Places to visit on Mornington Peninsula
69 Prossors Lane
Red Hill VIC 3937
Get out your diary and mark in a date with your girls, because from mid November to early January, you can pick your own sweet and morello cherries at Victoria’s oldest pick your own cherry farm, Red Hill Cherry Farm.
This Insta-worthy hot spot is a chic-a-cherry cola delight. Their trees are maintained at an optimum height that allows for easily access to the fruit. It’s in Melbourne Girl words… a cherry-bomb fun time!
795 Arthurs Seat Road
Arthurs Seat VIC 3936
Want the best views of the Mornington Peninsula?
Be sure to take a ride inside one of their state of the art gondolas, with incredible scenic views above the Peninsula shires and across Port Phillip Bay, to Melbourne CBD and beyond.
Gliding quietly and peacefully, it’s a great attraction for families and love birds alike, completed with lovely staff and a-class local, friendly service.
675 Point Nepean Rd,
McCrae VIC 3938
Merchant & Maker is one of my favourite spots to grab breakfast on the Peninsula. Tucked away in sleepy McCrae, this award-winning cafe serves up incredible coffee and has a delicious, innovative menu (I can never say no to the bacon and egg roll #fitspo).
And parents, you’ll love the hefty colouring-in books and crayons, and handy high-chairs make it super kid-friendly too!
Trent Jones Drive
Cape Schanck VIC 3939
One Spa is in one word… luxurious. This chic, architectural day spa at the RACV Resort is designed with 100% pure relaxation and indulgence in mind.
My bestie and I booked ourselves in for a Friday afternoon treat, their Melt the Stress Away package. Starting with a hammam bathing session, the package also included a facial and shoulder massage. It was sensational. Up there with one of the best spa sessions I’ve ever had!
If nothing else, take a day trip to Mornington Peninsula for a Spa session here! DO IT!