Planning a trip to the Mornington peninsula? Whether it’s with your friends, solo or with kids, this city has something for every traveller. The suburb is known for its beaches and "village" atmosphere. If you haven't plan your itinerary, let's help you plan a fun and memorable trip.

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Here are the top four fun places to visit in the Mornington Peninsula:

#1 Peninsula Hot Springs

You can't say that you have been to Mornington if you haven't dipped your feet in the hot spring water. The peninsula hot springs are great for both adults and kids. Yes, you have read right. You can also take your kids to this venue. There are certain restrictions for children. Kids below the age of 16 are not allowed to go to the sections- "bathing gully and hilltop pools" after 10 am.

When you are in the spring, don't forget to visit the newly opened section- "Amphitheatre". It consists of seven amazing new pools tucked along the hillside. There you can take a bath and can enjoy the beauty of nature at the same time. What is the best time to visit this place? Well, it's open 24/7, so you can visit anytime. If you ask us- it's best if you visit at night. Spend your day discovering other places in Mornington and end it with a relaxing bath at this spa.

#2 Moonlit Sanctuary

Your trip to Morninstone is incomplete if you haven't visited Moonlit sanctuary. If you want to get a closer view of nature, visit here. From cute fluffy pandas to the symbol of strength- tiger, it's the best place to experience Australian wildlife. Unlike zoos, all the animals in this sanctuary roam around freely. This venue is perfect for your trip, especially if you are with your kids.

You must have seen your children get excited when you plan to visit your local zoo. Think how happy they will be after hearing your plan about this amazing sanctuary? It's open seven days a week. This wildlife park is located in Pearcedale, VIC. So it's best if you book Blairgowrie accommodation . It is closer from there, saving your money and time.

#3 Dinosaur World

The next amazing destination on our list is the dinosaur world. This is probably the best place for kids and people with a little child inside them. Spot the terrifying Brachiosaurus emerging from the bushes or run when the hungry T-Rex is behind you. With the amazing sound effects and life-like animatronic movements, you can have a fun Jurassic experience in this dinosaur world.

#4 Beaches

You cannot forget to visit beaches during your trip to Mornington. It's like you are in New York and not visiting the Empire State Building. There are so many beaches in Mornington, and it's not possible to visit every single one. So following are a few family-friendly beaches that you can add to your bucket list:

  • Frankston Foreshore & Beach

  • Moondah Beach

  • Mornington Beach

  • Dromana Beach

  • Rye Beach

  • Sorrento Beach

We suggest you rent holiday rentals Mornington peninsula near the above beaches. This is a great way to experience the beauty of the sea closely. Don't worry about your stay. There are so many vacation rentals that are located near beaches. Use vacation rental websites like to discover and book such vacation homes.

Final Words

The next time you plan a trip to Mornington or Australia, don't forget to visit these places. We are sure you'll have fun there. Add a bookmark to this article so that next time when you need it, there's there for you.

Author's Bio: 

I am Eric Desuza a pro-level blogger with 5 years of experience in writing for multiple industries. I have extensive knowledge of Food, Fitness, Healthcare, business, fashion, and many other popular niches. I have post graduated in arts and have a keen interest in traveling.