Point Nepean Portsea Market is coastal chic at it's best. This market under the tea trees meanders through the National Park near the Quarantine Station.
Landmarks are easily recognised from distance or word and Tully’s Corner Produce Store is no exception as an iconic gastronomic destination located at the famous Tully’s Corner on the Moorooduc Hwy. The store is set on many acres, offering a relaxed shopping experience with farm like charm and there’s also Apple Espresso, a rustic, bustling Italian inspired café.
Come visit our drive-thru market onsite in our car park; open daily 11am - 4pm! We have fresh berries, takeaway ice cream and delicious treats available from our drive-thru retail store.
There’s nothing we love more than getting off the beaten track. Yabby Lake, is one of these destinations - frequented by many, yet passed by even more as they approach the Balnarring exit (off the Peninsula Link).
A significant amount of foodie lust is generated when the words Pier Street Kitchen are mentioned - a perfect neighbourhood establishment, full of friendly people and good vibes.
Back in the days before impersonal supermarkets and oversized shopping centres, the humble general store was a community hub, a place that served an important social, as well as supply, service. General stores were once prolific in towns across the Peninsula region, stocking everything from kerosene and toothpaste to fresh bread and milk, run by owners who knew many of the customers by name. In 1924, Merricks General Wine Store opened to serve a variety of needs of the local community.
Come here and you’ll feel like you’ve won the trifecta every time as the vision of St Andrews Beach Brewery is simple - focus on making great beer, serve delicious food & provide visitors to the Pen with an experience to remember.
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 ...
Heaven for me is a market – from Salamanca in the middle of a chilly Hobart winter, to a steamy day at Eumundi Market on the Sunshine Coast, nothing beats trawling around, sampling the food, digging through stalls to find something unique and brilliant and simply breathing in the atmosphere.
Planted in 1999, The Cups which takes its name from the early settler’s description of the natural ‘cups and saucers’ topography – the unique and undulating dunes that lend themselves to perfect winegrowing conditions and perfect golfing.
At Tucks you’re offered a diverse range of experiences beyond the cellar door that match the fabulous food, spectacular terrace views, a tempting menu and just enough quirk to remind you of your unique surroundings – for example, Tucks blind wine tastings encourage you to write your opinions on the tasting bench.