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5 magnificent vineyard retreats

5 magnificent vineyard retreats

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 26/07/2019

The best way to experience the Mornington Peninsula is by staying, and with the region’s moderate cool climate, anytime of year is a great time to visit.  We’ve picked 5 of our favourite vineyard retreats set among the rolling hills of the hinterland and even better, you might just discover that they also happen to include some of the best food and wine experiences the Peninsula has to offer. 

With amazing winter escape packages available - what are you waiting for?  There’s still time to book your Mornington Peninsula winter escape.

Author: Allison
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I AM the story of Peninsula Hot Springs

I AM the story of Peninsula Hot Springs

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 5/07/2019

This geothermal bathing oasis creates an idyllic setting for rejuvenation. Hot spring pools and private baths offer a transformative experience and a place to reconnect to yourself and others while immersed in nature. Peninsula Hot Springs has plenty of space for you and your loved ones to explore, ranging from the social, family-friendly Bath House and new Amphitheatre to the adults only Spa Dreaming Centre. 

Author: Anne-Marie
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Wonderful winter events for you to enjoy

Wonderful winter events for you to enjoy

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 25/06/2019

You’ll love the events that are planned over winter, come and enjoy the fabulous Mornington Peninsula’s wide variety of winter feasts and workshops, perhaps even a steam train ride plus much, much more.

Author: Ebony MPT
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Be spoilt for choice…this winter on the Mornington Peninsula

Be spoilt for choice…this winter on the Mornington Peninsula

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 19/06/2019

On the Mornington Peninsula there is a huge assortment of indulgent winter treats to taste. It’s a great time of year to take a drive and pop in for some serious winter seasonal goodies! 

Author: Ebony MPT
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I AM the story of Searoad Ferries

I AM the story of Searoad Ferries

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 14/06/2019

So; consider that back in the day roads were in a bad state and cars were just A to B transport – a ferry was just another addition to transport. But roads improved, and cars changed dramatically in the way of luxury, safety and entertainment so to continue to be ‘just transport’ the business would not survive. Today Australia’s most popular car and passenger ferry service, Searoad Ferries, connects the Mornington Peninsula to the Bellarine Peninsula and the Great Ocean Road and you’ll find it’s more than just a connection across the bay. This isn’t your stereotypical old and traditional transport service, it’s an experience. It’s everything from the warm welcome as you arrive, the incredible scenery, the great chance to unwind, or the surprise sighting of wildlife along the way. It really can be the best part of your road trip - and all you need to do is sit back and enjoy. You’ll find that there is more than meets the eye to Searoad Ferries.

Author: Ebony MPT
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