, check out the art exhibitions, music, dance and theatre

The Mornington Peninsula has everything to really make your day – and your stay. Everyone has a different idea of bliss at bedtime – and on the Mornington Peninsula we take care of them all.

So escape to the good life, to our luxurious country house retreats, vineyard cottages and lakeside lodges, or to the coast’s spacious contemporary apartments, classic seaside cottages (some are pet friendly) superb holiday homes and very comfortable motels.

Our historic country house retreats and picturesque vineyards where you can stay after a leisurely dinner, and the hill-top B&Bs which give you extraordinary views of the picturesque coastline of Port Phillip.


Looking for something special; open fires, close to a specific location, accessible options, group accommodation, etc and can’t find what you are looking for? Call our Visitor Information Centre team for advice and assistance on 03 5950 1579. We are open 7 days from 10am – 4pm

So come and find your way.








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