The Peninsula has so much to offer from pristine beaches and seaside villages to world-class restaurants and wineries. There is something for everyone.
The Peninsula has over 100 walking tracks, trails and short walks between beaches, piers, arts trails, historic sites and villages including the iconic 100km Mornington Peninsula Walk which combines four shorter coastal and hinterland walks.
Perfect your golf handicap at one of the many beautiful golf courses on the Mornington Peninsula.
Enjoy paddle boarding on the calm waters of the bay or try a surf break along one of the back beaches.
There’s plenty of opportunity to explore the Peninsula’s coastline on a boat.
The Peninsula enjoys crystal clear water and a diverse marine life, best explored by diving and snorkelling.
Take a swim or walk along one of the many white sandy beaches of the Mornington Peninsula, or enjoy the view from a bathing box or jetty.
The Peninsula hosts over 30 cycle and bike tracks including the new 25km Peninsula Link bike trail.
Take a drive through farmland, past wineries, and to coastal villages to enjoy all that the Peninsula has to offer.
Set under the canopy of a 10,000-globe chandelier, Jackalope hotel’s headline dining act, Doot Doot Doot, presents the region’s finest produce paired with a daring selection of single vineyard wines.
Laura is the multi award winning restaurant at Pt. Leo Estate.
Ten Minutes by Tractor in Main Ridge is a local favourite with a wine list that has been judged Australia’s best.
Tedesca Osteria offers a unique fixed menu dining experience in Red Hill.
Montalto is where seasonal, heirloom produce is grown, shared and celebrated. The menus are ever changing but always showcase estate-grown produce alongside the very best ingredients from across the Peninsula.
Paringa Estate’s restaurant offers beautiful food to match their quality wines.
Polperro Vineyard Dining showcases the Peninsula, the vineyard and the organic farm produce with an ever changing menu highlighting the seasonal harvest.