Mornington Peninsula is located 75 km South East of Melbourne. It has been a popular summer time attraction since 1870s, Originally represented by large farm land, today the peninsula is brimful of organic orchards, beautiful vineyards and a selection of day spa and hot spring spots. It is most notable for its long strips of quality beach and delightful wines, along with many outdoor activities such as: golf, diving and surfing. In addition, Mornington Peninsula holds a number of interesting events throughout the year, e.g. Dromana Strawberry Festival and Frankston Sea Festival in January and Pinot Noir celebration in February.
- Mornington Peninsula scenic drive - drive along the coastal road and enjoy the scenery of Port Phillip Bay on the side.
- Rye, Sorrento and Frankston Beaches - take a walk on the beach and submerge yourself in the alluring nature.
- Quarantine Station - historical precinct with almost 50 heritage listed buildings. It was first opened in 1852 to quarantine the outbreak of disease among early British settlement and is the 2nd oldest intact quarantine station in Australia.
Depart 9 AM and return to Melbourne CBD by 7 PM
Mercedes (Up to 7 Passengers): AUD $639
Mercedes (8 - 11 Passengers): AUD $859
- Gunners Cottage & Fort Nepean - take a 3 km walk to Fort Nepean where it was a military defence facility since 1880s and from Gunners Cottage, you can take the Walter Pisterman Heritage Walk. Shuttle bus is available, see timetable.
- Peninsula Hot Springs (Rye), the first natural hot spring and day spa in Victoria, offers a wide variety of bathing and spa experiences. Read More
- Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park - 10 hectares of bushland where you get to see endangered species and come in close contact with native Australian animals. Price: adult $20 / child $10. Read More
- Enchanted Adventure Garden - A treat for your kids, activities include maze, bush scramble obstacle course, tube slide, tree surfing and big zip. Read More
Friendly Reminder Before Your Trip
- Sunglasses and sunscreen
- Throngs (flip-flops) and shorts if you plan to walk on the beach or dip your feet in the crisp sea water.
- Drinking bottle to keep yourself hydrated, we also provide bottled mineral water.
- If you plan to take a long walk at Fort Nepean, comfortable sports shoes are recommended.
- Beach towels and some snacks if you plan to have a picnic on the beach and a bag to keep rubbish.
- Transportation cost
- Travel guide fees
- National park entry fee
- Toll way fees
- Free bottled water
- Hotel pick-up / drop-off
- Meal and drink costs
- Any optional activity costs, for any admission ticket and opening hours information, please refer to service provider's website for more information. we are always happy to book your admission tickets in advance free of any service charge, deposit required)