It’s an all-out adventure on the Mornington Peninsula!
Want to thunder along a beach on horseback as the waves roll in beside you? Slip silently
through the water in a sea kayak, paddling where the dolphins play? Go skydiving, scuba diving,
surfing or fishing for the big ones?
With magnificent landscapes to explore and the sea almost surrounding us, the Mornington
Peninsula has about as much adventure as you can take.
We specialise in softer adventure too.what about taking a tour of our wineries on horseback,
sipping the Peninsula's celebrated Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs as you go. Or sailing in a
luxury craft around our bays, where the vast cliff-top mansions give our coastline a feeling
that's certainly more Mediterranean than Melbourne. (But unlike the Mediterranean, we're only
an hour from Melbourne.)
You can bring your own bike or hire one of ours, and ride almost to the tip of Point Nepean
where the waters of Port Phillip Bay and Bass Strait collide. French Island is another
cyclists' paradise - it's two feet or two wheels, and no cars allowed.
If walking is your great love, you'll meet your match on the Peninsula. We have walks along
bush trails, beside peaceful bays and across a boardwalk that straddles some of the world's most
significant wetlands. And if you really want a challenge, our coastal trail from Portsea back
beach to Cape Schanck and the Two Bays Walk that crosses the Peninsula both stretch for more
Dunball's Walking Tours provide expert guides on walks from one to six days, or they'll
create a personalised walk that's made to measure for your interests and fitness level.