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Black gold in Red Hill

Black gold in Red Hill

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 5/06/2017

Wander Victoria to the Mornington Peninsula and uncover the elusive secret world of the truffle. There are great things a-goin' on...

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Eight warm and wonderful ideas for winter

Eight warm and wonderful ideas for winter

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 29/05/2017

Take a winter wander along the Wine Food Farmgate Trail and discover warm open fires perfect for sipping cool climate wines alongside. You ‘ll find food at almost every turn, with each offering slightly different to the next. A perfect excuse to wine and dine the winter away…

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Find your real self; mind, body and soul

Find your real self; mind, body and soul

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 16/05/2017

With all the ‘things’ that crowd our calendars, it’s more important than ever to make the time to experience a bit of culture, or relaxation. A couple of hours spent wandering an art exhibition or sinking into a hot pool can help restore balance to a busy schedule. Add in some friends to share it with and you are well on the way to rejuvenation. So if you are suffering from a dose of “all work and no play”, here are some lovely ideas to help you get your life back.

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Inspiration for your next autumn experience

Inspiration for your next autumn experience

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 2/04/2017

Autumn brings the change from warm summer days to softer autumnal light; with cooler mornings, delightful sunny days, clear nights, and the occasional shower of rain to help everything grow. The autumn harvest includes crunchy apples straight off the tree and strawberries from the fields of Main Ridge and there is always a great winery or restaurant to be found on the Wine Food Farmgate Trail.

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Get up, get active, and go!

Get up, get active, and go!

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 20/03/2017

With so many fun things to do you wont even realize that you are getting a decent dose of exercise. Lose yourself in a maze, find a few gnomes, explore a garden, wander a market, or play a round of golf – all without raising a sweat. And if you are too tired to make it home, you can always stay over.

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