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Perfect Picnics

Perfect Picnics

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 12/03/2021

Romantic charm wraps our plans as we dream of gorgeous spreads of gourmet delights on the humble picnic rug.  A place to gather, a place to feast – we believe – things do taste better outdoors, especially if we are sampling flavours specific to our landscape.  

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Girls just wanna have fun

Girls just wanna have fun

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 3/03/2021

There is nothing better than getting your besties together and planning a weekend escape.  Celebrate a hen’s party, rock out a birthday in style or rejuvenate the senses with your BFFs – whatever the occasion, we have the perfect smorgasbord of experiences to mix and match your dream weekend away.

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Meet our local growers

Meet our local growers

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 26/02/2021

Autumn calls – time to explore the amber and rust coloured days ahead, the tumble of leaves underfoot, cooler climate and shorter days where the daylight becomes precious. Stain your fingers pink with mouthfuls of late-season raspberries and the last of the lovely sweetness of strawberries from warmer months—time to enjoy the tart, tangy flavour of seasonal apples or juicy pears.

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An out of the ordinary experience

An out of the ordinary experience

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 22/02/2021

After being cooped up indoors for most of last year, it is time to reconnect in nature.  Peninsula Hot Springs invites you to try something out of the ordinary. Set among a native coastal oasis, discover all that is on offer this summer and beyond to make memories that will last a lifetime.

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Making Aboriginal art part of everyday life.

Making Aboriginal art part of everyday life.

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 15/02/2021

In a celebration of Aboriginal art across the region, Mornington Peninsula Shire has collaborated with NBN Co. and six local Aboriginal groups on a project to wrap sixteen nbn nodes with artwork across the Peninsula.

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