Save extra and explore more with this combo tour that includes a full-day Mornington Peninsula Food and Wine Tour and Eureka Skydeck & The Edge Experience admission.
MORNINGTON PENINSULA FOOD AND WINE TOUR
Enjoy the company of an experienced guide who takes you on a gourmet journey with exquisite food, yummy chocolates, cheeses and the finest cool climate wines. Prepare to stop at the various famous landmarks that include rustic farmhouses, picture-perfect vineyards and wine cellars.
As you reach the scenic peninsula, with the highest point of 305 meters above sea level, spend a few moments to admire the picturesque region with spectacular ocean views. Enjoy some great photo opportunities at the iconic bayside beach boxes of Brighton Beach, built over a century ago. Enjoy sitting atop the granite hill of Arthur’s Seat from where you can witness Port Phillip to the west, Western Port to the east, and the Bass Strait to the south. Spot the twinkling glass towers of Melbourne and marvel at the pristine beaches and the peninsulas of Mornington and Bellarine separated by the sea.
Indulge in a delectable lunch at a gourmet restaurant in the quaint seaside town of Flinders, sometime during the afternoon hours. Take a relaxed walk through the town’s galleries, shops, and boutiques. Visit the Main Ridge Dairy farmhouse to taste handcrafted goat’s cheese. Then, stop at Sunnyridge Strawberry Farm, known for producing the best berries in town — strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries. Sample their ciders, strawberry liqueurs, and wines and even delicious pieces of strawberry dipped in chocolate sauce. You may also choose to pick fruits from the strawberry field at some extra cost.
Tickle your sweet tooth with a chocolate tasting session at the award-winning Mornington Peninsula Chocolates. One of the best places to experience on this tour is Green Olive at Redhill, where you get to have servings of delicious food and wine. Sample fresh apple ciders at Mock Orchards, popular for producing one of the world’s best sparkling apple juice.
Indulge your taste buds some more with the finest of Pinot Gris and Grigio wines at the T’Gallant Winery’s cellar door. Admire wonderful views of the vineyard while sipping the best wine of the peninsula. You may even look out for their popular wood-fired pizzas.
EUREKA SKYDECK AND THE EDGE EXPERIENCE
Undertake an adventurous ride in the world’s fastest elevator to reach the 88th floor of the Eureka tower in less than 40 seconds! Check out the fascinating panorama of Melbourne and beyond and spot all the iconic city landmarks including many sports stadiums.
Enjoy the thrill of the daring The Edge Experience. The Edge is a glass cube that extends out from the building on a sliding platform, nearly 300 meters over Melbourne, so one can watch breathtaking panoramic sights of the city down below through the glass walls, ceilings and floor.
About the Supplier: Get Lost Travel Group is the umbrella company for some of Australia's leading sightseeing touring brands and has catered to over 1 million travellers.
Thu, Sat and Sun
About 11 hours
Eureka Skydeck: As long as you wish
7am to 8am, depending on your hotel location.
Eureka Skydeck: The Eureka Skydeck is open from 10am to 10pm, last entry at 9:30pm.
Hotel pick-up available. Share the details of your booking with us and we’ll meet you at the lobby.
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Eureka Skydeck: Make your way to Eureka Skydeck 88, 7 Riverside Quay Southbank, Victoria, Australia 3006
Same as the start point
Voucher Type: Mobile (if you'd rather print a copy - that's fine too!)
Group Size: Max. 24
Age Restrictions: Those below the age of 18 have to sit this one out.
Always keep a photo ID handy for security checks.
Eureka Skydeck & The Edge Experience tickets will be provided on the tour and can be used on a separate day at leisure.
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