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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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Spotlight on Pinot Noir

Spotlight on Pinot Noir

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 3/09/2018

All around the world when you hear the celebratory clinking of glasses and whatever the accompanying salutation (whether it be “Cheers”, “Salute”, “Cin Cin” or “Kanpai”) the good vibes in the room will be palpable.  And raising a glass of the elegant, and definitely approachable, Pinot Noir is no exception. In homes or restaurants, by the fire or on sun drenched decks you will find fans of this seductive wine appreciating this perfectly balanced drop. It’s sophisticated, classy and knows how to please a crowd.

Author: Ebony MPT
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7 Instagrammable Places this Winter

7 Instagrammable Places this Winter

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 7/08/2018

Mornington Peninsula has long drawn photographers to the colourful beach boxes lining the sandy coastline of Port Phillip, but this list uncovers 7 places that you might not find on your own. We have everything covered from unusual vantage points, hidden secrets and a couple of places off the beaten track.

Author: Ebony MPT
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Warm Up This Winter

Warm Up This Winter

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 17/07/2018

Get your winter woollies on and warm up this winter, weather (pardon the pun!!) it be eating, walking, cycling or a drive, to keep warm you inside and out! We've got places with fireplaces, drinks that will warm the cockles of your heart and ideas for an overnight stay.

Author: Ebony MPT
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Truffle Gin Cocktails – A must try!

Truffle Gin Cocktails – A must try!

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 3/07/2018

Visit Bass and Flinders Distillery to taste their standalone Truffle Gin, crafted to accentuate the earthy characteristics of fresh local Australian Black Perigord Truffles. These have sourced from some of our local Red Hill farms and the distillery’s finest hand-crafted eau de vie, a grape-based spirit produced in-house by distillation of Victorian wine which gives this gin its smooth texture.

Author: Ebony MPT
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