One place, three offerings, five senses all engaged in a wonderful environment for relaxation, stimulation and renewal is how we best describe the Red Hill Lavender Farm and Distillery. The beautiful farmhouse ...
George Santayana once said that the earth has music for those who listen and to those who listen Villa Floretti is nirvana - a secret find amongst five private acres of heavenly colour in the middle of beautiful and rural Boneo. Owner Richelle Marks is a passionate floral enthusiast who has brought together an experienced team of talented professionals from exceptional backgrounds that include working at the Queens Box in Royal Ascot, Royal weddings in Madrid, event florals and styling for the Australian Grand Prix along with a plethora of stunning weddings and events across Victoria and our Mornington Peninsula.
At just over an hour from Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula has beaten the Sydney Opera House and Great Barrier Reef to make it on to National Geographic magazine’s must-see list for 2015.
Boneo Maze & Mini Golf is an outstanding entertainment and eco-tourism complex situated on the Mornington Peninsula. The hedge maze offers a great challenge and adventure for the whole family.
Do you love to savour the flavour of organically grown vegetables, wild foraged greens, grass fed meats and other flavoursome delectables? Does the thought of a lazy Sunday lunch with a glass or few of wine whi...
The olive trees on Sue and Greg O’Donoghue’s farm take three years to bear fruit, but when they do, one tree can provide up to 35 kilograms of olives. Similarly, patience and passion are key ingredients to bringing a big idea to life.
Nestled into the verdant hills of Main Ridge amid volcanic soil and with perfect climatic conditions, lies 300 acres of strawberry fields – Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm.
Nothing says Christmas time in Australia like a big bowl of summer-scented cherries. There is a unique quality to the soil of the Mornington Peninsula, which, along with the cool climate allows the cherries and berries of this region to flourish.
Tucked away in the Mornington Peninsula hinterland, Jean and David Daddo own a 25-acre parcel of paradise, surrounded by protected bushland and shared with koalas, wallabies, echidnas, magpies, kookaburras; pet kelpie, ducks and geese. Oh, and their ninety-odd alpacas.