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Countless Victorians spent childhood summers covered in sunscreen, sand and melting ice-cream on the Mornington Peninsula. Families still flock to its calm bay beaches but Melbournes premier coastal playground has changed considerably in recent decades. The Port Phillip side of the Peninsula has always had glam hamlets like Portsea and Sorrento but boutique attractions and gourmet temptations can now be found all the way from Mornington to Cape Schanck. The sleepy Westernport side is less concerned with obvious glitz but exudes quiet charm. Meanwhile, Red Hill and Main Ridge along the Peninsulas hilly spine are known to wine lovers across the country.This guide features over 50 of the best places to pick up a fork, raise a glass or rest your head. Produce is a special focus, so leave space in the picnic hamper for everything from artisan chocolates and cheeses to hand-picked fruit. Activities are another popular way to experience the region and undo some of that inevitable indulgence."We hope youll enjoy discovering our cultured seaside escape. The Mornington Peninsula offers something for everyone whether its dining on sumptuous cuisine overlooking the vines, tasting world class wines, relaxing on the beach, playing a round of golf or unwinding in hot springs. Spend a night or two to really unwind and explore the delights of our region. Go to www.visitmorningtonpeninsula.org to book accommodation, tours and activities." Mornington Peninsula Tourism