Straddling two bays, this patchwork of green is dotted with winery-side restaurants welcoming cellar doors, offering cool climate wines and award-winning meals. Home to sublime olive oil, artisan cheeses and farm gate fruit, vegetables and home baked goodies, this is a food tourist’s playground. From 15 – 17 March, the Mornington Peninsula is celebrating Melbourne Food and Wine Festival with the following events:
A pleasant one-hour drive from Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula also boasts an exciting array of activities to see and do. Take a Horseback Winery Tour, or enjoy the fresh beauty of ‘tree surfing’, one of Victoria’s newest aerial adventures. Alternatively, grab yourself a Mornington Peninsula Attraction Pass and let someone else do all the deciding for you!
Download the Mornington Peninsula Regional Weekend itinerary here
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