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Is this a beachy kind of place or is it all about the hot springs? Maybe the Peninsula's real drawcards are the wineries, local produce and markets. Or very possibly, all of the above.
Mount Martha Beaches, Mornington Peninsula
Climb the stone steps to the lamp room of one of the oldest lighthouses in Victoria and look out over the blue waters of Bass Strait from the balcony.
Catch the infectious love of all that's fine, with Montalto's art, design and wine flattering the food, awarded a hat in The Age Good Food Guide.
Pamper yourself at Victoria's first natural thermal mineral springs and day spa, located just over an hour from Melbourne on the Mornington Peninsula.
Lose yourself in hedge and 3D indoor mazes, explore themed gardens and a sculpture park, or up the adrenaline on giant tube slides and tree surfing.
Meander through 16 hectares of bush and landscaped gardens and see works by major artists, from Norma Redpath and Anthony Pryor to Geoffrey Bartlett.
Enjoy award-winning food and wine with magnificent valley views at this Red Hill winery and restaurant hatted by The Age Good Food Guide.
Sample the exciting range of traditional and alternative varietals, while taking in views of the lake and some of the oldest vines on the Peninsula.
Deliberate over the all-day tapas and wine menu, visit the farm shop and join a Mornington Peninsula cooking class at this haven for food lovers.
With mussels from Flinders, cheese from Red Hill and berries from Main Ridge, Chef Max Paganoni's classic Australian menu highlights local produce.
Relax in hot springs, colourful autumns, refreshing winters and glistening summers.
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Get arty in cosmopolitan Mornington, with its sidewalk cafes, colourful bathing boxes and galleries.
Take to the fairways on the peninsula's 19 prestigious golf courses.
Sample your way around Mornington Peninsula's boutique cellar doors.
Dine by the water, shop in upmarket boutiques or swim with dolphins.
Launch yourself straight into Mornington Peninsula's welcoming waters.
See how the other half live at Portsea's million dollar mansions, or hit the beach for great diving.
Prepare for a round on Mornington Peninsula's prestigious courses, designed by golfing greats.
Sample your way around the Peninsula's cellar doors for unexpected experiences and delicious meals.
Join in the good life in Sorrento with waterfront dining, upmarket boutiques and dolphin encounters.
Launch yourself into Mornington Peninsula's welcoming waters with a variety of aquatic activities.
Save 10% on one way car travel between Sorrento and Queenscliff aboard Searoad Ferries and relax on this 40 minute bay crossing.