Whether it’s action and adventure, sports and recreation, or touring the local attractions, you’re sure to find plenty of activities of interest on the Mornington Peninsula.
Peninsula Hot Springs is the first natural hot springs & day spa centre in Victoria around 1.5Hrs from Melbourne. Natural thermal mineral waters flow into the pools and private baths providing the idyllic setting for relaxation and rejuvenation. Peninsula Hot Springs makes it possible to bathe in the naturally healing waters of mineral rich thermal pools.
Manyung Gallery Sorrento & Flinders offers visitors to the Southern Mornington Peninsula, an opportunity to see a forever changing group of 120 original, quality, Australian artworks by a diverse range of contemporary artists and sculptors. A solid exhibition schedule runs from early October to Easter each year.
Barefoot Cinema is a spectacular outdoor cinema combining great food, drinks, music and a range of films in beautiful outdoor locations. Barefoot Cinema is held at two stunning sites on the Mornington Peninsula at Point Nepean National Park Portsea, and The Briars, Mount Martha – throughout the summer period.
Merrick’s General Wine Store is country at it’s best on the Mornington Peninsula. Between rolling hills and beautiful coastline, enjoy fine wine, food, art, and produce at this much loved general store, inspired by the rustic charm of farm life.
Our expert therapists specialise in relaxation, remedial, deep tissue and pregnancy; organic and advanced facials, body wraps, scrubs, manicures, pedicures and waxing. Ask us about Group Packages and perfect combinations for couples. endota spa Red Hill is a haven for wellness in one of Victoria’s most beautiful wine regions.
Gallery and Atelier of international artist, Allison.E. who works onsite producing colourful contemporary impressionist pieces on canvas, textiles and other mediums. Art for sale, commissions taken and worldwide shipping available. Art classes also available.
The Frankston Arts Centre is a landmark theatre and art gallery in the outer Melbourne suburb of Frankston in Victoria, Australia. The centre plays host to a number of major performances, including regular shows by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Victorian Opera, and is a tour venue for the Australian Opera, Bell Shakespeare Company, Melbourne International Film Festival, Sydney Dance Company as well as a number of other national production companies.
Beleura is a house museum, one of very few homes which has been owned and lived in by one family over 80 years. The home and its contents, renovated in the 1950’s reflect an era past. The gardens are extraordinary, originally developed by the celebrated Edward LaTrobe and later remade by John Tallis inspired by his time in Europe, particularly
Pt. Leo Estate is a family run ocean front property set on 330 acres of vineyard, farm and sculpture park. Our aim is to bring people together to showcase our local food hero’s and producers and to create amazing food, wine & art experiences.
Glass crafted at the Gordon Studio Glassblowers captures both a moment in time and illustrates a vast historical story. A truly unique experience to witness the ancient techniques used to work hot glass and shape it with tools, adding colour, blowing air and harnessing gravity to create beautiful art glass forms
Visit artist Di Crawford’s studio and property nestled in breathtaking bushland surround of Cape Schanck on the Mornington Peninsula. Enjoy the garden, walk through the protected bush and take a glimpse into the artist’s studio. All artwork is for sale and there is no entry fee.
Shop candles, local gifts and homewares, join in a candle making workshop or drop in to create your own custom candle!This is more than just a shop, it’s and experience. Red Hill Candle Co produces quality eco-friendly soy candles, room sprays and diffusers that locals and visitors alike love.
Queenscliffe Literary Festival celebrates Australian authors and ideas with a program designed to stimulate thought and discussion. The festival is run over 3 weekends in May with 24 events. Fiction and non-fiction authors discuss their writing on science, relationships, politic, history, climate change, comedy and post-pandemic issues.