Visitor Guide

Visitor Information

The Mornington Peninsula only and hours drive from Melbourne with its bays and ocean beaches, parks and walking tracks, gourmet food and wine regions, award winning golf courses and many other attractions makes for a great reason to visit.  

The Peninsula is truly the perfect place for your next day trip weekend getaway or family holiday. With a wide range of accommodation and holiday rental in Portsea Sorrento Blairgowrie and Rye there's something for every occasion and budget.  

Blairgowrie, Victoria

Blairgowrie is nestled between Port Phillip Bay and Mornington Peninsula National Park where only 1.5 km separates the bay from Bass Strait. With lively restaurants, bars and cafes spilling over with people, the hive of activity of water crafts in th ...

Portsea, Victoria

At the Southern tip of the Mornington Peninsula with a canopy of sheoke trees marking the entrance to Portsea sets the scene for the million dollar homes set on cliff tops occupied by Melbourne’s rich and famous. Facing Melbourne’s night lights borde ...

Rye, Victoria

Visiting the coastal township of Rye on the Mornington Peninsula is a tradition for many Melbournians each summer. With its carnival atmosphere, tranquil beaches and increasing array of wine bars and cafes has helped foster a cosmopolitan atmosphere ...

St Andrews, Victoria

Hidden along the rugged Bass Strait coastline and beautiful hinterland this region has created its own distinctive style. Centrally located close to both surf and safe beaches with unparalleled views, traditional orchards sit side by side with a grow ...