Neighbourhood Just over an hour outside of Melbourne, Mornington Peninsula has a whole lot to brag about, from its string of laid-back seaside villages and stunning beaches to being one of Victoria’s most exciting food and wine regions. There’s no doubt that this slice of paradise knows how to show off – in the best way! Things to Do With so many things to do on the Mornington Peninsula, you will be spoilt for choice when planning your stay. Foreshore walks, clifftop trails, camping spots, parklands and wooden piers that jut out into the depths of the water can all be found along the coastline, which is spectacular every which way you turn. Whilst calm beaches provide the perfect canvas for swimming, diving, sailing and paddle boarding. People have long been flocking to this region for a taste of the Mornington Peninsula, and for good reason. Menus champion the paddock-to-plate ethos, and ocean-fresh seafood is a given. What’s more, the café culture rivals that of Melbourne’s. Add into the mix farmgate produce, weekly markets and some of the best wineries in the state – from leading cellar doors to small, picturesque vineyards worth searching out – and you’re all but guaranteed to come home with a bounty of delicious local goods. One of Mornington Peninsula’s star attractions is its hot springs. From the quintessential Peninsula Hot Springs to the evocative new Alba Thermal Springs & Spa, these are places where you’re encouraged to slow down, recharge and restore. Lifestyle Mornington Peninsula’s rustic seaside lifestyle has everything at its fingertips; foodie hotspots, cellar doors, hot springs, markets, and a natural wonderland that’s a veritable playground, on and off the land. National parks and clifftop walks, to beaches bounded by bushland; this is a dreamy destination that locals relish in, and people from afar come to experience. These days, the beautiful and calm coastal region is home to more and more residents - both retirees and younger generations. That’s right, The Pen is not just a pretty face, and the reasons why are clear. “Offering an appealing mix of diverse housing and an aspirational coastal lifestyle, the Mornington Peninsula is both a comfortable commute to Melbourne’s CBD, and a beautiful region abundant with enviable restaurants, cafes, wineries, pristine beaches and recreational activities.” – Adam Joske, Managing Director, Belle Property Mornington & Mount Eliza Loving our Area Guide? Discover the best places to drink, dine, shop and play in your neighbourhood on our website. If you’re in the market for a sea change, you may even find the next suburb to call home. AREA GUIDE Cellar doors to clifftop walks, the Mornington Peninsula knows how to turn on the charm. Mornington Peninsula 06