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Peninsula Insider

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 1/12/2022

Torie Mackinnon (Moonraker Dolphin Swims)

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Explore More For An Epic Summer

Explore More For An Epic Summer

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 1/12/2022

It’s hard to believe we’ve arrived at the final month of the year. But what does this mean? It’s the start of summertime of course! Summer on the Mornington Peninsula is all about long days spent at the beach, making the most of the great outdoors and kicking back alongside friends and family with some great food and refreshments. If you are as pumped as we are about the new season, read on to discover how you can explore more here for an epic summer:

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Our Top 4 Outdoor Spring Things To (Re)Discover!

Our Top 4 Outdoor Spring Things To (Re)Discover!

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 4/11/2022

Can you believe we have nearly arrived at the end of spring? Here is a little nudge to entice you back into the great outdoors with four of our favourite Mornington Peninsula things to do during the final weeks of the season. We have activities both in and out of the water for you to experience:

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Here Are Our Favourite Seasonal Flavours For Spring

Here Are Our Favourite Seasonal Flavours For Spring

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 26/09/2022

We’re blooming with excitement about this new season. In addition to the warmer weather, array of enticing events and flourishing gardens, the new season of spring also represents a time of new flavours. Ready to get those tummies grumbling for seasonal goodness? Read on below for some of the best spring tastes to uncover as you journey around the Mornington Peninsula.

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Explore More of the Coastal Paradise that is Sorrento

Explore More of the Coastal Paradise that is Sorrento

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 8/04/2022

The coastal paradise of Sorrento has been attracting Melburnians for centuries and is often, more affectionately, referred to as Melbourne's playground. Sorrento is bursting with the opportunity to explore and indulge.
Only 90 minutes from Melbourne's CBD, this seaside spectacle continues to make way for countless unforgettable memories for those who visit.

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