We're committed to environmental sustainability
The Mornington Peninsula is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty with over 200 parks and reserves including three National Parks, three pristine coastlines, wetlands and inland waterways.
This region is internationally recognised as unique, as in 2002 the United Nations proclaimed the Mornington Peninsula and Western Port a UNESCO biosphere reserve.
Our local community is proudly committed to preserving and protecting this magnificent natural environment for future generations of nature lovers.
Mornington Peninsula Tourism members recognise the significant contribution they can make towards environmental sustainability, and many are integrating environmentally friendly policies and practices into their businesses. Several hold eco certifications, Green Star ratings or have received awards recognising their role as eco tourism leaders.
So come and visit a region where wild dolphins roam freely in crystal clear waters, koalas lounge in tree lined parks, growling grass frogs inhabit coastal wetland walks and rainbow lorikeets sing to you as you meander through bushland reserves.
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