Artsy, filled with gourmet delights and a haven for pleasure seekers. Great wineries, wonderful restaurants and charming cafes galore, with a whole kaleidoscope of culinary experiences.
The Peninsula Hot Springs is a must-do if you're into that sort of thing, and take your time exploring the fine food stores, antique shops and of course, the many, many eateries.
Definitely go to the Peninsula Springs center. It's fabulous and splash out and get a massage too! Sorrento is a lovely town and if you like golf there are lots of courses near by.
The beaches are very nice along the Western coast.
BEAUTIFULLY surrounded by nature and encapsulated by hiking tracks, lots of restaurants to cater for the various tastes and wineries to tantalise and satisfy your taste-budds.
Mornington Peninsula has many beautiful places that tourists would be best suited to in the sense of sight seeing, beautiful beaches, and a different experience.
Viist Information Centre in Main Street for activiies - wineries parks spas light aircraft airport antique centres drives - a very nice place to live.
There is so much to do, but you need to avoid long weekends, and school holidays, so that you can enjoy all the many attractions without crowds
Great places to stay and eat, from Morningnton to Portsea it's a great car ride and there is a fantastic Hot Spring at Fingal, which is a must.
A beautiful spot to see coastal areas, beaches, Australian historic areas explaining settlement to the region, fantastic wineries and more.
We drove as south and east as you could on the roads and just loved it all. Was my second trip to The Peninsula and once the new fwy opens to by pass Frankston, it will make it even easier to get down there.
Its a big area to explore. We stayed in Arthurs View, drove one day exploring Blairgowrie, Sorrento & Portsea - great houses and walks.
We spent a second day exploring Mt Martha & Eliza (must go to The Rocks Mornington restaurant for fresh seafood). We then spend another day exploring the back of the cove San Remo, Cape Schnapper, Philip Island and French Island. Amazing coastal views and walks.
Mornington Peninsula is great for golf, relaxation, and fine chocolates. Perfect for couples, groups of friends and families
There are lots of nice fine dinning restaurant in Mornington Peninsula. I would recommend the red estate and woodman estate.
They are surely one of the best restaurant I've ever had in Victoria.
So such to do! Water sports! Golf spa treatments! Restaurants , shopping markets ! Take the beach road for the views!
It got nice restaurants around the pier and colourful bathing boxes along the beaches. Mansions along the beach road.
A very nice beach town.
Mornington peninsular is a great area with plenty of attractions including hotels , motels and camping facilities.
it is good for just about anything you would like to do, there a great beaches both ocean and bay side excellent wineries and fantastic local foods, good shopping and some excellent weekend and midweek markets
A stunning part of Australia - beautiful scenery. Highly recommend taking the ferry from Queenscliff to Sorrento.
There is a vast range of historical features, water sport activities and plenty of things to keep you busy.
It is a nice place for family with young kids. Of course the sightseeing is quite breath taking too.