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A weekend on the Mornington Peninsula

My friend Hazel refers to their weekender as “our house in the vicinity of the beach” – true enough, as to get to the beach one must hop into the car, but staying at the house always provides a perfect excuse for lazy days, and, of course, much eating. 326 more words


Melbourne, The Great Ocean Road and Mornington Peninsula --Australia

Hey! Well this is my last Australia post. After the outback, I flew from Alice Springs to Melbourne, toured part of The Great Ocean Road and the Mornington Peninsula. 1,331 more words


Recipe #2 Beef Bourguignon

Beef Bourguignon, also known as Beef Burgundy, is traditionally a peasant meal originating in the Burgundy region of France. It’s undoubtedly one of the most delicious meals you can cook with wine and a perfect warming dinner for Winter. 271 more words


Let's Taste - Avani Syrah 2014

I was very blessed to have Shashi Singh from Avani on the Mornington Peninsula on my podcast The Vincast (episode available Friday November 13th), and she was very generous in giving me a bottle of her unreleased 2014 Syrah to taste. 43 more words

Tasting Notes

Australia's most popular home

With wide expansive open stretches of space, neutral colour palette and located near the ocean and vineyards of Mornington this one ticks all the boxes! 115 more words

Mornington Peninsula

Lots to update you with about our time on the Peninsula but first of all an update on the footwear situation.  The purchase of new trainers (or runners to do it in Aussie speak) has caused some debate amongst our avid readers.   1,261 more words


Carpets of Green - Bay of Islands, Sorrento

October is a wonderful time on the back beaches of the Mornington Peninsula.  The rock platforms are transformed by a thriving carpet of lush greenery that’s only visible near low tide.   100 more words