Being just an hour from Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula is popular tourist destination for Australians and international visitors alike. There is so much to see and do on your trip to the Peninsula, so we thought we’d give you a list of popular attractions, places to stay and touring companies that you can travel the region with.
Touring and Transport
Hops and Barrels offer a hop on hop off wine tour in the Mornington Peninsula.
A small group tour company run by Peninsula locals who love to share their knowledge and passion for our beautiful region.
A small group tour company who tour a variety of regions including the Mornington Peninsula.
Chillout Winery Tours offer both public and private tours throughout the wine growing regions of the Yarra Valley and the Mornington Peninsula.
MP Experience offer unique tours of the Mornington Peninsula including Truffle and Mushroom Tours.
Journey through the Mornington Peninsula with experienced tour guides who have a passion for our amazing region.
There are extremely limited public transport options around the Peninsula so we recommend using ride share apps like Uber, Didi and Ola if you need an alternative way of getting here.
State-of-the-art gondola from Base Station in Dromana to the summit of Arthurs Seat with breathtaking view across the bay to the city.
A great day out for kids with lots of different mazes and activities.
Who would have thought there were natural thermal springs on the Peninsula? An amazing pool, spa and pampering centre.
Swim with the wild bottlenose dolphins of Port Phillip Bay.
Enjoy a swim with the dolphins and seals or a delicious seafood and champagne cruise.
Baylplay offer a range of exciting activities on the Mornington Peninsula including snorkelling, sea kayaking and scuba diving.
A U-Pick strawberry farm located just 3 minutes drive from Green Olive at Red Hill makes a great stop after lunch.
Kids will love this outdoor gallery featuring unique sculptures by Australian and international artists.
The location of this public golf course has to be seen to be believed.
Western themed adventure park set on 200 acres with views of green pastures and horses grazing.
Over 70 works from prominent Australian artists with the bi-annual Sculpture survey.
Exciting new contemporary art gallery in Flinders.
Zen out in one of Victoria's most beautiful wine growing regions.
A beautiful day spa in Red Hill.
Visit Mornington Peninsula has a list of local beach and bush trails including Point Leo, Cape Shank, Port Phillip Bay beaches.
Eat and Drink
For fabulous local brew and delicious food.
Taste their delicious craft beer while you watch the brewers work their magic.
An artisanal distillery creating handcrafted spirits such as brandies, gins and liqueurs.
This chefs hat fine dining restaurant is only a 10 minute walk from Green Olive at Red Hill. Booking ahead is essential for this gourmet experience. Currently under reconstruction.
Enjoy amazing views and three styles of dining at this vibrant restaurant.
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Boutique accommodation nestled in picturesque Red Hill, in walking distance to Green Olive at Red Hill.
3 B&B self contained cottages with open fire and spa bath, in walking distance to Green Olive at Red Hill.
Quarters is where the best of international luxury design meets the charm of the Mornington Peninsula. Located 13 minutes drive from Green Olive at Red Hill.
Luxury Hotel located at Willow Creek Vineyard in Merricks North about 15minutes drive from Green Olive at Red Hill
Secluded hideaway for couples located at St Andrews Beach, complete with safari inspired bush kitchens and outdoor double spa baths located 25 minutes drive from Green Olive at Red Hill.
Stylish resort with luxury rooms overlooking one of Australia’s best golf courses. Located at Fingal which is 20 minutes drive from Green Olive at Red Hill.
Five-star coastal retreat includes a luxury spa, dramatic coastal views and a magnificent golf course. Located at Cape Schanck 20 minutes drive from Green Olive at Red Hill.