With so many things to do on the Mornington Peninsula, you are truly spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches, wildlife, hikes, wineries, restaurants, really great vibes and the best coffee in Victoria!
With a coast line 190 kilometres, encasing the eastern half of Port Phillip bay, the Mornington Peninsula is home to some of the most scenic and incredible landscapes Victoria wide- it’s also a place we personally call home!
Having lived and worked on the Mornington Peninsula for years, some of the best beaches in the world living so close to a dense population is a god-send and is something we never take for granted!
If you’re unsure of what to do on the Mornington Peninsula, fear not; as this guide has been personally curated and experienced by yours truly and will include nothing but the best of the best!
Your guide to the best things to do on the Mornington Peninsula
The suburban seaside city, the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula and where we call home! Frankston makes number 1 on the list of things to do on the Mornington Peninsula, and although it may not be as pretty as its counterparts, there are a few key things you have to do to make your day perfect.
Coffee & Breakfast
Next, head down Nepean Highway and grab yourself an almond milk latte at Ol’ mate Coffee. The staff are really friendly and it’s not a bad place to sit down for half-a (30 minutes) and enjoy a coffee.
Olivers Hill Lookout
If its viewpoints you’re after then look no further. To this day when driving down we still can’t believe how freakin beautiful this view is from up here at Olivers Hill Lookout.
Once the home of Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman it’s one of the best free things to see on the Mornington Peninsula. Address: Olivers Hill Lookout, Nepean Highway, Frankston VIC 3199