Covid-19 has impacted the way we travel. Visit the DHHS website for more information about what you can and cannot do at this time.
As we dream of warmer weather coming soon, we thought we would share some of the hottest things to try on the Mornington Peninsula this winter. Think hot chocolate, hot food, hot art, hot cider! We know how to warm the senses and we can’t wait to share some ideas with you to plan your next visit this August.
As we enjoy the freedom to explore further, getting away and staying a night (or a few) is very tempting. The Mornington Peninsula offers a delightful abundance of accommodation choices. Whether you are rewarding yourself, wanting a romantic getaway, or planning a family adventure, our local accommodation venues are open and excited to welcome you back. Time to explore again and stay a while.
Located at the southern end of the Mornington Peninsula, the small village of Portsea packs a big punch. Known for its cliff top mansions and grand luxury and style, it also offers a thriving retail precinct, eateries and is considered by many as the hub of the Mornington Peninsula’s recreational scuba diving activities.
It's important to take the chance to slow down and reward yourself with the abundant flavours available at one of our many foodie destinations this season. Lunch is the perfect meal to catch up with a friend, celebrate a special occasion, gather the tribe, or make time for that special someone.
Traveling can be one of the most rewarding human experiences — opening your mind and worldview to new places, connecting with new people, and immersing yourself in local cultures. It can be meaningful, memorable, rejuvenating, and energizing.
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