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Look, Listen, Learn & Laugh!

Look, Listen, Learn & Laugh!

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 14/12/2016

On the Mornington Peninsula, a love of learning doesn’t need to be confined to formal educational institutions. Finding out fun facts, joining in on cool classes, furthering your wine knowledge, or indulging in an immersive foodie workshop can happen anywhere. There are just so many ways to gain a Wine, Food, Farmgate education as you Find Your Way around the Mornington Peninsula. Try these suggestions for a start…

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Stimulate All The Senses...

Stimulate All The Senses...

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 29/11/2016

As Spring turns to Summer we think it’s time to tease your senses...  Already renowned for picturesque sights and coastal beauty the Mornington Peninsula also delivers some of Victoria’s most diverse fragrant landscapes.  Our farmers, gardeners, winemakers and distillers are constantly raising the bar.

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Sweet temptation: Icecream and Sorbet

Sweet temptation: Icecream and Sorbet

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 9/03/2016

There is nothing more exciting for me than being inspired by the fantastic produce growing here on the Mornington Peninsula. Over the past month, I have been overwhelmed with the amount of end of summer fruit and vegetables growing in my region that I was inspired to create a range o “100 mile foodie” ice creams and sorbets. 
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The art of creating an edible landscape from Farm to Fork

The art of creating an edible landscape from Farm to Fork

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 1/09/2015

Sue and Greg O’Donoghue came to the Mornington Peninsula in 2002 when, after spending a weekend in Sorrento, they decided to drive through Main Ridge and Red Hill on the way home, saw a property with a big ‘for sale’ sign and on impulse took a walk around it.  They quickly realised it was a beautiful place to bring up their young children, who were both less than 2 years old at the time, and an ideal place to fulfil their passion – to grow olives, grapes and have a food business.   So they did the sea-change; buying themselves 27 acres in Red Hill, planting an olive grove the next year, and continuing to evolve the property into what it is today.

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Meet Marreck of Mornington

Meet Marreck of Mornington

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 1/06/2015

It was family that brought Marreck Head back to the Mornington Peninsula after 10 years on the road.  Having been in hospitality his whole life and having a cooking background, it was important  for him to settle in an area heavily focussed on food and wine.  The Mornington Peninsula definitely delivers this.
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