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Living on the Mornington Peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula is one of the most popular destinations in Victoria and one of the best places to live in Australia.

The Mornington Peninsula is known for its stunning coastline, beautiful beaches, fertile farmlands and vineyards and lush green bushland. The eastern coast of the Peninsula fronts Port Phillip Bay, the southern coast faces the Bass Strait while the west coast is sheltered by Western Port. A hilly ridge runs down the spine of the Peninsula with rolling hills dotted with orchards and vineyards.

Mornington is the largest town with other major centres being Mount Martha, Hastings, Flinders, Balnarring, Dromana, Rye, Sorrento and Portsea. The Shire of Mornington Peninsula is the local government body that covers the whole area.

The Peninsula is an idyllic place to raise a family. There is a wide choice of schools, sporting facilities and public amenities. People who live on the Peninsula are very community-minded. It is popular with surfers, bushwalkers, nature lovers and gardeners. With several golf courses, it is a popular golfing destination. 

The Mornington Peninsula has a vibrant food and wine scene with over 200 vineyards, dozens of cellar doors open to the public, small artisan food producers and growers and scores of restaurants and cafes to cater for every taste.

For people looking to build a home on the Mornington Peninsula, there is a wide variety of housing options. Large new land releases are available mostly on the western side of the Peninsula near the towns of Hastings, Sommers, Tyabb and Somerville, however, smaller releases occur throughout the Peninsula. The established beach-side suburbs along the bay offer a lot of opportunity for knockdown and rebuilding of older holiday homes on large blocks of land.

The most northern part of the Mornington Peninsula is within an hours’ drive of Melbourne CBD. This makes it suitable for people who need to commute to Melbourne for work a few days a week. There is also a train station at Frankston with city services.

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