The Mornington Peninsula Freedom of Choice Tour seeks to satisfy your curiosity by offering a warm, collaborative planning process for you to pick a range of activities tailored to your taste.
Explore the region with a selection of wine, gourmet food or cultural activities. For your lunch, enjoy fresh seafood from Flinders or a locally inspired picnic hamper enjoyed after a trek to the hidden cove of Bushranger's Bay.
You are invited to take part in an unforgettable adventure that you help create. Together with your host, select an itinerary focusing on the activities and unique experiences you want that make the Mornington Peninsula such a captivating place.
Tour in a luxurious Mercedes Benz Viano, enjoy exclusive access, special deals and a regional gift hamper.
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Private wine tours for discerning visitors that take you way beyond your average cellar-door crawl for adventures with a well-connected local. Meet winemakers, visit wineries and hear stories about the local wine scene. Arthur has access to private vineyards where you will join in tastings and discover the best flavours and scenery of this stunning region. Tour highlights include:
A morning feast of premium wines served with Main Ridge and Red Hill local cheeses, olives, bread, and other delicacies enjoyed in a private beach-side location.
A behind-the-scenes, one-on-one tasting with a celebrated winemaker including Arthur's wife, Geraldine McFaul, the winemaker at Willow Creek Vineyard and maker of Elgee Park, and Baillieu Vineyard wines.
Lunch at one of the region's fine restaurants. Over summer, they gather fresh mussels from Harry's boat at Flinders Pier to be later cooked and served with local wines.
Plunge Tours collect and return you to your preferred location in a luxurious Mercedes-Benz Viano. Once on board, Arthur offers delicious, fresh local strawberries to calibrate your palate for wines and flavours enjoyed amidst stunning coastal views.
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