About Mornington Peninsula
One of Victoria’s most loved holiday regions for good reason, the Mornington Peninsula is a haven of beaches and bushwalks, award-winning vino and first-class food. Running the southeastern stretch from Port Phillip Bay to Western Port Bay, you’ve got everything from delicious coastal cafes in Sorrento, the Point Nepean National Park down near Portsea to seaside rock pools in Blairgowrie. Red Hill is home to wineries galore, like Pt. Leo Estate and Jackalope, and just inland is the ever indulgent Peninsula Hot Springs where rest and relaxation is the aim of the game. Whether you’re cosying up in a beach shack or barn, tiny house or glamping tent, there’s an adventure (and accommodation) to suit every traveller.