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Millionaire's Walk

Hats on, flats on… It’s time to go walking.

Sorrento & Portsea, Australia

If you’re after a truly breathtaking walk along cliff tops and lush green lawns, look no further than Sorrento and Portsea. 29 more words


Winery Stop 5, Montalto

Final stop of the day, Montalto.  This place opened in 1997.  They were very rushed and didn’t seem that eager to let/want you to enjoy their wine.  75 more words


Winery Stop 4, Red Hill Estate

Red Hill Estate was established in 1989 with 46 acres of land and 23 acres under vine.  They have great views of the Mornington Peninsula, too.  481 more words


Winery Stop 3, Paringa Estate

Next we get heavenly views and amazing wines.  We visited Paringa Estate which is family run and opened in 1985.  We sipped some amazing stuff here. 643 more words


Winery Stop 2, Moorooduc Estate

The second place we decided to check out on wine-tour in Mornington Peninsula was Moorooduc Estate.  This place was established in 1982, and is a small, family run wine business. 319 more words


The Mornington Peninsula

The original, albeit vague plan for our road trip was to complete the Great Ocean Road and continue westwards to Adelaide, before heading back to Melbourne swiftly over one or two days. 1,288 more words


Main Street Mornington Festival

Posted by Milk Bar Mag on 16/9/15.

Make sure that you keep Sunday the 18th of October free, because the Mornington Peninsula will be hosting its very own Main Street Mornington Festival for everybody to enjoy. 278 more words