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Your Mornington Peninsula Winter Bucket List

Your Mornington Peninsula Winter Bucket List

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 28/05/2018

So we know it’s going to be cold for a while now, but let’s not fall into an icy slump.   There’s plenty to do on the Peninsula to keep your senses alive this winter. We get that there’s the temptation to curl up at home and stay warm until the chilly weather departs, but we’ve got plenty of things to do and see in the colder months.   So tackle Winter head on and work you way through our 30 things to tick off on our winter bucket list!

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We’ve got Mother’s Day sorted!

We’ve got Mother’s Day sorted!

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 4/05/2018

You’ve planned a wonderful Mother’s Day for your mum; everything’s organised but you haven’t found the perfect present. You know she loved the toaster you gave her last year - she said it was the best present ever, but maybe she needs something different this year. Your mum surely deserves some relaxation time and the Mornington Peninsula is the perfect place, so why not give Mum a Mornington Peninsula experience this Mother’s Day? 
Author: Ebony MPT
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Five Spectacular Bike Rides

Five Spectacular Bike Rides

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 24/04/2018

Whether you’re a local wanting to explore some of your own backyard or are visiting to escape the concrete jungle, you’ll find a bike ride that will tick your boxes on the Mornington Peninsula. Some may be shared by horse riders, walkers, and mountain bike riders but one thing’s for sure - they’re all worth doing - it’s just a case of finding the right one for you. Here’s our list of 5 spectacular bike rides, each with something a little different to offer.
Author: Ebony MPT
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Inspiring Autumn Gardens

Inspiring Autumn Gardens

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 16/04/2018

Autumn is the time when the normally green leaves of many deciduous trees and shrubs start to take on shades of red, yellow, pink, brown and magenta. These blazing colours make it a perfect time to take a drive through the Mornington Peninsula and discover the many beautiful gardens that abound. It won’t take you long before you will find yourself marvelling at maples, liquid ambers, beech and pin oaks in transformation. If you dabble in photography you’ll want to pack the camera to capture the beauty, especially when the light is just right.

Author: Ebony MPT
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From the bay to the bush -  Mornington Peninsula’s 100km walk

From the bay to the bush - Mornington Peninsula’s 100km walk

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 28/03/2018

The Mornington Peninsula boasts some of Victoria’s most spectacular walking landscapes, and the 100km Mornington Peninsula Walk is a worthy challenge. Along the way you can explore our beautiful bushlands, spot kangaroos and birds, gaze over deserted ocean beaches of our national, marine and state parks, discover early history at Point Nepean, Cape Schanck and Collins Settlement Site and enjoy popular bay beaches as you trek the southern Peninsula. You can complete the whole walk over several days, or enjoy it over several visits.

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