The Mornington Peninsula may be best known for its wineries but there is something for everyone to taste, see and explore in this region, a little over an hour from Melbourne. On our first visit to this region we couldn’t have picked a better day for the weather. The coastal vistas were at their most vivid blue hues as we stopped to admire the scenery at lookouts on the way up to Arthurs Seat, the highest point of the peninsula.
We are just back from a whirlwind weekend visit to Melbourne, where with each visit, we make it a point to see new places, and dine out at new venues we haven’t been to previously. There is no shortage of places on our list to try, but we managed to cross off a few more on this latest trip, starting with Northside Wines in Northcote.
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