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Beware The Flies

March Flies of the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria

Way down south of mainland Australia,

Squinting in vain to see neighboring Tasmania.

Panoramic views of raw rock, gold sand,

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21.3.17 - Mornington Peninsula Winetasting

The storm which raged outside all night hadn’t left town and heavy rain greeted our sleepy ears. An ocean of rain couldn’t dampen our enthusiasm today though and we happily munched down watermelon and read through our vineyard tourist leaflets. 915 more words


Mornington Peninsula

Saturday, 18 March 2017 – I decided to get away from the city and enjoyed the sun (which was very rare because I’m not really a fan of sun).  284 more words

Mornington Peninsula

Watching The Ships Roll In

As the afternoon reaches its zenith, it is traditional for holiday makers, local residents and sunset chasers to drag their chairs down to the white sandy shores of Port Phillip Bay, and waste time in the loveliest way, ‘ 183 more words


Rugged Cape Schanck

There are so many options of things to see and do here on the Mornington Peninsula. So when Karen’s cousins from Germany visited us it was hard to make a decision on what to show them. 353 more words


T'Gallant Pink Moscato NV

T’Gallant haven’t updated their website for a while, so if you look at it, you’re going to view their old packaging for the Moscato. Now I remember trying it and being impressed with balance structure and good flavours of rosewater and lavender. 125 more words

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T'Gallant Prosecco NV

T’Gallant truck along with easily accessible wines and pretty smart prices.  This is one of a trio of new sparkling releases from the label.

T’Gallant, Prosecco, Mornington Peninsula, NV… 70 more words

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