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Mornington Peninsula’s most delicious secrets

Mornington Peninsula’s most delicious secrets

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 8/04/2021

Wine Food Farm Gate reveals the Mornington Peninsula's most delicious secrets.  As you explore the tree-lined back roads or scenic coastal drives, it is here you will discover handpicked, hand caught and handmade delights of farmgates and wineries—time to explore the flavours of this region.

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The art of gardens

The art of gardens

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 7/04/2021

How do our gardens grow? Beautifully! This autumn, step back in time with some of our most breathtaking historic gardens. Explore hedge mazes, cottage gardens and formal gardens perfumed ‘rose’ or ‘lavender’.

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Fresh air and fabulous flavours

Fresh air and fabulous flavours

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 18/03/2021

In some parts of the globe eating outdoors is generally reserved for the summer months.  On the Mornington Peninsula, we try to do it all year round and think that autumn, with its milder weather, maybe the perfect time of year to enjoy all that is delicious

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Chock-a-block family fun for this school holidays.

Chock-a-block family fun for this school holidays.

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 17/03/2021

Term One is done and dusted, and wow, that went fast.  School holidays are here whether we’re ready or not, so we thought we'd gather a chock-a-block line up of family fun to help you fill those long but lovely days with fabulous family fun adventures. 

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Time to play

Time to play

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 15/03/2021

With March almost filed under ‘done’, our next break is on the horizon. Time to plan some 'playtime'. The Mornington Peninsula is bursting with cool things for grown-ups to do this autumn, and we want to share some of the fun on offer.

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