The Mornington Peninsula offers many exciting adventures and recreational activities for singles, couples and families. Even though COVID-19 has impacted our community, you can still take advantage of the stunning seascapes at our front door.
On request we can organise a group booking for your Golfers' day out at a local golf course. enjoy yourself whilst safely social distancing. For gourmet travellers your culinary adventure begins by following the trail of excellent wineries and award winning restaurants around Rye and local suburbs.
If you're trying to entertain some little ones, the Peninsula offers many activities. Play Peter Rabbit while Strawberry picking in Main Ridge. Experience the thrills at The Enchanted Adventure Garden or get up close and personal at the Moonlit Sanctuary.
Your journey to relaxation starts here. Peninsula Hot Springs is the first natural hot springs and day spa in The Mornington Peninsula, just 90 minutes from Melbourne. Natural thermal mineral waters flow into the pools and private baths at this award-winning coastal resort, providing the idyllic setting for relaxation and rejuvenation.
Walk beyond the sandbars at low tide, into the shallows of Port Phillip Bay. This coastline links Melbourne and Frankston to the inlets from Mount Eliza to Portsea. Set up your sun shelter early for a beach day. Cool off in the water, play beach cricket or swim around the piers. At the end of the day, relax on the beach and watch the beautiful sunset.
Mornington Peninsula is renowned for outstanding wineries and vineyards, with both formal and informal dining. Plan your day of wine tasting at Red Hill, Main ridge, Moorooduc, Flinders and many other locations. Visit http://www.morningtonpeninsulawineries.com.au/ before you come down to get the best idea of where to go!
Many exciting regional markets are held regularly on the Mornington Peninsula, selling delicious local produce and artisan products. A few include: Balnarring Market (Emu Plains Market), Boneo Community Market, Mornington Main Street Market and the famous Red Hill Market. Check the Visit Victoria website for more info.