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How to Spend 3 Days on the Mornington Peninsula

How to Spend 3 Days on the Mornington Peninsula

Whether you’re after a relaxing break from the city or looking for more active adventures, the Mornington Peninsula is an ideal destination. An hour’s drive from Melbourne, the peninsula offers wildlife-watching opportunities, culinary delights, and more. Three days is a perfect amount of time for exploring the area—here’s how.

Day 1: Take a culinary and wine tour

One of Australia’s premier wine-growing regions, the Mornington Peninsula is also renowned for its farm-to-table dining. Spend your first day on a culinary-themed tour: learn how wine is made locally, visit a chocolate factory or dairy and olive farms, and sample fresh cheese and strawberries. Some vineyards provide overnight accommodations, so you can skip the designated driver.

Day 2: Head for the water

The Mornington Peninsula is surrounded by ocean, so head out on a sightseeing cruise, for a chance to spot bottlenose dolphins, fur seals, and other marine life. In winter, you might see whales as they migrate through the area. For something more active, kayak to a dolphin sanctuary, or join a snorkeling tour to look out for colonies of weedy sea dragons. 

Day 3: Hike or bike

Hiking and biking are popular activities on the peninsula. At Point Nepean, Cape Schanck, or Mornington Peninsula National Park, trek through bush and along coastal trails—stopping to cool off at a beach en route. Trails are well-marked and maintained, but check ahead of time that they aren’t closed due to landslides, as is sometimes the case. Biking is a good way to cover more ground and see the same beautiful views. Go on your own, or as part of a guided tour that includes transport to the start and end points. 

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Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park Daytime General Entry Ticket

Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park Daytime General Entry Ticket

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See some of Australia's most famous native animals at Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park, which is conveniently located on the Mornington Peninsula near Melbourne. The sanctuary shelters kangaroos, koalas, Tasmanian devils, crocodiles, and more on the 25-acre (10-hectare) grounds. Learn more about the mammals, reptiles, birds, fish, amphibians and insects at daily keeper talks and wildlife shows.
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  • 2 to 3 hours
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Boneo Maze: General Entry Ticket

Boneo Maze: General Entry Ticket

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Boneo Maze is a fun family attraction located on the Mornington Peninsula. This general entrance ticket provides full-day access to the park, including the gardens, wetlands, and mazes. Enjoy unlimited rounds of mini-golf, follow the boardwalks around the wetlands, tackle three hedge mazes, and play gigantic versions of chess, checkers, and connect four in the Mega Games garden.
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  • 1 to 7 hours
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Mornington Peninsula Victoria | Cycle Tour | Self-Guided | Food & Wine Region

Mornington Peninsula Victoria | Cycle Tour | Self-Guided | Food & Wine Region

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Cycling Vine Tours Mornington Peninsula self-guided day tour offers a relaxed cycle experience pedalling through amazing countryside whilst enjoying local food & wine at your own pace. An Amazing Day Start at Arthurs Seat and cycle past some of the most idyllic scenery you could ever hope to pedal. Cycling is mostly on dirt paths and downhill. Cycling Vine Tours suggest lunch stops - casual local pizza lunch or more formal a la carte. Alternatively collect local produce for a picnic. Cycling Vine Tours self-guided tours give you the freedom to explore and wander off the beaten track at your own pace. Maps and written guide to suggested routes that travel past local produce stores and vineyards are provided. Included: bike, helmet, basket, water bottle, maps, a written guide, emergency kit, phone assistance, pick up & return to Arthurs Seat. The tour can be tailored to your ability and preferences. Please wear comfortable clothing & closed toe footwear for cycling up to 25kms.
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  • 6 hours
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Self-Guided Point Nepean National Park Bike Hire

Self-Guided Point Nepean National Park Bike Hire

Nepean National Park—situated at the southern tip of the Mornington Peninsula—has historic military structures and tunnels, and unmatched views of Port Philip Bay and the South Australian coast. This tour, which provides bike rental for two people and an audio guide and map, lets you explore the park’s coastal trails at your own pace.
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  • 4 hours
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