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777 beautiful holiday lettings from 21 holiday letting websites are available in Mornington with prices starting at $69 a night. By directly analysing these accommodation options, HomeToGo brings you the most economical offers as well as the highest rated lettings in Mornington.
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The weather in Mornington Town
Find the Mornington climate diagram. The highest average temperatures are in the month of January. However, temperatures can go lower than 7° in Mornington Town in June. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is January.
Enjoy Australian town life from a Mornington Town holiday letting
The seaside town of Mornington is located in Australia's southern Mornington Peninsula, less than 60km from Melbourne. With a 50km stretch of white-sand beaches, a relaxing village atmosphere, and nearby wineries for you to explore, Mornington is a unique holiday destination that combines all the excitement of fun in the sun with an up-close experience of rural Australia.
Affordable holiday lettings in Mornington vary from cottages to apartments, which are suitable for families, couples and groups. Whether you'd prefer to surf the waves and party on the beach or soak up the provincial culture in the nearby villages to the north, plenty of accommodation options are available to suit your needs.
Wine in Mornington Town: Sip on a Chardonnay and sample international cuisine at the local vineyards
Located under 7km from Mornington, the Mornington Peninsula Wineries invite visitors to sample local wines and international cuisine. You can make pre-planned excursions to the wineries and learn about the art of winemaking. The winery’s own restaurant also serves a modern menu of local and global fare, which will spoil you for choice.
Additionally, Merchant Lane offers well-priced food, including delicious vegetarian options, as well as a Butcher’s Club menu for meat lovers. The Merchant Lane allows visitors to sample and learn about the fascinating history of Australian wines. The restaurant menu offers a diverse spread in a pleasant setting to enjoy with your glass of Pinot.
Partying and nightlife in Mornington Town
Nightlife in Mornington Town captivates visitors with its music, dancing, multinational foods, endless wines and sleepless nights. The diversity of entertainment offers a great night out for families, friends and couples alike, and you will find an ideal range of bars, clubs, lounges and restaurants.
Music is a dominant part of the Mornington nightlife with many live concerts and dance shows taking place in the evening - a great opportunity to get a flavour of the local culture and performance tradition. Beaches of Mornington presents live music from some of the best cover bands in the Peninsula every Friday and Saturday night from 9pm.
Markets in Mornington Town: Get into the rural swing of things and soak up some local culture
The oldest market in Victoria welcomes locals and visitors every Wednesday and is an integral part of the town's culture and identity. You can enjoy browsing for handmade Australian crafts including kangaroo sculptures, paintings, carved shell jewellery and souvenirs from the market.
Mornington town has also opened the Mornington Racecourse Market on Sundays. The Market offers visitors a chance to discover plants, lifestyle products, home décor, gourmet produce, art and photography as well as handmade children’s clothing and accessories. You can relax on the lawn as you enjoy plenty of dining options offered by the market’s Red Hill Community stalls.
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