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Take a cheeky weekday wander

Take a cheeky weekday wander

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 7/08/2017

So if you plan it right you can have the best to yourself. There’s a lot to be said for planning your very own weekday ‘week-yay’ because, let’s face it, who needs to deal with  ‘Hump Day’ when you can find a treat like these?
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Five fabulous cliff top walks

Five fabulous cliff top walks

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 1/08/2017

Dramatic scenery and rugged coastlines can be found in some of the more remote parts of the southern Mornington Peninsula. These five cliff top walks are a good starting point for your own adventure - some are easier than others, but they all offer insta-grammable views and are well worth the effort. 

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Spend a Sunday by the seaside…

Spend a Sunday by the seaside…

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 27/07/2017

Lazy Sunday’s are a perfect excuse for wandering and exploring, but you probably don’t want anything too strenuous, and something relaxing is definitely the order of the day. What about a stroll around a seaside market? Or floating (literally) to a relaxing lunch spot? Perhaps immersing yourself a hot spring before retiring to the comfort of a secluded bed and breakfast is more your style? The Mornington Peninsula can deliver a treat for your Sunday. 
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Explore Creativity in 3 steps…

Explore Creativity in 3 steps…

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 11/07/2017

Sometimes it’s nice to spend time experiencing more cultured pursuits. Staying overnight somewhere that leads the way in design and luxury, learning a new skill and admiring the intricacies of the art world. Here’s a three step program to inspiring your creative spark on the Mornington Peninsula.

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FEAST FOR THE SENSES

FEAST FOR THE SENSES

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 9/07/2017

Hey, we know it’s cold – but there’s no need to fall into an icy slump… we’ve got the antidote to keep your senses alive this winter. Sure there’s the temptation to just curl up at home and hibernate until the chilly weather departs, but what if you could engross yourself in something other than the cold? Something that delivered a full sensory immersion? 

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