Visitor Information Centre
Accredited - Mornington Peninsula Visitor Information Centre & Booking Service
You've come to the right place for the best advice on where to stay, what to see and what to do on the Mornington Peninsula. Visitor Information Centres across the Mornington Peninsula offer advice that is friendly, expert and absolutely free - and there's no charge for using their booking service for accommodation and tours.
We can find you an elegant country hotel in the European tradition, a vineyard retreat where you'll wake to views of vines and olive groves, or a luxury seaside apartment on our Mediterranean-like coastline.
We can book you on a horseback tour of our wineries, send you off diving with dolphins or swimming with seals or arrange a personalised walking tour of the Mornington Peninsula.
We also can sell you a fishing licence so you can drop in a line off our many piers or from your boat. We also provide FREE WiFi for those who bring their own mobile device.
And when you want the little details (what the weather's likely to be, where you'll find that intimate little restaurant for a special celebration, even the clothing you might need) just ask.
Email, call or drop in, and they will help you create an individual touring itinerary that shows you the best of the Mornington Peninsula and its beautiful coastline.
- Free Regional Booking Service
- Accommodation, Tours, Attractions and Events Information
- Fishing Licences
- Regional brochures, guides and maps
- Event Ticketing
Open: We operate seven days a week, 363 days a year, 9:00am to 5:00pm (closed Christmas Day and Good Friday. Open from 1:00pm to 5:00pm ANZAC Day)
Address: 359B Point Nepean Road, Dromana
Phone: 1800 804 009 (outside local area) or 03 5987 3078
Are you a local and love where you live? Want to assist visitors to explore our wonderful region? Would you like to join an enthusiastic team?
Mornington Peninsula Visitor Information Centre is seeking Peninsula Passionate People to join our volunteer Ambassador Team for a minimum 4 hour shift each week.
Want to know more about great things to do and places to go in the region?
So much to see, so much to do.
Activities and attractions abound across the Mornington Peninsula. And you can discover them all...
Hinterland gardens and outdoor attractions: Come and see a fragrant lavender farm, meandering hedge mazes and gardens with towering trees from the 1860s. How do you like your adventure? Ride, slide, zip or wander through adventure gardens, beautiful landscapes, or stroll along boardwalks through wetlands. Diving, fishing, swimming with dolphins: Try something you’ve never done before, like learning to scuba dive or swimming with dolphins. You can also go surfing, sailing or stand up paddle boarding, or just cast a lazy fishing line from a pier or book a fishing charter. Wonderful food and wine:J ust drive through our region, and the Peninsula's love affair with wine, fresh produce, seafood and bountiful food on the table is quickly revealed. Taste it, sip it, pick it, catch it, take it home with you. But first, find out more about the Wine Food Farmgate Trail.
Art galleries, museums, history and culture: Everything from art galleries and antiques to Victoria's earliest settlement and maritime defence fortifications. Explore historic homesteads, buy works of art in our galleries. Visit galleries set in artful gardens, visit gardens filled with contemporary art.
Golf courses and golf club resorts: The Mornington Peninsula is renowned for some of the word's best natural golfing terrain. Come and experience it on our 20 golf courses with magnificent views of the coast and countryside. Hot springs, day spas and spa retreats: Discover Victoria's only geothermal hot springs with pools cascading down the valley. Indulge yourself in a massage at any number of day spas across the region. You can learn yoga in the fresh air on the beach, or book a personal trainer and get started on a new fitness regime. Markets and shopping: Weekend and mid-week markets are great places to connect with local food producers, artists and crafts people. Farm shops and artisan retailers give you a real taste of the range of food and wine. Shopping centres are small and friendly, antique outlets overflowing with special finds.