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Mornington Peninsula, VIC Australia

Heading down the Mornington Peninsula is a great escape if you’re visiting busy Melbourne city. I’ve lived here for just over a year now, and am still finding little places here and there to ride my bike, walk the dogs, have a lunch in the country side or just admire the view outside my car window. 65 more words

Australia

One Sunday in Mornington

These days I barely drive more than once a week and heading anywhere more than half an hour away constitutes a day trip.  But I do love exploring Victoria when I get a chance, so on Sunday we headed down to Mornington. 286 more words

Activities

Klein Bottle House in Australia

The house is covered in cement sheeting like folded origami.

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The Haywood Street house - just how old is it?

The story of this house is well known: it was built in or about 1858 and saved from demolition by Dr George Emery (1923-2005), who had it removed from its original location above Moray Place (off View Street) and reconstructed on the lower part of his property in Haywood Street, Mornington. 493 more words

Buildings

mornington, 2011

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Mornington Winter Jazz Festival

This has been our first Queen’s birthday in Australia and it’s been hard to choose something to do as a family as there are lots of events going on, in and around Melbourne. 205 more words

Melbourne