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Price and Availability Index in Mornington Peninsula Shire
Holiday Letting Price Information in Mornington Peninsula
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Mornington Peninsula. The most expensive week of the next 12 months is in December (22/12 - 29/12), where prices hit an average of $419 a night. Holiday letting prices go down to $302 per night in July (27/07 - 03/08).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Mornington Peninsula
Check how busy Mornington Peninsula Shire is with our availability graph. In a week of December (29/12 - 05/01), 65% of the holiday homes are booked. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in March (30/03 - 06/04).
The weather in Mornington Peninsula
This is the climate diagram in Mornington Peninsula. This year, January will have higher average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 7° in June. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is January.
Planning an Unforgettable Getaway at Mornington Peninsula
The Mornington Peninsula is situated to the south east of Melbourne and is well known for its pristine beaches but the region has so much more to offer. From award-winning restaurants and world-renowned wineries to art galleries, historical buildings, thermal hot springs and enchanted gardens, this region showcases the best attractions for the perfect family holiday.
Discover culinary secrets
Experience world-class views and exceptional dining experiences by dining at some of the award winning cellar door restaurants in the area. The most celebrated restaurants in the region such as the Paringa Estate in Montalto and Ten Minutes By Tractor have top chefs that create perfectly balanced meals with ingredients that are fresh from organic kitchen gardens and nearby sustainable farms. Roadside stalls sell all kinds of regional gourmet delights like organic vegetables, locally made cheeses, freshly roasted coffee and more.
Feel the cultural energy and artistic flair of Mornington Peninsula
Absorb artistic and creative experiences from well preserved local indigenous heritage to contemporary fine art. Drop by the peninsula's major art galleries and familiarize yourself with works by some of the well-known painters, sculptors, craftspeople and photographers who call the region home.
Walk along the Sorrento Portsea Artists Trail and uncover the breathtaking sceneries that inspired the artists' famed works. Wander in the galleries of Mornington Regional Art and browse through collections of seminal works and contemporary exhibits. Buy some locally made handworks at Baluk Arts, a collaboration with Aboriginal artists who are passionate about sharing their culture with the public.
Go back in time to the early colonial period by taking a heritage walk in the charming local village of Sorrento, where you will discover the history of the beautiful local landscape. For history lovers, plan a trip on the nearby Nepean Historical Museum and the Collins Settlement Historic Site. Discover Victorian mansions such as the Coolart Homestead and the famous Mulberry Hill, once the home of the prolific writer Joan Lindsay.
Enjoy sun-kissed holidays with the kids
Snorkel, swim or fish at Mornington Peninsula's bayside beaches or take a stroll along the extensive sandbars of Port Phillip Bay beaches. The are plenty of great spots where you can enjoy a lunchtime barbecue with your family, and the kids will love snorkelling near the pier and the other play facilities in the area.
Visitors can enjoy a rare encounter with a variety of animals at the Moonlit Sanctuary. Home to more than 60 species of Australian wildlife, the animals here are free to roam in large natural enclosures. Your children can feed wallabies and kangaroos and even cuddle the cute koalas. At night the sanctuary comes alive with popular lantern-lit tours. Guests can catch sight of various nocturnal birds including owls.
Experience breathtaking views
Climb the stone stairs of Cape Schanck Lighthouse and indulge yourself with panoramic views of the ocean. The coastal lighthouse dates back to 1859 and is located on the southernmost tip of the peninsula. With a limestone structure that stands 21 meters high, the lighthouse offers visitors a dramatic view overlooking the Bass Strait, where guests can usually spot whales during the migration season.
Soar over the state forest up to the highest part of the Peninsula in the state-of-the-art gondola ride on Arthurs Seat. Experience a bird's eye view of spectacular golden beaches as well as both the Bellarine and Mornington Peninsula.
Experience the bliss of connecting with nature at the Peninsula Hot Springs. A geothermal mineral springs and day spa, it offers more than 20 unique bathing experience set on the backdrop of the beautiful natural environment. With a hill-top pool that gives visitors a 360-degree view, a reflexology walk and a cave pool, it promotes overall well-being, relaxation and fun. Adventure-seekers can also hire a bike for a day as they cycle along the coastal trails of Point Nepean National Park.
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