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Overview

Horse riding

Take a gallop through the shallows on a windswept Mornington Peninsula beach, or discover the saddle as a novel means of travelling between cellar doors.

Beaches to bushland

Hit the long sandy stretches of peninsula beaches, perfect for horse riding. Take the two-hour trek with Gunnamatta Trail Rides through rugged bush to St Andrews ocean beach where the horses joyfully frolick in the waves.

Saddle up for trail rides through the scrub around Arthurs Seat, where spectacular views of Port Phillip Bay are a bonus.

Wine on horseback

Travel the back roads and trails on a horseback tour around Red Hill's boutique cellar doors for wine tastings and an afternoon you won't forget.

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Horse riding

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Ace-Hi Mornington Peninsula

Ace-Hi is set on 200 acres, with views of green pastures and horses grazing - it’s like a little town with Bass Strait in the background, situated...

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Things to do

Family activities

Occupy both the biggest and smallest family members on the Mornington Peninsula, with beaches, budget accommodation, foreshore camping and fun events.

Nature and wildlife

Beaches and coastlines

Crash into the waters of the peninsula's seemingly endless sandy bay inlets and rugged, wild surf beaches and feel a million miles from city life.

Outdoor activities

Walking and hiking

Set out on two feet to explore Mornington Peninsula along rugged bushland tracks and bayside boardwalks with soaring views of Melbourne and beyond.

Water sports

Swimming

Grow gills and spend summer in Mornington Peninsula waters as you observe endearing marine life, splash in calm waters or surf on golden beaches.