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Pick a beach for fun!

Pick a beach for fun!

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 8/11/2017

Beachcombing – Rock Pool Rambling – Family Fun - Snorkelling – Beach games – Spectacular Scenery

Ahhhh, the beach...the sun, the sand, the water...time to switch off, lay out the beach towel, ‘slip slop slap’ and soak up some sunshine, right? Sure, that’s certainly one way to spend your time at the beach, but with over 190 kilometres of coastline, the Mornington Peninsula has so many fun beaches, each with their own beauty and charm, that are just begging to be enjoyed in so many OTHER fun ways! 

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Outdoor art like you've never seen it

Outdoor art like you've never seen it

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 19/10/2017

Mornington Peninsula is fast becoming Australia’s pre-eminent outdoor sculpture destination.  As Spring rolls into Summer what would be better than a drive and a wander around the Peninsula to visit astounding and beautiful art installations.   These amazing sculptures have been placed in locations that entice you to enjoy the outdoors, set up a picnic, laze nearby and will spark your own inner artist.  Follow the trail outlined below, we guarantee you will do it again and again.

Author: Ebony MPT
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Seven Secret Gardens

Seven Secret Gardens

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 20/09/2017

Spring is the time to enjoy and explore the beauty of the outdoors. Flowers are in bloom, gardens are at their most splendid – take time out to simply soak it all in. A perfect time for families to seek fun and adventure outside. Here are seven enchanting gardens to explore and find your own inspiration…

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Ten hidden treasures to discover

Ten hidden treasures to discover

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 1/05/2017

The winding roads of the Mornington Peninsula lend themselves to secrets. There is always another road around the corner and something new to find over the next hill. With 50 cellar door wineries there are bound to be a few that you haven’t yet been to, there’s food producers that traditionally only the locals knew of and then there’s the historic gems that have been around for decades which are being discovered all over again. It’s amazing what you can find with a bit of local ‘intel’.

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