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5 Ways To Shop On The Mornington Peninsula

A day spent shopping can be a great way to explore more of the Mornington Peninsula. Think seaside boutiques and artisan retailers that are full of unique one-off finds. Or even markets that have been operating for more than 40 years! Below, we’ve curated a list of five places to pick up that perfect something for you or someone special.

1. Olieve and Olie Skincare Factory

Olieve and Olie Skincare Factory is tucked away in Rosebud’s business estate. This Mornington Peninsula family business produces wholesome, quality body products made from Australian-grown olive oil. Over 44 small-batch products are here to uncover; scented candles, creams, soaps and more included!

See the full range of gorgeous gifting products made by the team at Olieve and Olie Skincare Factory via the link here.

2. Blue Mini: Eatery, Emporium, Events

Located only a short distance away from Olieve and Olie is the colourful and quirky Blue Mini. This ex-bowling alley is overflowing with great gift ideas, ranging from artisan-made products and jewellery to wine, cider and beer. You are sure to find something to take home!

Discover all the excitement at Blue Mini: Eatery, Emporium, Events here.

3. Peninsula Gourmet Co

For more deliciousness, make your way to the tiny Boundary Road shopping strip at the back of Dromana. It is here where you will find Peninsula Gourmet Co! This boutique emporium is filled with locally-inspired bespoke hampers, ideal for any occasion or celebration.

Browse the full range of hampers offered at Peninsula Gourmet Co via the link here.

4. Villages

Many of our vibrant villages are home to superb art galleries, designer homewares stores and/or fashion boutiques - all fantastic places to pick up a gift to give! Along Port Phillip, we recommend a stopover in Mornington, Sorrento and the Dromana-Rosebud-Rye stretch of coastline. On the Western Port side, Flinders and Balnarring are top spots to visit.

Explore more of Mornington Peninsula villages here.

5. Markets

Markets are great places to connect with local food producers, artists and craftspeople. Two of the best and longest running markets on the Mornington Peninsula are the Red Hill Community Market held on the first Saturday of the month (September to May), and the Mornington Racecourse Market held on the second Sunday of every month. Allow yourself plenty of time to wander the isles and chat with local farmers and makers. Of course, don't forget to stock up on handpicked and handmade goodies that will make your tastebuds dance! Keep an eye out for handcrafted jewellery and fashion, homewares, crafts and sculptural pieces. Bring your basket to fill with all your purchases.

Take a tour of the multiple Mornington Peninsula markets here.

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