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Ten hidden treasures to discover

Ten hidden treasures to discover

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 1/05/2017

The winding roads of the Mornington Peninsula lend themselves to secrets. There is always another road around the corner and something new to find over the next hill. With 50 cellar door wineries there are bound to be a few that you haven’t yet been to, there’s food producers that traditionally only the locals knew of and then there’s the historic gems that have been around for decades which are being discovered all over again. It’s amazing what you can find with a bit of local ‘intel’.

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Great places to explore and forage

Great places to explore and forage

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 17/04/2017

Every time you explore the winding roads of the Mornington Peninsula you find new things to discover. Roadside stalls pop up to share seasonal fruit and vegies, and then disappear once the season is finished. The next vintage of wine is released, and past vintages sell out. Menus reflect the changing seasons so in fact you shouldn’t be surprised to find something new every time.

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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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Pinot Love

Pinot Love

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 8/02/2017

The Mornington Peninsula  is recognised as the crucible of Pinot Gris in Australia. This is due in no small part to talented winemakers like Kathleen Quealy.

Dubbed "the Queen of Pinot Grigio" by James Halliday, in 2016 Kathleen Quealy was the first woman to be named as a Legend Of The Vine.

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