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Yay, cherry season is open!

Yay, cherry season is open!

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 27/11/2019

Summer means the start of cherry season and the hills of Red Hill and Main Ridge are definitely the place to be. Pick your own deliciousness or grab some already picked, but you have to be quick because they are only in season for a short time!

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Meet 3 Farmers And A Chef

Meet 3 Farmers And A Chef

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 7/11/2019

The Mornington Peninsula has become as famous for its culinary experiences as it has for its rugged ocean beaches and gorgeous countryside. New chefs with new ideas and cuisines have joined established local favourites to create an impressive choice for food lovers. They take great pleasure in using the wall-to-wall produce available from local farms and kitchen gardens to deliver some of Australia’s best dining experiences - from funky cafes to fine dining restaurants.

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An adventure seekers guide to great water activities

An adventure seekers guide to great water activities

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 22/10/2019

It’s not surprising that with almost ten percent of Victoria’s marine coastline, the Mornington Peninsula delivers some of the best water adventures close to Melbourne.   A weekend here can be jam-packed with marine experiences; under the water, floating on top, and playing in it.

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Find your perfect something

Find your perfect something

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 3/10/2019

A day spent shopping can be a great way to explore the Mornington Peninsula.  From seaside boutiques and artisan retailers that are full of special one-off finds to markets that have been operating from more than 40 years and are a perfect place to visit to stock up the pantry or the picnic basket.

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Our top 3 spring glamping and camping experiences

Our top 3 spring glamping and camping experiences

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 17/09/2019

With the spring sunshine on its way, now is the perfect time to book a quick little getaway to enjoy the warmer day (and starry nights) with some snuggly sleeping under canvas. Yep, think fun with a low environmental impact. You can bring your own tent for the traditional beachside camping, or choose bell tents and bunting pitched ready-for-you in picturesque locations where you don’t even need to bring a sleeping bag!

 

Read on we’ve picked 3 of our top spring camping and glamping experiences for you to explore!

Author: Ebony MPT
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