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Two bays flank the Mornington Peninsula, as it pushes out into the mighty Southern Ocean. Fertile hills and lavender farms roll to the coast, with iridescent beaches and tranquil harbors.

Less than an hour from Melbourne, its laid-back lifestyle has attracted many chefs and wine makers, creating an unexpected gastronomic haven

Exploring Mornington

A retreat for artists, the ‘Artists’ Trail’ combines the scenes that have inspired some of the country’s best-known painters and with regular craft markets, especially at Red Hill, the region has an unmistakeable creative buzz.

At the tip, Sorrento is a historic gem acclaimed for fine buildings, excellent eateries and galleries. The nearby ferry at Portsea links you to the Great Ocean Road so this is a great diversion from the main highway.

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    Accommodation choices for Mornington Peninsula

    We’ve selected a range of accommodation options for when you visit Mornington Peninsula. Our choices usually come recommended for their character, facilities and service or location. Our specialists always aim to suggest properties that match your preferences.

    • The Woodman Estate, Mornington Peninsula

      Woodman Estate

      First Class

      Perched on a lake side in the Mornington Peninsula, the Woodman Estate occupies a stunning and peaceful location and is the perfect place to unwind and absorb the ambience and delightful scenery.