The Mornington Peninsula Region

Getting here

It's quick and easy. We're just 90 minutes from Melbourne Airport and 60 minutes from the Melbourne's CBD, with highways reaching right to the Peninsula's heart. Getting around is a breeze, with local transport options from 45-seatercoaches to chauffeur driven limousines and small exclusive tours. You can drive the Peninsula from top to toe in about 30 minutes, and right across it in as little as 10 minutes. Click here to view the best way to get around.

Flexible venues

We can match our venues to just about any small to medium sized business event. A board meeting hidden away in an exclusive country retreat. An exhibition or trade show. A conference for up to 1000 delegates. Choose a coastal venue in a seaside village, where delegates can take a refreshing stroll along the beach, paddle board, kayak or have a dip. Or retreat to the hinterland, where luxury country hotels such as Lindenderry at Red Hill or Woodman Estate offer private settings assuring you peace and privacy. No matter where you choose, you can access state of the art conference equipment and technology.

Food and wine

We're internationally known for the quality of our wine, particularly Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

Top chefs have made a sea change to the Mornington Peninsula, and we have five hatted restaurants for memorable dining experiences. Our talented chefs have raised the bar for food and wine, so you're confident of high standards of food and beverage right across the Peninsula. Venues are incredibly flexible, offering everything from intimate private rooms in hotels and restaurants to large function rooms for cocktail parties, awards nights and dinners. There's budget flexibility too, with casual seaside restaurants, moderately priced bistros and traditional pubs on the coast and in the hinterland.

There are more than 50 cellar doors here as well, so there's a huge choice in wine tastings for pre/post touring, partner programs and incentives.

Adventure and leisure

With Port Phillip, Western Port and Bass Strait lapping our shores, you can rightly expect remarkable aquatic adventures such as seal and dolphin swims, sea kayaking, snorkel tours and bay cruising. You get them. But the Mornington Peninsula countryside adds a whole lot more. There's something for everyone; have a go at tree surfing, indulge in decadent hot springs, try your hand at golf, or you can even go horseback riding around our wineries.

We've got huge networks of walking tracks too, from beach and clifftop strolls to longer walks through national parks. You can hire bicycles and ride to the picturesque tip of the Mornington Peninsula at Point Nepean, passing through some of Victoria's most intriguing military history.

Pre/post touring, partner programs and incentives can be arranged for small exclusive groups too: think of privately escorted gourmet tours along our Wine Food Farmgate trail, golf at championship course, barrel tastings with winemakers, private spa therapies and fine dining in a one or two-hatted restaurant. Speak to the Business Events Mornington Peninsula team to help create your custom made touring experience.