Peninsula Hot Springs is an award-winning geothermal hot springs and day spa based on the Mornington Peninsula.
Our award-wining thermal mineral waters are natural places of connection for family and friends, or retreat to our spa to nourish your mind, body and soul in nature.
Unwind and connect in our calming waters and under our caring hands at Peninsula Hot Springs.
Board a state-of-the-art gondola at the Arthurs Seat Eagle and fly over the state forest to the highest point of the beautiful Mornington Peninsula. You will be torn between looking at the breathtaking view across the bay to the city and spotting wildlife as you soar high above the trees. Either way you have a bird’s eye view!
The Arthurs Seat Eagle is Mornington Peninsula’s newest attraction.The ride lets you enjoy an Eagle’s view in the safety and
comfort of a gondola cabin. Each journey takes approximately 14 minutes one way.
While you are visiting us, make sure you leave time to grab a snack or enjoy a meal in the Eagle Café, or stretch your legs on one of the many walking tracks through the Arthurs Seat State Park.
We do not accept timed bookings – just turn up and jump aboard!
The Big Goose is a new, exciting and unique innovation to Mornington Peninsula, combining farm animals with Adventure Park.
The Big Goose has many attractions to keep children happy for hours, including tractor and pony rides, meet andgreet over 25 different animals, explore the petting barn, play mini golf , climb around the adventure playground, get muddled in the tyre maze or bounce on a giant jumping pillow. Pack a picnic and enjoy the day!
Victoria’s oldest, original existing house, built on one of the largest leases in Port Phillip colony.
McCrae Homestead is one of Victoria’s oldest homesteads and is a physical reminder of the early pioneering life.
Built in 1844 by lawyer Andrew McCrae and his artist wife Georgiana, the Homestead is a rare example of drop slab construction. Made using local materials such as messmate, stringybark and wattle it was sold the homestead to the National Trust in 1970 by Georgiana’s great-great-great grandson.