Things To Do

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Your journey to relaxation starts here. Peninsula Hot Springs is the first natural hot springs and day spa centre in Victoria, just 90 minutes from Melbourne. Natural thermal mineral waters flow into the pools and private baths at this award-winning coastal oasis, providing the idyllic setting for relaxation and rejuvenation.

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Walk beyond the sandbars into gently lapping waves on the string of golden Port Phillip Bay beaches. These shores link Melbourne and Frankston, the inlets around Mount Eliza and Mount Martha, and on to the expanse from Safety Beach to Dromana, Rosebud, Rye, Sorrento and Portsea. Set up your sun shelter early in the morning alongside other holidaying families. Cool off in the water, play a bit of beach cricket or take a snorkel around the piers.

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Mornington Peninsula is famous for its abundance of wineries and vineyards. Head to any of the massive selection throughout Red Hill, Moorooduc, Flinders and many other locations for a day of wine tasting or a tasty cheese platter. Be sure to visit http://www.morningtonpeninsulawineries.com.au/ before you come down to get the best idea of where to go!

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Many markets are held regularly on the Mornington Peninsula and surrounds. A few include: Balnarring Market (Emu Plains Market) Third Saturday of the month from October to April. Boneo Community Market Third Saturday of the month. Mornington Main Street Market. Every Wednesday.

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Walk beyond the sandbars into gently lapping waves on the string of golden Port Phillip Bay beaches. These shores link Melbourne and Frankston, the inlets around Mount Eliza and Mount Martha, and on to the expanse from Safety Beach to Dromana, Rosebud, Rye, Sorrento and Portsea. Set up your sun shelter early in the morning alongside other holidaying families. Cool off in the water, play a bit of beach cricket or take a snorkel around the piers.

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