The Mornington Peninsula is wonderfully versatile.
There's the beaches, which – depending on what side of the Peninsula you're on – involve either excellent surfing or excellent swimming. Then there's the wine country. The Peninsula's rolling hills and cool climate produce some of Australia's best pinot noir and chardonnay. Not to mention some of the best cellar doors and winery restaurants.
So it can be hard to figure out where to stay – there's a lot to choose from, depending on what kind of holiday you're looking at having. Whether you’re spending a weekend in Red Hill wine country or you’ve having a coastal retreat in Portsea and Sorrento, there's something here for you.
Do not travel to the Mornington Peninsula if you are feeling unwell. The Covid-19 situation is evolving and public health recommendations are subject to change. Masks are mandatory on public transport and indoors. If you have concerns about visiting businesses or public spaces, or questions about self-isolation or coronavirus testing, see the latest updates from the Victorian Government.
Guide to the Mornington Peninsula