There is over 260 km of unspoilt coastline in the Melbourne's
bays and peninsulas, of which the Mornington Peninsulas is one of the popular
regions within Melbourne and Victoria.
The peninsula is a boot-shaped
promontory of land that curves south of Melbourne, forming the eastern
shore of Port Phillip Bay. Surrounded on three sides by Port Phillip,
Western Port Bays and Bass Strait, it provides Melbourne with some great
ocean beaches that includes a crescent of bayside beaches. Indeed, it is
Victorias oldest and most popular holiday destination, being less than
an hour drive from Melbourne.
The region includes rich hinterland that boasts scenic views of pastures
fruit orchards and rolling hills covered in vine-yards. Today, this district
features over 100 vineyards and over 30 cellar door, this coupled with
the many restaurants produce a perfect place to plan a holiday and enjoy
the good things in life.
Check out our range of
Mornington Peninsula accommodation.
In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local
tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local
maps and other information.