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Let the Mornington Peninsula entertain you

Year round you will find a calendar bursting with events, entertainment and activities to enjoy.  Outdoor markets, food and wine festivals, family fun activities for the kids - we have you covered.

If art and music are more your muse,  take a look at the ever changing program of exhibitions, music performances, dance and theatre on offer around region.

What's on in The Mornington Peninsula in November

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Queenie's Trivia at Hotel Sorrento

1st Wednesday of each month

Gin High Tea at Flinders Hotel

Every Saturday | 12pm - 3pm

Pony Ride & Animal Nursery Experience at The Ranch MP

Every Weekend & School Holidays, Sunday 1 September - Saturday 30 November 2024

Gin Masterclass at Bass and Flinders Distillery

Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday | From 11am

Sunday High Tea with Elements Eatery

Every Sunday between 8am and 2pm

Distilling Experience at JimmyRum

Select Saturdays through Spring | 10am - 1pm

Wild Man comes to McClelland

Everyday though Spring | 10am - 5pm

Visionary: Recent Donations to the McClelland Collection

Everyday through Spring | 10am - 5pm

Spice it Your Way Masterclass at JimmyRum

Select Saturdays through Spring | 11am - 1pm

Scent Lab 90minute Candle Making Workshop at Red Hill Candle Co

Every Saturday | From 11am

Live Jazz Music at The Red Hill Baker

Every Sunday through Spring | 1pm - 4pm

Alcohol Ink Workshop and Sculpture Walk at Elan Vineyard & Gallery

Every Saturday & Sunday | From 11am or 3pm

See live music in a mix of venues from Frankston to Sorrento
Live Music

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