Winery Tours Mornington

The Mornington Peninsula offers a variety of attractions, including rustic farmhouses, delicious goat cheese, chocolate creations, and excellent Pinot Noir. The peninsula is known for its stunning scenery, from the peaceful bayside beach boxes to the mighty southern ocean. Additionally, the region is home to a range of hidden gourmet delights.
Price $ 175 AUD


  • Take a leisurely walk next to the well-known Beachside Bathing Boxes.
  • Enjoy the stunning views from Arthur Seat.
  • Enjoy a morning cheese platter at Main Ridge Dairy.
  • Experience the exquisite taste of multi-award-winning wines from
  • Red Hill Estate.
  • Experience the refreshing cider at Hart’s Farm.
  • Experience the delicious offerings of Mornington Peninsula Chocolates.
  • You may consider stopping by Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm for liqueurs and fruit.
  • Conclude the day with a final tasting at T’Gallant Winery, another boutique cellar door. 


Explore a hidden gem cherished by Victorian locals.

The Mornington Peninsula is a popular destination for escaping the city, relaxing, and enjoying its abundant produce, wines, stunning beaches, and rolling farmland.

As pioneers in tourism to the Mornington Peninsula and one of the longest-running operators of wine and produce tours from Melbourne to this region, we offer a variety of exceptional attractions to explore on this indulgent and memorable tour.

We begin by going to Main Ridge and enjoying the views from ‘Arthurs Seat Lookout’, appreciating the panoramas across the bay.
This goat dairy farm in the countryside offers a delightful experience for tastebuds. They serve a variety of cheese platters, ranging from soft to complex, allowing visitors to try different flavours. Guests can also interact with the goats on-site, who are pretty endearing with floppy ears.

Two wineries are visited during the day. The first wine-tasting stop is at Red Hill Estate, where you can enjoy expansive views. The tour ends at T’Gallant Vineyard, where you can taste their award-winning excellent climate wines.

The farm orchard produces traditional apple ciders, high-quality olive oils, and vinegar. The taste of their ciders reflects the attention to detail put into each bottle.
The town of Flinders offers a variety of attractions, such as galleries, shops, and dining options. During the visit, there is an opportunity to relax and explore the township before trying the gourmet creations at Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery.
A visit to the brightly coloured beach boxes is a must. The morning’s first stop is a walk along the beach, allowing you to capture some great photos of these unique and charming Melbourne landmarks.


Mornington Peninsula wine tour $175 18yo+
**Not suitable for those under 18; a photo ID is required.

  • All wine/cider tastings
  • Gourmet goat cheese tasting
  • Chocolate samples
  • Professional driver/guide
  • Entertaining tour commentary
  • Water bottle
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Warm and cool clothing
  • Rain jacket
  • Camera
  • A sense of adventure 
  • 7:10 am – Base Backpackers (City Return)* 17 CARLISLE ST ST KILDA
  • 7:15 am – Habitat HQ (City Return)* 333 ST KILDA RD ST KILDA
  • 7:25 am – Urban Central 334 CITY RD SOUTHBANK (City Return)*
  • 7:20 am – Pegasus Apart Hotel 206 A’BECKETT ST MELBOURNE MELBOURNE
  • 7:25 am – Ibis Hotel on Theory 15 CHERRY ST MELBOURNE
  • 7:30 am – Rydges Melbourne 186 EXHIBITION ST MELBOURNE
    7:40 am – Main Meeting Point: Immigration Museum (East-Side) 400 FLINDERS ST (MARKET ST ENTRANCE) MELBOURNE
  • 7:45 am – The Savoy Hotel 630 Little Collins MELBOURNE
  • 7:50 am – Holiday Inn 575 FLINDERS LANE NEAR SPENCER ST
  • 8:40 am – Bunnings Frankston MCMAHONS ROAD (outside the front doors) FRANKSTON
  • 9:15 am – Arthurs Seat 790 ARTHURS SEAT ROAD (Lookout Carpark) MORNINGTON PENINSULA

* If you cannot find your desired pickup location, please get in touch with our office for a more exhaustive list of locations. It is strongly recommended that you arrive at your pickup location at least 10 minutes before departure time. Please be patient and do not panic if your bus is running a few minutes late. If your bus has not picked you up within 10 minutes of your departure time, then contact our office on 03 9393 1300 


A breezy drive of approximately an hour from Melbourne will lead you to the Mornington Peninsula. Public transportation options are also at your service.

Indeed, a range of accommodations from plush resorts to charming bed and breakfasts are available. Some vineyards even extend stay experiences for an immersive journey.
While some wineries permit children, checking with individual establishments is best. Specific venues might also offer child-friendly activities.
Though famed for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the region also offers superb Shiraz and Pinot Gris. Some vineyards are even experimenting with lesser-known varieties.
Yes, but remember that the scenery and experience may change with the seasons. Check the opening hours, as some wineries may have seasonal timings.

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