The Mornington Peninsula, well-known as Melbourne's "playground", offers a feast of natural and arts attractions on the doorstep of the city. Chief amongst these are the parks and beaches, the latter of which come in two distinct flavours: the calmer bay beaches and the wilder, more rugged, ocean beaches. Add in a renowned wine region, some beautiful walks and some fascinating historical attractions, and it's easy to see why the peninsula attracts millions of visitors every year. This new guide is illustrated throughout with superb full-colour photography, and has detailed accompanying maps. Every destination is described and detailed to ensure minimum time is wasted and maximum time spent enjoying the sights and activities. Best of the Mornington Peninsula
Best of the Mornington Peninsula
- Detailed destination information, including opening times, address, contact details, UBD map reference, entry fees, parking availability, public transport links, information on cafes, shops and accessibility for wheelchairs;
- Chapters on walks, parks and picnic spots, beaches, wineries, art galleries and other attractions and activities;
- A summary "at a glance" table to help you quickly find the attractions and activities that best suit your party;
- Comprehensive maps.
, by local writers Rebecca Robinson and Darroch Donald, will help both visitors and residents alike discover the pleasures of this wonderful region.