Max's May Mushroom Meander Join MP Experience and chef Max Paganoni, of award-winning restaurant Max's at Red Hill Estate, as we celebrate the mysterious mushroom. Includes mushroom meander, 2 course a la carte lunch and glass of estate wine. $100 | Duration: 4 Hours (approx.)
Unique presentation of 60+ works of Aboriginal art with informative commentary on the art, artists and regions by Whistlewood co-curator Susan McCulloch OAM Free event but bookings essential: mccullochart.eventbrite.com.au
Over the past 6 decades, regular visitors to the McCulloch family’s atmospheric home gallery Whistlewood at Shoreham have included many of Australia’s most well known landscape artists such as Arthur Boyd, Albert Tucker, Fred Williams and Russell Drysdale.
When we tell you that Blane Paton from Paton Estate Agents in Balnarring is the epitome of your Peninsula farmer, it’s the truth. If seeking advice on what to look out for in this neck of the woods we value his opinion and experience greatly. If your thoughts move you to covet a beautiful rural property or beach house on the Peninsula, then speaking to Paton Estate Agents first could be your best move. After 50 summers, Paton Estate Agents have seen many changes from the time when orchards, dairy & sheep farms were numerous.
Claiming a front-row seat to Western Port all the way to the golden shoreline of Phillip Island, this luxurious four-bedroom limestone homestead on 55 acres showcases the ultimate country-meets-coast lifestyle opportunity.
Artists include Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, Shorty Jangala Robertson, Nora Wompi, Eubena Nampitjin, Freddie Timms, Minnie Pwerle, Barbara Weir, Charmaine Pwerle, Betty Pumani, Barbara Mbitjana Moore, Willy Martin, Teresa Baker, Freda Brady, Brenton Ken, Djirrirra Wunungmurra, Yalmakany Marawili & many more...
Tim Jupp is full of surprises, experienced and focused beyond his years. Young and talented, this fine dining chef has moved away from the 80 hour working weeks his chosen profession demands to chef at Commonfolk in Mornington, where the hours are much more conducive to family life. Given that he and his wife Michelle have four children under the age of 11, you can understand his life choices.
An exhibition of vibrant new Aboriginal art from the Central, Western and Eastern Deserts, Utopia the Pilbara, the APY Lands, the Kimberley and Arnhem Land and featuring new works by Far North Queensland abstra...
Did you know that our dolphins share their precious home with over 4 million people who live around Port Phillip and Western Port? Did you know that there is a Mornington Peninsula based organisation that is a leading provider of research (major health studies of our bays’ dolphins), champions education (to value dolphins and reduce pollution flowing into our bays), and provides much needed leadership (working with governments for constructive and sustainable actions)?
The atmospheric 1870s cottage Whistlewood at Shoreham has been host to many well known artists including Arthur Boyd, John Perceval and many others since 1951 when art critic Alan McCulloch AO and actress Ellen McCulloch bought the small cottage in the Peninsula hinterland as their family home.
From the tropical forests of Far North Queensland, to Aboriginal in-depth representations of Country, the lands of the Centre to the green hues and coastal views of the Mornington Peninsula, this year's summer exhibition at Whistlewood comprises the work of more than 40 leading landscape artists whose work explores a distinctive connection to place.
The Dolphin Research Institute is based at Hastings, on the shores of Western Port. DRI’s efforts are focused in the south-eastern region of Australia, especially Port Phillip, Western Port and the Gippsland Lakes.