Retreat

Technically speaking when one retreats it means they want to move back or withdraw – it’s safe to say many of us today; yearn for a quick break from the hub-bub of busy routines and lifestyles. This section highlights some of the very best retreats on the Mornington Peninsula where you can visit for a few hours or a few days to recharge the body and soul.

Peppers Moonah Links

Peppers Moonah Links Resort is a stylish contemporary holiday base located in the heart of the southern Peninsula. From here you can enjoy some of the best experiences the region offers including Peninsula Hot Springs, wineries, miles of coastal escapades, quaint townships or if you’re more inclined to ‘bunk in’ beautifully appointed rooms, two outstanding golf courses, landscaped gardens, an in-house spa, gymnasium and outdoor pool.

Blue Range Estate Wines

“Wow!” The three letter word that Jo and Cosi Melone hear every time a guest steps out of their car and breathes in the view. It is indeed unexpected, a delightful surprise, and breathtaking. Set on a hidden hill that rises over the back of Rosebud and is sheltered by Waterfall Gully, the Blue Range Estate’s view is expansive. Stretching from Western Port Bay and Bass Strait across the Portsea Peninsula and into Port Phillip Bay, the view is unique, and extraordinary.

Butterfly Retreats

Butterfly Retreats in Red Hill is an experience for the whole family. Set on four acres of cleared grassland with mature European trees, fruit trees and an olive grove, there is something special to experience everywhere you wander throughout this picturesque property. Nestled between Lindenderry at Red Hill and Eldridge Estate, the property is flanked by vineyards providing a colourful vista ever changing with the seasons.

Hothut Yoga

Creative thinking inspires ideas, ideas inspire change and innovation comes from creating environments where ideas and people connect. What we enjoy most is meeting people who have a real interest in life-work balance, sharing ideas and implementing those ideas.

The Little Red Hen

Four years ago, Rebecca and Jason Ettridge decided to purchase the rundown cottage that adjoined their property. At the time there were no plans to tu...