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Visitor Information

Are you planning a getaway to the Mornington Peninsula? Find everything you need for a smooth sailing adventure at the below Visitor Information Centres. This includes touring maps, attraction brochures and travel tips from passionate locals.

Baxter Service Station Pop Up Visitor Information Centre

Ideally located at the top end of Mornington Peninsula on the main freeway leading into the region, this Visitor Information Centre is located in the Service Station just after the Baxter exit. Drop in to pick up a touring map or view the regional displays full of information 24/7.

The Mornington Peninsula is an exceptional destination and it is right on Melbourne's doorstep, bustling with attractions, festivals, events and accommodation options. Leave the beaten track to find some amazing local works of art, get lost in a hedge maze or swim with the dolphins.

With over 50 cellar doors, fruit-picking, vegetable farms and a myriad of restaurants, there is something for everyone. The National Parks and magnificent coastal and bush walks make the Peninsula a nature lover's paradise.

For those wishing to stay, there are accommodation options to suit everyone's tastes and budgets; from foreshore camping to motels, and guesthouses through to luxurious bed and breakfasts, resorts, and apartments.

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1400 Mornington Peninsula Freeway
Baxter Victoria 3911
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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.