Best Places to See on the Mornington Peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula boasts exquisite views and spectacular activities, making the area a world-renowned holiday destination. With comfortable temperatures year-round, you can enjoy the splendour of the region whenever you please. If you're planning a holiday on the Mornington Peninsula, then you'll want to check out these top attractions.

Peninsula Hot Springs

Located in Rye, you don't want to miss out on your chance to experience the Peninsula Hot Springs. Here you'll discover a world of wonder and tranquility while enjoying the outdoors. The natural springs welcome all ages, and there are various bathing houses that offer amenities and private pools, although there are public areas as well. Book an early bird special for cheap access and less crowded pools.

 

Royal Botanic Gardens

The Royal Botanic Gardens in Cranbourne is another amazing outdoor location that you simply cannot miss. With beautiful scenes, the area also offers wading pools for kids to splash in. Here you can explore thousands of plant species, enjoy a leisure walk, or gather inspiration for your landscaping projects.

 

Marion Rosetzky Gallery

Located in Red Hill, the Marion Rosetzky Gallery is a wonderful location to explore the artwork of the area. With countless uniquely hand-crafted pieces, this is a must-see for art lovers. After viewing the spectacularly crafted displays, you can even purchase some of the artwork to leave with a souvenir as a memento of our trip.

 

Frankston Beach

With safe, shallow waters and an exquisite backdrop, Frankston Beach in Frankston is a remarkable beach to visit. Here families can enjoy the water or soak up the sun along the pristine sand. You can also head along the pier for a better view of the astonishing scenery. If you're planning an entire day along the beach, you can easily enjoy a picnic or check out one of the nearby cafes.

 

Point Nepean National Park

For even more astounding views, head to Point Nepean National Park near Portsea. Open every day, visitors can take part in hiking adventures, barbecued meals, or biking excursions. You can enjoy a picnic at the Observatory Point Picnic Area or visit one of the buildings for information and historical education. You can even hire bikes for the day for an amazing adventure.

 

Mornington Peninsula National Park

Check out another outdoor adventure at the Mornington Peninsula National Park. This national park features the perfect opportunity for you to see and participate in all of the outdoor activities you love in one place. The area offers beaches, lush plants, wildlife, and even opportunities to swim with dolphins. The park also presents hiking, swimming, and surfing opportunities along with historical sites. You can also take pleasure in lookout points, picnic areas, fishing, horseback riding, and countless water activities.

 

Boneo Maze and Wetlands Centre

Not only can you get lost in the spectacular labyrinth of the Boneo Maze, but this attraction also features a boardwalk where you can stroll the 15 acres of wetlands for a splendid experience. The maze is ideal for children or people seeking a fun experience, but the area also allows you to enjoy a picnic while watching the wildlife, or you can take the opportunity to explore the beautiful gardens.



With so many spectacular places to see, it's no wonder the Mornington Peninsula is a popular getaway destination. With incredible holiday rentals starting at $500 per week along with astounding activities, you'll never forget your trip to the Mornington Peninsula.

 

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