Located around an hour from Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula is brimming with stunning attractions and wellness activities.
From wineries and dining experiences, boutique shopping and open-air markets to coastal and hinterland walks, arts trails, golf courses, national parks and endless outdoor adventures—there are plenty of things to do.
It’s a region as rich in landscape as it is in history. The southern peninsula features pristine bay beaches, wild ocean beaches and the historic limestone buildings of Sorrento, while Portsea is home to Point Nepean National Park – a culturally significant Indigenous site, old military base and popular seaside walking spot.
If you head to the magical hinterland around Red Hill you’ll find a plethora of wineries and paddock-to-plate gourmet food destinations and farmers’ markets. A drive down the winding road to Arthur’s Seat reveals the Peninsula’s most stunning lookouts with broad views over Port Phillip Bay.
When it comes to activities and attractions on the Mornington Peninsula, it’s not so much a question of what to do—but where to start.
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