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Explore Australia - Mornington Peninsula

Explore Australia Tour provides high-quality experiences whilst discovering the hidden gems of regional Victoria. Their tours have been designed to incorporate boutique wineries and breweries, off-the-beaten-track locations and unique Australian wildlife.

Their philosophy will be to offer experiences that will allow guests to feel like a local, visiting unrivaled places whilst treading the path less followed. From the Bellarine to Mornington Peninsulas, French Island, and Penguin Parade as well as Around the Bay in a day.

With a maximum group size of 21, Explore Australia keeps the experience and enjoyment both as individual and as personal as possible. Traveling in comfort and style in new deluxe vehicles, equipped with Wi-Fi and USB charging ports.

The Explore Australia team can also design private tours and charters tailored to suit client’s interests, pace and budget. Whether it is for a special interest group, family or group of friends looking for something a little special.

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Sorrento Victoria 3943
Peninsula Hot Springs
Mornington Peninsula Hot Springs and bathing boxes! Join us on this day tour from Melbourne as we relax in the Mornington Peninsula’s very own hot springs, followed by a stop at Murrays Lookout to savour the bay views before stopping at Mt Martha’s bathing boxes for that Instagram-worthy shot.

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Food and Wine Tours, Sightseeing Tours, Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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VISIT MORNINGTON PENINSULA acknowledge's the Bunurong / BoonWurrung people, the Traditional Custodians of these lands and waters. We pay our deepest respect to Elders past, present and emerging.