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What should you do when you visit the Mornington Peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula is a popular tourist destination located south-east of Melbourne, known for its picturesque beaches, wineries, and scenic countryside. Here are a few things you might consider doing while visiting the Mornington Peninsula:

    • Visit the beaches: The Mornington Peninsula is home to some of Victoria’s most beautiful beaches, including Sorrento, Portsea, and Dromana. You can spend the day swimming, sunbathing, and surfing, or take a leisurely stroll along the beach.


    • Winery hopping: The Mornington Peninsula is famous for its wineries, and you can find many vineyards and wineries offering tastings and tours. Some of the most famous wineries include Yabby Lake Vineyard, Port Phillip Estate, and Montalto Vineyard and Olive Grove.


    • Hot springs and spas: The Mornington Peninsula is home to several hot springs and mineral spas, including the Peninsula Hot Springs, which is Australia’s first natural hot springs and day spa centre. It’s a great way to relax and unwind.


    • Peninsula Drive: The Mornington Peninsula is known for its scenic drive, which winds its way through charming towns, picturesque countryside, and along the coastline. It’s a great way to take in the natural beauty of the region.


    • Visit the Arthurs Seat: You can take a scenic chairlift or drive to the top of Arthurs Seat, the highest point on the peninsula. The summit offers panoramic views of the region and is a great spot for picnics, hiking, and bird watching.


    • Visit the towns: The Mornington Peninsula is home to many charming towns, including Mornington, Flinders, and Red Hill. Each of these towns offers its own unique character, and visitors can find quaint shops, cafes and restaurants.


    • Go fishing or diving: The Mornington Peninsula is a great place to go fishing and diving. There are many fishing spots and charters available, and diving spots such as the Popes Eye marine reserve, to explore the underwater world.


    • Visit the National Parks: The Mornington Peninsula is home to several national parks, including Point Nepean National Park, which offers walking tracks, great views and a rich history, including a military fortification and a quarantine station.

These are just a few examples of the many things you can do while visiting the Mornington Peninsula. There are many other activities and attractions to discover in the region, from golfing and horse riding to hot air ballooning and paragliding. The peninsula is also home to a rich variety of flora and fauna, perfect for nature lovers and birdwatchers.

How to get here: Mornington Peninsula is based in Victoria, Australia located approx. 55kms from Melbourne

Where to stay: Getaway Property Management have a range of Accommodation for every type of guest – click here for accommodation –

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