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Find your way back to the Mornington Peninsula

Find your way back to the Mornington Peninsula

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 28/05/2020

With covid restrictions easing let us help you find your way back to the most loved places on the Mornington Peninsula. We have gathered our top 10 for you to consider when planning your next adventure. 

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A sip of the Mornington Peninsula – bring the taste of sweeter times home

A sip of the Mornington Peninsula – bring the taste of sweeter times home

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 13/05/2020

Tap into Victoria’s most vibrant beer scene doing what they do –  innovating. Typically, we celebrate their creativity for crafting flavour sensations. While times are very different, our local businesses have channelled their imagination into innovation – adapting to provide for the customers they love. The good news is you can support these incredible businesses and help keep local alive. Read on to see how the Mornington Peninsula can bring a little crafted flavour straight to your door.

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Creative collaboration keeping local beer industry alive.

Creative collaboration keeping local beer industry alive.

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 12/05/2020

Six breweries, all part of Mornington Peninsula’s Beer, Cider +  Spirits Trail, closed their Taproom doors in March, adhering to Government restrictions for Covid19. Channelling their creativity, this brewing community have put their heads together to get the freshest mix of locally-brewed beers into the hands of Victorians – launching the Beach Box.

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Fall in love with Flinders

Fall in love with Flinders

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 8/05/2020

Let us take you on a little virtual adventure to fall in love with the historical Flinders on the Mornington Peninsula. There is much to love. First established as a fishing village, the settlement sits at the point where Bass Strait meets Western Port. Western Port, named by fresh faced, 26-year-old explorer, George Bass in 1797 on his pilot expedition from Sydney in an open whale boat into the second largest bay in Victoria. An extensive tidal bay, Flinders is home to three national parks and is part of the UNESCO Western Port biosphere reserve.

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Magnificent meanders – cliff top walks made for exploring

Magnificent meanders – cliff top walks made for exploring

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 7/05/2020

Known for our striking scenery and rugged coastlines – the Mornington Peninsula offers the perfect backdrop for you to roam, amble or wander to your heart’s content. To help shape your next adventure, we have gathered our five favourite cliff top walks to start the planning. Relaxed ramble? Seeking stunning views? On the hunt for places to picnic once you have done the hard work? We have the lot! Read on for a little virtual inspiration to get the adrenalin surging and inspire plans for future meanders.  We can all do with a little imagined exploration as we work hard to stay fit and stay close to home.

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