Places to see
Wine | Food | Farmgate
The Mornington Peninsula vineyards are famous – but there are new and exciting tastes to enjoy at craft breweries, cider makers and distilleries. Fill your picnic basket at a farmgate or share a regional platter at a winery restaurant. Take high tea, book a cooking class or savour a fine dining experience in a Chef’s Hat restaurant – it’s all here.
Feel a million miles away from city life as you dive into the waters of the peninsula’s countless sandy bay inlets and wild surf beaches, from Frankston to Portsea are the most picturesque Peninsula Beaches on Port Philip Bay including Dromana, Rosebud and Sorrento.
Bay and Ocean
Vehicular and passenger ferries link Sorrento across Port Philip to Queenscliff on the Bellarine Peninsula, and on to the Great Ocean Road. The ferry operates every day of the year from 7am until 6pm and carries passengers, cars, caravans, buses and trucks.
Shopping and Markets
The Mornington Peninsula is home to many markets varying between seasonal and weekly trade. The local markets are the perfect way to sample local produce and experience genuine Peninsula talent and craft.
Big4 Mornington Peninsula Holiday Park is an ideal base for your golfing holiday with some of the best courses in the country at a short drive from your stay with us.
Nature and Wildlife
From rugged coastlines, marine parks and sandy bay beaches to lush gardens, mangroves countless native wildlife, the Mornington Peninsula has plenty to keep nature lovers excited and inspired.
Adventure and Attractions
From Melbourne to Portsea, the Mornington Peninsula has some of the most amazing adventures and attractions.
Arts, Culture and Heritage
Discover the roots of the Mornington Peninsula with these truly amazing Artistic displays and preserved history.
Escape from the bustle of busy city life into a lush haven of hidden delights in the Dandenong Ranges’ secret fern glades, towering forests and eclectic villages.