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12 great Mornington Peninsula Christmas gift ideas with a difference

12 great Mornington Peninsula Christmas gift ideas with a difference

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 14/12/2018

Still trying to find a gift for someone special? For those needing ideas for something special for someone special we are here to help, with 12 impressive, creative and different #MorningtonPeninsula pressie ideas.

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Mornington Peninsula Ultimate Summer Bucket List

Mornington Peninsula Ultimate Summer Bucket List

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 5/12/2018

Longer days, balmy nights and that buzz that tells us that holiday season is just around the corner, it must be summer! Make memories with friends and family that will last a lifetime with these amazing Mornington Peninsula moments.

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New in Spring

New in Spring

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 18/09/2018

Spring has finally arrived, and nature is blooming. The sun shines a little brighter and you have that urge to get outside and breathe fresh spring air. To help you find things to reconnect with family and friends we’ve put together a list of what’s new and in season on the Mornington Peninsula to help you find the best spring things!

Author: Ebony MPT
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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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Autumn Produce – Ripe and Ready for the Picking

Autumn Produce – Ripe and Ready for the Picking

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 13/03/2018

As we head further into Autumn, you’ll be noticing the mornings are cooler and the longer summer days are over. Yet there are still plenty of reasons to enjoy Autumn, especially, if like us, you’re someone who loves fresh, in-season produce. Autumn on the peninsula brings crunchy apples and new season pears. The last of the seasons raspberries, strawberries and tomatoes are followed by pumpkins and autumn vegetables – so much deliciousness!

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