Attraction

Ocean and Bay Adventures

Mornington Peninsula boasts 2 unique bays. Port Philip Bay on the east coast of the peninsula has long stretches of sandy, protected beaches, jetties and busy seaside towns such as Rye, Blairgowrie and villages of Sorrento and Portsea. Western Port Bay is on the west coast of the Peninsula with its coastal towns of Flinders, Point Leo and Somers etc.

To the south is Bass Strait with its wild ocean beaches, stretching from Flinders east to Cape Schanck and eastwards on to Gunnamatta, St Andrews beach, Rye ocean beach, Sorrento and Portsea back beaches, and on to Point Nepean. Each of these areas offer differing bathing, experiences and marine experiences.

Peninsula Hot Springs​

Peninsula Hot Springs is a natural geothermal mineral springs and day spa less than 90 minutes from Melbourne. Explore over 70 globally inspired bathing and wellness experiences in the natural landscape.

Mornington Peninsula Golf Clubs​

Mornington Peninsula has eight of Australia’s top fifty golf courses, including Moonah Links, host to the Australian Open. With ideal natural conditions, architects have crafted exceptional courses. Plantation House, just a 20-minute drive from all these courses, is centrally located for golfers.


Download the Official Golf Touring Map for course details.

Wineries on the Mornington Peninsula​

Explore Mornington Peninsula’s 50 cellar doors featuring a variety of wines and visit the region’s only microbrewery for beer tasting. Fine dining options await at winery-associated restaurants.

 

Plan your day with the Official Wine Touring Map.

Restaurants and Cafes​

Steam – pan Asian restaurant and bar

Del Posto2409 

PEP’S Beachfront

PEP’S Beachfront

Baha – Mexican and live music

SiSCo – Italian Pizza restaurant

Pizza D’oh 

Panda – 2839 Pt Nepean Rd

Amara Cucina – 2839 Pt Nepean Rd 

Loquat – Good food guide recommended

Bistro Elba – 283 100-1002  Pt Nepean Rd Sorrento