1 Day Mornington Peninsula & Hot Springs Tour
Join us for the ultimate day out on the Mornington Peninsula, enjoying the best this region has to offer including 2 - 3 hours at the famed Peninsula Hot Springs, delicious food and wine and a ride on the Arthurs Seat Eagle Gondola to appreciate the spectacular views.
Operates: Monday, Thursday & Saturday
Returns: Approximately 6:00pm
Child: $195 (0 -15 years old)
Please note, we can provide an infant seat (0-3 years old) and booster seat for children aged between 4 to 8 years old age, free of charge. Please be advised to make a note of the child’s age at the time of the booking to make this arrangement.
No strollers or pram are permitted on this tour.
Please bring a bathing towel and swimmers for the hot springs.
We start the morning with a short journey from Melbourne to the Mornington Peninsula Hot Springs. With two to three hours here, you have plenty of time to enjoy the range of globally inspired experiences set in the peaceful surrounds of the Mornington Peninsula. Unwind in the naturally heated waters of the seven geothermal pools, the Turkish steam room, cave pool, reflexology walk, saunas and much more.
After you feel suitably refreshed, we will make our way to a local farmgate to taste some of the region’s delicious local produce. Enjoy a tasty tapas lunch as you take in the impressive views of the local vineyards and sample a selection of wines with a local wine tasting. Mornington Peninsula is best known for its crisp chardonnays and fruity pinot noirs, but you’ll also have a chance to try some of the lesser-known varieties.
In the afternoon it’s time to appreciate some of the Mornington Peninsula’s stunning natural scenery with a sensational ride on the Arthurs Seat Eagle Gondola. Climb aboard to soar over the trees and admire the incredible views of Port Phillip Bay and beyond.
Sweet-tooths will love our afternoon tea stop at the Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie for an exclusive tasting of locally made artisanal chocolate. Observe the talented chocolatiers makers at work crafting delicious European style chocolates and sweets and indulge in some of the tasty creations on offer. Our final stop before the journey back to Melbourne is the Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm, where you can pick your own strawberries to take home (at your own expense, November – March only).
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