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Events

Put on your party hat and kick up your heels at events all across the Mornington Peninsula. Join locals and visitors alike in celebrating everything from the stunning beaches, farm-fresh produce and superb wines of the region to competitions and exhibits at designer golf courses and renowned art galleries.

Beachside events

Head to the beach and join in the excitement of the Portsea Swim Classic, one of Australia's largest open water swims, or witness the spectacular displays at the Frankston Sand Sculpting Championship.

Watch as the peloton swarms up Arthurs Seat near Dromana for the fourth stage of the Jayco Herald Sun Tour, Australia's oldest cycling stage race.

Flavours to savour

Revel in the region's gourmet culture at events like the biennial Pinot Noir Celebration in February, the Winter Wine Weekend in June, or the Mornington Main Street Food and Wine and Performing Arts Festival in October.

Fine arts

See works by leading local and international artists at the Montalto Sculpture Prize exhibition and attend the biennial McClelland Gallery Sculpture Prize. Fill your lungs with the peninsula's creative air at October Art Food Wine, with its fabulous festivals, exhibitions, food and wine.

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Sports

Social Beach Volleyball

Do you want music, and mates and fun beach volleyball right on Frankston’s main beach? Shake off your workplace blues, shirts and shoes – and meet on...

Until 29 Mar 2018

Food & wine

Tuck's Ridge Summer Pop-Up

The perfect place to lap up the last of the summer sun. Tuck's Ridge Summer Pop-Up is a sip in the sun experience like no other on the Mornington...

Until 8 Apr 2018

Makers markets

Red Hill Community Market

Red Hill is where it all started for Craft Markets Australia over 40 years ago. From a handful of stalls in 1975, this market is now one of the most...

3 Mar 2018
7 Apr 2018

Plays & musicals

Thomas Murray and the Upside Down River

The Murray family have been farming the land along the Darling River for five generations. For Tom Murray, it is all he has ever known. When his...

10 Mar 2018

Family

Heritage Farm Tours

Heritage Farm is a small mixed farm, with a focus on high quality produce, and ethical farming. They run regular tours where you can meet one of the...

10 Mar 2018
24 Mar 2018
7 Apr 2018
21 Apr 2018

Community

The 90th Red Hill Show

This iconic Red Hill Show will be held at the Red Hill Showgrounds, Arthurs Seat Road on Saturday of the Labour Day Weekend. The Red Hill Show is a...

10 Mar 2018
11 Mar 2018

Gardens & agriculture

Heronswood Harvest Festival

Celebrate The Digger's Club's homegrown harvest at the home of heirloom seeds and taste-test winners. Be inspired to grow your own food and flowers...

10 - 11 Mar 2018

Tastings

Peninsula Piers and Pinots

Peninsula Piers and Pinots is held on the Sunday of the Victorian Labor Day long weekend on the Flinders foreshore. Twenty Mornington Peninsula...

11 Mar 2018

Makers markets

Mornington Racecourse Market

Mornington Racecourse Market is a quality arts crafts and gourmet food market. Meet the artists, creators, inventors and craftspeople behind the...

11 Mar 2018
8 Apr 2018

Markets & vintage

Wellbeing Market Sorrento

The Wellbeing Market Sorrento is a body, mind and spirit event with local products and services for health and wellbeing. Free entry to over 25...

11 Mar 2018

Comedy

Ross Noble: El Hablador - Frankston

Who is El Hablador? It is Ross Noble. Ross Noble returns to dance around the stage spinning out all the nonsense in his head into a hilarious stand...

13 Mar 2018

Dining

Regional World's Longest Lunch - Langwarrin South

Join at this property of unparalleled magnificence, a purpose built space for a garden party by local landscaper and artist Colin Hyett. This one...

16 Mar 2018
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