Mornington is the jewel of the Peninsula; a culturally rich township set atop dramatic cliff faces and harbourside beaches. The Mornington Motel is the only motel on Main Street, enabling you to experience a thriving hub of unique shopping, stylish bars, cafes and restaurants on your doorstep. Amble through town and down to the beach for a dip and long walks amongst the picture-perfect coastline and pretty painted boatsheds and bathing boxes that adorn the sandy shores.
This budget motel in Mornington’s interior and exterior has a pleasant aesthetic, with a range of accommodation options to choose from. The Queen Suite has one queen bed (sleeping up to 2 guests), the Pool Deluxe Suite offers one queen bed (sleeping 2 guests), the larger King Deluxe Suite has one king bed and one sofa bed (sleeping up to 3 guests) or a private apartment can be sought for a larger group, with the King Apartment offering 3 bedrooms, one king bed and one sofa bed (sleeping 3 guests).
Our accommodation in Mornington ofers secure off street parking, family friendly facilities such as outdoor BBQ and immaculate swimming pool for guests. Attractive rates for seniors are also available during your stay.
The Mornington Motel is a complex of comfortable and well-appointed suites in the heart of Mornington’s main street. Step outside and enjoy the best of town at your fingertips and an effortless walk to safe swimming beaches.
The Mornington Peninsula exudes natural beauty, so be sure to enjoy the surrounding townships of Dromana, Rosebud and the iconic landmark towns of Portsea and Sorrento. Discover rolling landscapes of vineyards and farmland, heritage buildings and waterfront areas with a variety of activities and attractions.
Mornington and the outlying townships of the Peninsula offer many excellent points of interest to explore during your stay.
Amongst the picturesque gardens of Mornington’s coast, the Peninsula Hot Springs is Australia’s only natural thermal mineral springs facility and one of the state’s most prominent attractions. A variety of bathing options, day spa treatments, in-house dining experiences and gift packages exist to spoil yourself or those you love.
Visit the stunning Bath House during your stay and experience over 20 different bathing cultures from around the world with uninterrupted panoramic views, or choose from the Spa Dreaming Centre’s many pampering and rejuvenating treatments.
Those interested in a round of golf will love the Mornington Country Golf Club, a premier club with sensational views of Port Phillip Bay. The club offers lessons, junior golf sessions, membership and public access with Pro shop on site, and the Caddyshack Bistro comes highly recommended.
Mornington’s surrounding region has more than fifteen quality clubs and seven of Australia’s top fifty courses. Flinders Golf Club has impressive coastal views, and a course for all handicaps, The National Golf Course in Cape Shank has a staggering 54 holes of golf to test your skills amongst scenic terrain.
Mornington Peninsula’s boundless coastline presents its visitors with many unique water attractions and adventures. The Moonraker Charters Seal & Dophin Swims in Sorrento is a most memorable experience with a number of swim tours and sightseeing packages.
Other fun activities for you and friends can be sought from Mornington Boat Hire, with stand up paddle boards, fishing boats, kayaks, pedal boats and fishing equipment all read for you to hire at reasonable prices.
Visitors to the Mornington Peninsula will be spoilt for choice when seeking wine and dining experiences locally. Monalto Vineyard produces wines of great distinction from 6 vineyards across the Peninsula, and chef’s hat restaurant.
Crittenden Restaurant is a wonderful way to enjoy a scrumptious meal in beautiful surrounds complimented by wines produced on the Crittenden Estate. Or consider a drive to Dromana’s rolling countryside to acquaint yourself with Trofeo Estate’s Cellar Door and incredible signature wine matured in Terracotta Amphorae.
The sleek and modern Port Phillip Estate is all about its tasty Kooyong and Port Phillip wines and sweeping views of the vineyard’s magnificent landscapes. And last but not least, T’Gallant is another great example of locally produced wines with delicious Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio varieties inspired by winemaking experiences in Alsace, France and Friuli, Italy.
Discover Mornington Peninsula’s exuberant arts scene with a many galleries and studios of prominent artists, painters and sculptors to visit.
Exhibitions and programs of renowned Australian and International artworks can be viewed at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery. The gallery offers a well-rounded experience with lectures, excursions, workshops and talks held with artists.
The McClelland Sculpture Park & Gallery is uniquely set on 16 hectares of bush and manicured landscapes and as the name denotes, has a variety of awe-inspiring sculptures throughout the park, gallery exhibitions and quality café overlooking the park’s lake and surrounds.
Mornington Peninsula has a rich farming history, and today upholds its traditional heritage offering visitors the chance to experience fresh delicious local produce at restaurants, roadside stalls, markets and other award winning businesses.
Those craving a fruit fix will love the Red Hill Cherry Farm or Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm with seasonal fruit picking, tastings and a range of gourmet products, sauces, ciders and wines to purchase during your visit. Indulge in some the regions finest cheeses from artisan producers Red Hill Cheese and learn about the process that makes their range so delicious.
For something sweet, Pure Peninsula Honey is a popular place to sample honey and ice cream made direct from the beehives of the Pure Peninsula Honey bees and handmade sweets at Mornington Peninsula Chocolates is highly regarded with numerous awards to their name.