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Melbourne’s Bays and Peninsulas offers some of Victoria’s premier getaway destinations, including seaside villages, golf courses and other activities set between two breathtaking and tranquil bays. Enjoy the sparkling beaches, lovely coastal bushwalks, scenic Arthur’s Seat, galleries, boutique wineries, restaurants, cafes. You can take the car ferry linking Sorrento and Queenscliff to make an easy round trip from Melbourne. The Mornington Peninsula is synonymous with fun and relaxation. There are beguiling beaches, fine food and wine, chic beachfront towns and a variety of family attractions.

Sorrento and Portsea on the Mornington Peninsula are home to antique shops, galleries, cafes and numerous walking trails along the ocean-facing coastline. Heading inland, you’ll find a number of boutique wineries, where many vineyard restaurants offer sea views and gourmet dishes to match their individual wines. The Mornington Peninsula offers an assortment of water-based activities. Surfing, sailing, swimming and fishing are widely enjoyed, as is swimming with the resident populations of dolphins and seals. The Mornington Peninsula is also noted for its markets, artist workshops, gardens, year-round events, championship golf courses and fresh produce – you can pick your own strawberries, cherries and other seasonal fruits or buy a range of food directly from the farm gate.

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