Summer is for everyone, check out our essential guide to summer on the Mornington Peninsula.
Download the Guide: Summer Guide 2021/22(PDF, 5MB)
Bushland reserves, libraries, the Briars historic property and wildlife sanctuary, Mount Martha Public Golf Course, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, playgrounds, recreation centres and sporting facilities! Check out the great range of places to go and things to do offered by our facilities across the Peninsula.
With 192km of coastline, two bays plus ocean beaches there are plenty of options to enjoy the beach on the Peninsula. Learn more about our beaches.
Markets on the Peninsula offer customers access to quality, freshly harvested produce whilst supporting local farmers and directly putting money back into our communities.
Back by popular demand – footpath dining and parklets are returning this summer across the Peninsula.
The Mornington Peninsula is home to various community and Shire events, markets plus our annual Australia Day celebrations and Anzac Day commemorations.
At Farmers' Markets and Farm Gates, customers are guaranteed access to quality, freshly harvested produce whilst supporting local farmers and directly putting money back into our communities.
Our businesses are working hard to prepare and open with the new COVID safe rules fully implemented. With our beautiful open spaces, the Mornington Peninsula is ready, knowing we will be able to accommodate the much-needed social distancing requirements.
Christmas is a time for family and friends, summer holidays and community events on the Peninsula.