Why Book A Go Holiday? - Harvey World Travel


Why Book A Go Holiday? - Harvey World Travel

Welcome to the Mornington Peninsula

On the eastern side of Port Phillip Bay, the Mornington

Peninsula has a vast ocean to the south and bays and

sheltered beaches on either side. Drive along the coastlines

and cruise quiet country roads, and the Peninsula’s love

affair with wine, fresh produce and bountiful food on the

table quickly becomes obvious. With a climate that is very

similar to the Mediterranean, the Peninsula’s landscapes

have become similar too. Silvery olive groves, rolling hills

laced with vineyards, waterfront cafes and restaurants,

roadside signs for local produce and lively local markets.

Must See & Do

Visit Sorrento – with its 19th century buildings and excellent

eateries, boutiques and galleries.

Stop off at Mornington – enjoy cosmopolitan sidewalk cafes and

a picturesque harbour.

Visit Flinders – a charming fishing hamlet! Take a trip to nearby

Cape Schanck where you will enjoy superb views of Bass Strait.

Wineries – head inland and explore the abundance of vineyards

tucked away among the rolling hills of Red Hill and Main Ridge.

Wineries and restaurants overlook the blue waters of Port Phillip

Bay to the west and Western Port Bay to the east.

Welcome to the Mornington Peninsula

Play golf – the Mornington Peninsula is a golfing heaven.

Peninsula Hot Springs

Just over an hours drive South of Melbourne on the beautiful Mornington

Peninsula natural hot mineral waters flow from deep under ground and into the

many pools and private baths at Peninsula Hot Springs. Bathe in the thermal

waters, relax at the Spa Dreaming Centre and dine in the café at this tranquil

costal oasis of health and wellbeing. Entering the bathing area is like stepping

into another world, a sanctuary where the mind and body are calmed by the

steam, soothing aroma and the sound of running water. It’s a place where time is

forgotten and lingering is part of the code of harmony.

Open: 7.30am – 10.00pm 7 days a week

$33 Adult / $17 Child (5-16yrs) / $11 Infant (1 month – 4yrs)

Additional charges apply for Spa Dreaming Centre and Spa Treatments

Peppers Moonah Links Resort


from $ 142

TO $ 163

per person per night

Located on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, Peppers Moonah Links

Resort is one of Australia’s finest golf resorts, home to the 2005 Australian

Open, featuring luxury accommodation, two 18 hole championship golf

courses and an endota spa. Peppers Moonah Links Resort is the ultimate

destination for golf enthusiasts and perfect for visitors looking for stylish

accommodation from which to explore the delights of the Mornington

Peninsula region. The resort offers guests luxury accommodation all with

balconies overlooking the stunning course or putting green.

Property features: Two 18-hole

championship golf courses, practice facilities,

stunning pavilion, pro-shop professional

tuition (group and individual), endota

spa, swimming pool, bike hire, volleyball,

badminton, croquet, tennis, gymnasium.

Room features: Air-conditioning, hairdryer,

internet access, fridge, balcony or patio,

direct dial phone, tea/coffee making facilities,

CD player.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing


Maximum people per room

Open Room: 2

One Bedroom Suite: 3

Moonah Room: 2

Peter Thomson Drive, Fingal, Mornington Peninsula (MQR)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


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