Mornington Peninsula is a special place just under an hour, South East of Melbourne
Vineyards were first planted in the 1970’s with the region providing perfect growing conditions for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, today the maritime region on the Mornington Peninsula boasts over 200 small scale vineyards and over 50 cellar doors.
The Mornington Peninsula is a popular weekend getaway and a favourite destination for locals attracted to the abundance of local fruit and vegetable producers, and the high quality restaurants, bistros, cafes.
You will also enjoy the stunning scenery that this region is famous for, studded with golf courses, horse studs, cherry tress, strawberry fields, beaches and wineries with well manicured gardens and world class sculpture displays.
We have selected the very best dining experience for you to stop for lunch and 3 exceptional wine tasting events (includes one at your lunch venue)
Lunch Venue Rare Hare (weekdays) or Merrick’s General Wine Store
Sculpture Walk After lunch we will head to Pt Leo Estate, that includes the spectacular Sculpture Park, an outdoor gallery comprising of over 40 mainly large scale sculptures. The outdoor gallery includes international works as well as sculptures from major Australian artists.
Choose between the 45 minute or 90 minute self guided walk, aptly described as “Sculpture amongst the Vines” Westernport Bay presents as the impressive back drop of this ever evolving outdoor art gallery
Your day starts with a 10am pick up from Melbourne City Hotel/accommodation by a friendly, local and fully qualified guide. Returning to your door at approximately 5pm
1 Premium Wine Tasting Event, Wine Tasting at Lunch Venue and Self Guided Sculpture Walk
2 Course Lunch with a glass of Rare Hare wine weekdays only or Merrick’s General Wine Store (all dietary requirements catered for)
Group sizes are small so we can introduce you to private and intimate experiences away from crowds.
Private Tour Upgrade Option for 2 guests