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Pristine beaches and gloriously green hinterland – this much-loved holiday favourite is just an hour's drive from Melbourne, and home to more than 50 boutique cellar doors and the region's renowned pinot noir.

Passion for pinot

Hear the stories of passionate peninsula vintners, who grow their own fruit and produce their own wines. They'll tell you all about the famed regional pinot noir and the cool-climate chardonnay, and let you in on the secrets of the newer regional varietals, including pinot grigio, pinot gris and shiraz.

Regions within a region

Taste different styles on a cruise around this compact and diverse region. Climate, topography, land and soil structure create distinct micro-climates around the hinterland villages of Red Hill, Main Ridge and Moorooduc, and Merricks, Balnarring and Dromana on the coast.

Chat with other wine buffs on your tasting journey, or relax and take advantage of award-winning winery restaurants, casual eateries, accommodation and broad sundecks.

Try something a little different. Join a tour and ride through the heart of the region's wine country on horseback, visiting wineries and farms along the way for tastings.

Hatted cellar door restaurants

Rich with fine wine-growing soils, the peninsula is also a hotbed of culinary excellence and refined service. Follow up an afternoon of wine tasting with a meal to remember at one of the region's celebrated restaurants, such as Ten Minutes By Tractor, Port Phillip Estate, Montalto or Paringa Estate.

Winter celebrations

Cruise down the peninsula in June over the Queen's Birthday break to join in the fun of the Winter Wine Weekend. Pop into local cellar doors in and around Red Hill and taste more than 200 premium wines from some 50 wineries.



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Crittenden Estate

Sample the exciting range of traditional and alternative varietals, while taking in views of the lake and some of the oldest vines on the Peninsula.


Elevate Wine Tours

Elevate your day and tour in style as well as comfort. Sit back and relax while you’re guided through the beautiful Mornington Peninsula wine region....



Catch the infectious love of all that's fine, with Montalto's art, design and wine flattering the food, awarded a hat in The Age Good Food Guide.


Willow Creek at Flinders

Enjoy captivating vineyard views and elegantly crafted wines, predominantly pinot noir and chardonnay, from the stylish cellar door and Salix restaurant.


Prancing Horse Estate

The Prancing Horse was a natural source of inspiration for the name chosen for the owners venture into the wine industry highlighting the strong...


Trofeo Estate

Nestled in the foothills of Dromana on the Mornington Peninsula sits Trofeo Estate, one of the Peninsula’s newest wineries. Trofeo Estate specialise...


Phaedrus Estate

Pack yourself a picnic, meet the winemakers for an informal tasting and try a pinot noir, shiraz, pinot grigio, chardonnay or pinot gris, or three.


Nazaaray Estate Winery

This is single vineyard wine at its best. Nazaaray Estate Winery is Mornington Peninsula’s southernmost vineyard, set on 50 acres in Flinders with...


The Pig & Whistle

The Pig & Whistle and Bayview Estate Winery, nestled in the hills, five minutes from Arthurs Seat has long been a favourite watering hole for locals...


Green Olive at Red Hill

Deliberate over the all-day tapas and wine menu, visit the farm shop and join a Mornington Peninsula cooking class at this haven for food lovers.


Paringa Estate Winery and Restaurant

Enjoy award-winning food and wine with magnificent valley views at this Red Hill winery and restaurant hatted by The Age Good Food Guide.


Paradigm Hill

Stop to savour very good riesling, shiraz, pinot gris and pinot noir from the cellar door's deck, along with tasting plates of savoury delicacies.


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Food and wine


Enjoy unforgettable meals accompanied by signature wines on the peninsula and see what the star chefs create from the fresh regional produce.

Food & wine

Local produce

Fill up with farm-fresh delights at Mornington Peninsula's inviting roadside stalls, or taste the harvest cooked to perfection at esteemed eateries.

Things to do

Spa and wellbeing

Restore balance to your life with Mornington Peninsula's sea air, serene gardens, luxurious day spas and Victoria's only natural geothermal springs.

Things to do

Art and culture

Absorb some artistic flair amid the heritage ambience and creative dynamism that combine and thrive throughout the Mornington Peninsula.