Accessible Touring on the Mornington Peninsula
Mornington Peninsula Tourism has launched its first Accessible Tourism Guide, a 24-page
booklet which highlights a range of do it yourself tours, attractions, parks, gardens,
accommodation, vineyards, restaurants and cafes which all offer easy access to people with
The guide, printed in large type for the vision-impaired, has an excellent cross section of
more than 30 Mornington Peninsula tourism operators. Symbols detail services and facilities
available, such as dedicated accessible parking, toilets and showers, ramps, accessible paths
of travel and wide entrances, grab rails, slip resistant flooring and wheelchair lift.
A map shows the location of each operator, and will encourage dispersal of visitors throughout
the Mornington Peninsula.
The Accessible Tourism Guide is a project of Mornington Peninsula Shire and Mornington
Peninsula Tourism, with funding from the Department of Human Services. The Mornington Peninsula
supports equal access for all, and has produced this guide to introduce you to the best and
most accessible properties. It has been produced after extensive consultation with community
Disclaimer: The information in this guide was based on information current at the time of
publishing, but property conditions are subject to change. Mornington Peninsula Shire and
Mornington Peninsula Tourism takes no responsibility for the results of any actions taken
on the basis of information contained in this guide.