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Mornington Peninsula Attractions

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So many people are drawn to the Mornington Peninsula for its array of attractions that suites all travellers. From rolling hills of the hinterland to the rugged coastline that ribbons the southern parts of Victoria, the Mornington Peninsula holds many sights and delights that will leave you spell bound. With its Mediterranean feel there are loads of surprises to fill up your days with no matter what time of year you decide to holiday here. Perhaps you are after a holiday tucked away in the tranquil surrounds of boutique wineries and vineyards or if you are searching for the ideal beach holiday with the kids then you simply cannot go past the Mornington Peninsula. Brimming with wildlife, adventure and fun filled activities and attractions and combine that with rest, relaxation and rejuvenation, these are just some of the reasons why thousands of people come here each year.

It won’t matter if this is your first time to the Mornington Peninsula or not, you will still find loads of attractions to entice you. Visit over 50 cellar doors in the local wineries, enjoy dining in vineyard al fresco restaurants, hiking through National Parks or perhaps a day of horse riding appeals to you. With camping adventures and plenty of scenic routes to travel along your days will be filled with stunning scenery where ever you go. Discover coastal walks or attractions such as Port Phillip Bay, scenic lookouts or take the walk to Arthurs Seat which is not to be missed. Hiking through Point Nepean National Park, browse through the shops any one of the coastal towns and villages that all boasts their own unique attractions for you to enjoy or just walk along 260 kilometres of pristine beaches.

Learn about the Aboriginal history and heritage of the region on an informative tour with a local guide, walk through heritage homes, stately buildings and museums that all have a story to tell or stop off at one of the beautiful golf courses that not only provide a great game of golf but also views to match. Take to the water for a day of sailing or boating on the ocean waters, explore the coral reefs and shipwrecks with some scuba diving or snorkelling or see what you can reel in for dinner on a fishing charter that everyone will enjoy.

Pamper yourself at wellbeing centres and day spas, picnic in foreshore parklands and gardens and wander through weekend markets. There are annual festivals, events and concerts from food and wine festivals, music concerts, local arts shows and plenty more to base your holiday around and with beautiful holiday destination within the Mornington Peninsula which include Flinders, Hastings, Sorrento, Frankston and Rye just to name a few, the list of attractions and things to see and do is endless. Swim with dolphins and seals, watch migrating whales, get close to numerous species of wildlife that call this region home or take to the skies for a bird’s eye view in a hot air balloon ride, aeroplane or helicopter ride.

The Mornington Peninsula is a holiday destination catering to all taste and holiday needs! With so much to offer you are certainly going to want more than just a couple of days to really enjoy all that that Morning Peninsula and its attractions have to offer.

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