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Exploring Mornington Peninsula

Just an hour away from Melbourne, this popular holiday destination offers great beaches, great food and of course some of the best wines of the region. In addition, it has a flourishing cultural and entertainment scene with galleries, spas and cafes.

Accommodations in Mornington Peninsula

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Mornington Peninsula is the &TravellersChoice1, which has been booked &TravellersChoiceBooked1 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended &TravellersChoice2 in Mornington Peninsula as it has been reserved &TravellersChoiceBooked2 times.

Sightseeing in Mornington Peninsula

- Mornington Peninsula Wine Region

If you love wine, visiting this region will be a must for you. Learn about how the peninsula vintners grow their fruit and produce their wines. Visitors will learn and get to taste the famous pinot noir of the region as well as the chardonnay, pinot grigio, pinot gris and shiraz.

- Rosebud

Located between Rye and Dromana on the Nepean Highway, this seaside town is a popular summer holiday destination and is the perfect base from which to explore the countless outdoor attractions nearby.

Transportation in Mornington Peninsula

Located just an hour outside of Melbourne driving to Mornington Peninsula is a great choice. You will most likely want to rent a car to drive and explore the region. Public transport around the Mornington Peninsula is also available. Trains and bus services are limited to the Port Phillip coast between Frankston and Portsea, and the Westernport coast between Frankston via Hastings to Flinders. There is no public transport into the hinterland area.

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