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Arthurs Seat Eagle Arthurs Seat
#1 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
Wonderful 14-minute skylift ride in gondolas with bush mountain scenes and sea views along the Mornington Peninsula and optional 14 minute return trip to either the summit or base of the mountain at Dromana beach.
A wondrous visit to Arthur's Seat at the southernmost end of Mornington Peninsular, land of the Wonga pigeon and near the site of the first settlement in Victoria.
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Cape Schanck Lighthouse Cape Schanck
#2 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
The landscape is wild and wonderful, the views spectacular, we loved the pristine panoramas and whale pods .. the lighthouse is well maintained and makes for a nice pic.. take water take food most of all...
The short walks nearby along the cliffs and down to Pebble beach are amazing with incredible views!
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Main Street Mornington Mornington
#3 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
You get the best of both worlds; retail therapy and also a view if you stroll Main Street from one end to the other.
The setting here is particularly attractive with a stunning view over the water at the bottom of the street.
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Fort Nepean Portsea
#4 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
The sights from the bus or walking are breathe taking the old buildings are well preserved and lovely and cool to walk into dark and and amazing how our soldiers once lived to protect the lives of other Australians!
It’s a great walk, great views, great beaches and you’re also provided with a brilliant natural museum of what the fort was used for during its operation.
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The Big Goose Moorooduc
#5 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
... adults will like the tractor ride, feeding the range of animals (including emus and camels), bottle feeding the lambs, hold a bearded lizard and a snake, and then enjoy a short break at their on site cafe fan.
There is a cafe on site or picnic areas.
London Bridge Portsea
#6 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
The Victorian coast has some amazing landmarks and London Bridge is one you need to see.
it has an amazing view the best part was I could take my Wheelchair to a point which is called the viewpoint... took a lot of pictures...luckily the weather was also very beautiful... also went to the beach side i...
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Heronswood Dromana
#7 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
... it), I fell in love with the diversity of the gardens - visitors will be exposed to an array of rare, heirloom plants, and hybrids, as well as have old historic trees on site, which are a marvel just themselves.
It is definitely worth paying the $10 entrance fee, then taking your time to wander around the very well maintained gardens and to enjoy the views of the bay (Melbourne is just visible on the skyline).
Olivers Hill Lookout Frankston
#8 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
I regularly come here to walk.I start from the Waves restaurant and walk all the way up to Oliver's Hill.The incline makes you appreciate the vintage view across the bay to the city and beyond.My favorite lookout...
Olivers Hill gives the best views of the Bay and City .. both on calm sunny days and rough windy days ... great for running/ walking or just enjoying the view ..
Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm Main Ridge
#9 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
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Rosebud Pier Rosebud
#10 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
Pier is wooden and central to the shops, good play area close by, and fabulous toilet facilities, it is nice and long to take a stroll down and get a good view around the bay.
Beautiful views
The Two Bays Walking Track Cape Schanck
#11 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
Plenty of variety in the landscapes from serene bay views going over Arthurs Seat, to peaceful natural bush through the Green's Bush area, to rugged coastline down at Cape Schanck.
It had a lot of beautiful views of the beach and I enjoyed the walk through the bush.
Flinders pier Flinders
#12 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
pristine water and beautiful view, calm and clean beach with shades, great for family and holiday makers.
Great views of Phillip Island.
Supercartours Dromana
#13 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
Sculpture Park Point Leo
#14 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
The park exhibits Australia's largest, privately-owned collection of more than 50 large-scale, contemporary Australian and international works by well-known artists, with picture-perfect views of the Bay.
The site of the sculptures is spectacular with views of the sea providing the backdrop for many of them.
Rye Pier Rye
#15 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
Worth the walk the great view delightfully clear air and the wind blowing in your hair.
Mock Red Hill Red Hill
#16 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
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Heritage Farm Moorooduc
#17 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
Sorrento Portsea Artists Trail Portsea
#18 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
You will effectively be walking on a right of way through the yards of expensive private homes and will get great views of their homes, the bay, their private beaches and boat piers as well as see where some of th...
The walk is lovely though and there are lovely sights to be seen along the way and if you are lucky you may even see some of the local seal population sunning themselves near the boathouses on the beach.
Ballam Park Homestead Frankston
#19 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
Mornington Pier Mornington
#20 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
The Pier has gone through a thorough renovation works and it is a great place for sunset views, fishing, walking the dogs and strolling with the family or loved ones.
There is a wonderful restaurant here and you will have a superb time taking in all the views.
Red Hill Cherry Farm Red Hill
#21 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
Hart's Farm Shoreham
#22 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
The B&B has a wide verandah and open lawns with lovely views down across the olives groves.
Sit on the window bench seat and drink in the views and maybe even some of Hart's Farm apple cider as well.
Schnapper Point Mornington
#23 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
Great views and nice wide pavements to walk down to the beach and pier and have fish and chips!
Large jetty plenty of room and great views and a good place to take the whole family.
Staples Apples Main Ridge
#24 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
Rain, Hayne and Shine Farmyard Balnarring
#25 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
I don't think there is eftpos, which is ok if you know and there is no cafe (this is why I like it) we always bring a good old fashion picnic lunch and eat it either inside the gorgeous old tram they have on site...
Kananook Walking Trail Frankston
#26 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
McCrae Lighthouse McCrae
#27 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
Over the last couple of years the McCrae Lions have turned this local landmark into a night time extravaganza.
Fort Pearce Portsea
#28 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
Old buildings and the insights in to the history was fantastic... Really enjoyed wandering around and soaking up the sights!
War site
Dromana Pier Dromana
#29 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula
Baluk Arts Mornington
#30 of 50 Sights & Landmarks in Mornington Peninsula