Places to Go on the Mornington Peninsula

Here is my work in progress on where to go on the Mornington Peninsula, for…




Family bonding?

Some options may even give you ALL of the above. So here it goes…

The Hungry Peacock – A children’s play shed, adjoining a very kid-friendly cafe


The Enchanted Adventure Garden – An adventure playground for young and old set amongst imaginative and relaxing gardens to wander and lose yourself in


Boneo Maze and Mini Golf – Winding and scenic gardens set amidst natural fauna that takes you on a journey, with mazes, mini golf, and a carousel playground to amuse the littlies


Sand Sculpting Australia – a seasonal event on the Frankston waterfront that runs from December to April – check their web site here for specific dates. Every year there’s a new theme, so it never gets too boring!


Mt Eliza Farmers Market – A monthly market in the heart of Mt Eliza, the Peninsula’s self-asserting Toorak of the Peninsula. Local foods, wares and produce prevail in this modest and small-stalled event, and it is a delight to indulge in, knowing the preparation to plate trip was low on the ks. The link below gives a Winter-y review of the market which runs all-year round:


Rebel Donuts – a shop devoted to what else, DONUTS! Do I really need to convince you to visit? Regular main-stayers plus an ever-changing range make this a sweet place you will LOVE to revisit.


Feel free to add your own ideas, or places you would like me to visit and review! (hey, someone has to do it…)



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