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Price and Availability Index in Mornington Peninsula Shire
Holiday Letting Price Information on the Mornington Peninsula
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months on the Mornington Peninsula. on the Mornington Peninsula, prices rise to around £111 (13/04 - 20/04). The cheapest week to book a holiday rental is in January (18/01 - 25/01).
Holiday Home Availability Information on the Mornington Peninsula
Have a look at the above graph to see the availability of holiday rentals on the Mornington Peninsula. Be careful if you plan to go to Mornington Peninsula Shire in November, as it is the busiest week of the next 6 months (23/11 - 30/11). March (30/03 - 06/04) has got the highest percentage of available rentals.
The Weather on the Mornington Peninsula
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is January. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 7° in June. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is January.
Experience the variety of Mornington Peninsula with a holiday home
Dolphins and wild strawberries, wineries and glass blowing, marine and military monuments, fresh fish and sand sculptures. Your holiday letting in Australia's Mornington Peninsula is awash with possibilities.
Follow the food trail
Follow the Wine Food Farmgate Trail and discover the produce for which the Mornington Peninsula region is famed. Your guide reveals Mornington Peninsula's culinary secrets, from meals beside a roaring fire to wine in fishing villages and berry foraging.
Visit Merricks House Art Gallery and Wine Store, a lovingly restored 1920s building showcasing both artistic talent and the vintages produced in the Mornington Peninsula region. Master the art of sausage making, or flavour your own gin at one of Mornington's distilleries.
History and crafts
Mornington Peninsula's art scene combines heritage with contemporary crafts. Visit the tiny museum at Cape Schanck's 1850's lighthouse and the military installations at Point Nepean. Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery presents artworks by local artisans and you can drop in on glass blowing demonstrations at Cook Street Collective.
Sorrento was an early settlement and you can still visit the Quarantine Station in Point Nepean which played a part in both World Wars. Visit the McCrae Homestead, the oldest existing house in Port Philp, and learn what life was like for pioneer families.
Stroll along the boardwalk, go diving or swim with dolphins. There is so much to discover in Mornington Peninsula. Handfeed the wallabies , horseback ride along the beach or visit Hinterland Gardens, where thousands of rose bushes perfume the air.
Summertime sees Franston foreshore transformed during the Sandsculpting Australia fair. Year round, Point Nepean National Park is a verdant paradise for cyclists and hikers.
Port Philip and Western Port vye with eachother for most attractive Victorian port town. With a UNESCO protected biosphere and marine national parks, the biodiversity is spectacular. See fur seals and wild dolphins at play in the ports, or snorkel with the sea dragons.
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