Things to do

Have a long lunch  Max’s at Red Hill Estate offers diners an experience to remember. A seasonally changing menu focuses on local sustainable produce including mussels from Flinders, cheese from Red Hill, berries from Main Ridge, organic vegetables from Baxter, honey from Moorooduc and Red Hill Estate wines.

Swing a golf club:  Amidst the rolling coastal sand hills of the renowned ‘Cups’ region of the Mornington Peninsula, choose from 18 hole championship courses to a laid back 9 hole wander.  With 18 courses to choose from – both public and private – golfers of all abilities can test their skills and judgment.

Eat something delicious:  From exquisite handmade chocolates and fresh grown strawberries, to olives and olive oil, cheeses, cherries, fudge and honey – you’ll find something to delight your taste buds.  Fresh, seasonal produce is available at many of the Peninsula’s weekly markets or direct from the producers.

Bathe at Peninsula Hot Springs:     Natural thermal mineral waters flow into the pools and private baths providing the idyllic setting for relaxation and rejuvenation.  Choose to bath in a variety of open air public pools, or the secluded adults only area.

J ump in the saddle – Ride through the beautiful vineyard regions of Red Hill and Shoreham, through the magnificent coastal bush of the Mornington Peninsula National Park or along the windswept St Andrews Beach.

Take a walk:   The historic Point Nepean National Park offers a rich history having played an important role in shaping the early settlement, quarantine and defence of the emerging state of Victoria.  Walk or cycle to the tip of the Mornington Peninsula, overlooking the notorious “Rip” at the entrance to Port Phillip.


  • Surfing
  • Tree Surfing
  • Cape Schank Lighthouse

Family friendly

  • The Enchanted Maze Garden
  • Ashcombe Maze and Lavender Gardens