Mornington Peninsula Visitor Information Centre & Booking Service can help you find the best places to see and visit while you are in the region.
The Mornington Peninsula is an exceptional destination, as it is diverse and untapped. It is right on Melbourne's doorstep and is crammed with attractions, festivals, events and accommodation options.
Activities abound on the Peninsula from golf, tennis and swimming to horse riding along windswept beaches, bushwalking and bird watching.
Take the opportunity to leave the beaten track to find some amazing local works of art, getting lost in a hedge maze or even swimming with the dolphins.
The region has over 50 cellar doors, 170 vineyards, fruit picking and vegetable farms and a myriad of restaurants there is something to suit all palettes.
Feel like feasting on freshwater trout at a winery? Or trying the culinary delights of some of Victoria's top, most well renowned chefs? These are only a handful of the food and wine experiences available on the Peninsula. For those of you who prefer to whip-up your own delights than the range of fresh and quirky local produce should tickle the imagination.
From one of Victoria's icon National Parks, Mornington Peninsula National Park Point Nepean, French Island (home of the largest, disease-free Koala population in Australia) through to magnificent coastal and bush walks, woodlands, wetlands and unique coral reefs, the Peninsula is a nature lover's paradise.
For those wishing to stay longer there are accommodation options to suit everyone's tastes and budgets. From camping on the foreshore to hotels and motels, guesthouses and backpacker hostels through to luxurious bed and breakfasts, resorts, cottages and apartments.
Make your booking through the Mornington Peninsula Visitor Information Centre & Booking Service. Visit the website to check out the new online booking service!
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