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Travel restrictions are in place across Victoria. Visit the DHHS website for more information about what you can and cannot do at this time.

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Wild winter beauty on the Mornington Peninsula

Wild winter beauty on the Mornington Peninsula

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 31/07/2020

Nature can give us happiness and hope during these challenging times. To walk amongst simple, quiet beauty can be a constant; a balm from the noise and chaos currently in our world. The Mornington Peninsula offers so much wild outdoor beauty in winter, we would like to share some of the special places’ locals like to explore. Inspiration for future visits for when we can all roam again.

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Marvellous Merricks & surrounds

Marvellous Merricks & surrounds

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 15/07/2020

The Mornington Peninsula is a beautiful place to visit but we know in light of COVID-19 travel is not possible. Travel inspires us, it gives us hope to dream of when this challenging time is over, and our world is well again. We think there is nothing wrong with a little couch travel while we all play our essential role in the health and safety of community.

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Dream doggy destinations

Dream doggy destinations

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 23/06/2020

They have been the perfect companion in iso, loyal, playful and loving - time to take that faithful furry friend out for some adventures to explore again. We have gathered the ultimate doggy spots for you to plan your next adventure – year round dog friendly beaches, walks perfect for four legged best friends, plus places to eat and drink. We can feel the tails start to wag from here. Read on for your inspiration.

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Five brisk winter walks

Five brisk winter walks

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 23/06/2020

Wander Victoria to the Mornington Peninsula and find creeks, waterfalls and wetlands. Keep fit and discover some real gems.

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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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