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Mornington Peninsula Wine & Food Lovers Tour $185

Operates: Daily

Departs: 9:00am

Returns: 6:30pm

Adults: $185 (minimum age 18 years)

Children: $159 (0 – 15 years) If you are travelling with a child under 3 years old, please select an infant fare when you book and provide the child age in the notes to request a protective seat.

Please note on certain days, the locations listed may be closed and not available to visit. In this case, we will visit a different location to offer the same experience

  • Wine tastings at three wineries
  • Beer paddle tasting
  • Entry to Point Leo Estate Sculpture Park^
  • Winery lunch*
  • Friendly and informative guide
  • Comfortable transport with selected Melbourne pick up locations

*Please include any dietary requirements when you book

^Point Leo Estate Sculpture Park is currently closed and will be replaced by an alternative winery until further notice.

Location Address Time
Her Majesty’s Theatre 219 Exhibition Street, Melbourne 8:45am
Mail Exchange Hotel 688 Bourke Street, Melbourne 9:00am
Mercure Melbourne Southbank 8 Riverside Quay, Melbourne 8:25am
Regent Theatre 191 Collins Street, Melbourne 8:35am

There are no upgrade options for this tour.

Mornington Peninsula Wine & Food Lovers Tour $185

Mornington Peninsula Wine & Food Lovers Tour Itinerary

While only a short distance from central Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula has a very different vibe. Lapped by sparkling waters on three sides, it provides fantastic panoramic vistas across Port Phillip Bay and French Island.

The home of some of the country’s best food and drink producers, our Mornington Peninsula Food & Wine Tour lets you experience all the region has to offer from the latest pinot noir vintages to artisan chocolates.

With around 60 different wineries to choose from, the tour begins at the celebrated Pt. Leo Estate, whose 330 acres of vines are only bettered by the extraordinary artworks of its clifftop sculpture park. This enhances the area’s natural beauty with monumental works by artists including Deborah Halpern and Tony Cragg.

You get to sample some of the Peninsula’s flavourful wines at your next two stops: Rare Hare at Jackalope and Montalto, where you’ll also enjoy a sumptuous lunch overlooking the ripening grapes.

For the afternoon, the tour switches from expertly-made award-winning wines to craft beers with a visit to St Andrews Beach Brewery. Typifying the laid-back Aussie way of life, you have the chance to enjoy a laugh with locals as you sample a tasting paddle of the latest brews beneath the warmth of the outdoor beer garden.

When it comes to the Peninsula’s expansive views, few can beat those from Murray’s Lookout within Arthur’s Seat State Park. The highest point within Mornington Peninsula, you’ll be amazed by the incredible views out over Port Phillip Bay and beyond.

On your way back to Melbourne, this Mornington Peninsula Food & Wine Tour ends on the sands of Edithvale Beach, a popular spot because of the colourfully-painted bathing boxes which line this area of coast.

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