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With so many things to do on the Mornington Peninsula, you are truly spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches, hot springs, wildlife, wineries, restaurants, amazing vibes and the best coffee in Victoria. With a coast line 190 kilometres long, encasing the eastern half of Port Phillip bay, the Mornington Peninsula is home to Continue Reading
If you find yourself on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula then you need not look any further than by visiting the only natural geothermal day spa at the Mornington Peninsula Hot Springs in Fingal. Located just 90 minutes from Melbourne in a suburb called Fingal lies this naturally occurring geothermal spring some 600 metres below the surface Continue Reading
You would be pressed to find a place less disturbed by nature that’s teeming with significant cultural history dating back thousands of years, a well preserved wildlife population and ocean that holds mysteries and stories from a time gone by more so than Point Nepean National Park. After exploring the region and seeing the best Continue Reading
Victoria’s first European settlement back in 1803, Sorrento on the Mornington Peninsula sits almost at the very far west end of the Mornington Peninsula surrounded by the waters of both Port Phillip Bay and the Southern Ocean and bass Straight. Sorrento is simply beautiful. Used by many Melburnians as a summer holiday escape during the Continue Reading