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The Mornington Peninsula Luxury Taster Walk 4D3N

The Mornington Peninsula Luxury Taster Walk 4D3N

The Mornington Peninsula Luxury Taster Walk 4D3N


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Discover spectacular Mornington Peninsula in style! This walking tour incorporates the best gastronomic experiences and coastal walks. Visit the beautiful Allies vineyard featuring the Bass Strait as a backdrop, set off on the Millionaire's Walk, walk Wilson's Folly Track into Point Nepean National Park, hike the Lifesaving Track reaching picturesque beaches, and climb up to Arthurs Seat to reward yourself with spectacular views of the Port Phillip bay and Heads. After walking adventures by day, relax and unwind at the famous Peninsula Hot Springs, and return to your luxury accommodation on acreage private land.

Just an hour from Melbourne, Mornington Peninsula combines the best of Europe's coastal living with traditional Aussie laid-backcharm. The region has wall-to-wall boutique wineries, vibrant bayside villages, acclaimed restaurants, famous art galleries, manicured gardens, geothermal springs, world-famous golf coursesand amazing walking tracks along the coastline.

Your tour begins with a bowl of fresh strawberries to calibrate the palate for the region's best Pinot Noir. Then set off on the Millionaire's Walk, a small part of the Sorrento Portsea Artists’ Trail, atop the cliffs between Portsea and Sorrento for a bird's eye views of the multi-million dollar properties.Wind around Wilson's Folly Track at London Bridge to the tip of famous Point Nepeantaking in vast ocean views, rugged coastal scenery and sheltered beaches.

Your Day 3 is packed with challenges and relaxation. After a 11km Lifesaving Track walk, you relax and unwind at the famous Peninsula Hot Springs for a 'Bath House and Clay Ridge Indulgent Experience'!

Climb up to Arthurs Seat and board a state-of-the-art gondola at the Arthurs Seat Eagle. 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!

This is a private guided luxury walking experience in Mornington Peninsula. You will stay at a luxury property situated on approximately 2.5 acres with stunning, secluded and sensational panoramic views of the bay and city.

Slow down, unwind and be rewarded.

Departure Dates:
Departure every Friday on request.

Please contact us for departure dates and availability. E: travel@onlyluxe.com.au 


    Mornington Peninsula: The Mornington Peninsula renowned for its spectacular scenery, beaches and fabulous wines, but the state and national parks really are the region’s best kept secrets. The best thing is, they’re easily accessible and simply beautiful. Walk right to the end of the Mornington Peninsula at Point Nepean National Park, which is rich in military history. Or explore some of the spectacular coastline of the Mornington Peninsula National Park along Bass Strait. For the more adventurous why not try swimming with the dolphins, horseback winery tours or deep sea diving!

    Mornington Peninsula Wineries: With more than 50 boutique wineries, this is one of the hottest wine region in Australia. Surrounded by water on three sides and with a maritime cool climate, Mornington Peninsula creates elegant, personality-packed award-winning wines - predominantly Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Mornington Peninsular Winery Experiences.

    Peninsula Hot Springs: As Victoria's first natural hot springs and day spa centre, your journey to relaxation starts here.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.

    The Peninsula Hot Springs natural hot mineral waters are flowing from deep under-ground and into the pools and private baths at Peninsula Hot Springs.

    The Bath House has over 20 bathing experiences on offer with areas suitable for visitors of all ages including a Hill Top pool with 360 degrees views, reflexology walk, Turkish steam room, sauna, cave pool, family bathing area and many more. Plus enjoy the latest Clay Ridge Experience. Inspired by nature and global cultural traditions, these detoxifying clays provide a fun and restorative experience.

    Millionaire's Walk: Asa small part of the Sorrento Portsea Artists' Trail, Millionaire's Walk along the cliff tops between Sorrento and Portsea offers stunning clifftop ocean views. Stepping through the backyards of the Melbourne's rich and famous identities, admire some architecture and ideal landscaped gardens of their multi-million dollar properties.
  • Accommodation

    By day, the walk immerses you in the stunning coastline and delight your taste buds with some wonderful food and wine from Mornington Peninsula; By night, you enjoy the comforts of a stunning luxury property positioned for ultimate privacy and seclusion and boasting one of the best views you will see. Situated on approximately 2.5 acres and making the most of its prestigious elevated location, this split level home offers the ultimate in luxury and resort style living.

    At the luxury property, you can expect to move in and find everything you need ready and waiting, including linen and bed making, luxury toiletries and a breakfast hamper.

  • Food & Wine

    The walking tour offers opportunities of taste some of the best restaurants and vineyard in the Mornington Peninsula, including:

    - French-inspired lunch at Merricks General Wine Store, transformed from the traditional concept of a 'general store' to a culinary must for discerning travellers
    - A picnic in Endeavour Fern Gully, one of the last remaining tracts of rain forest on the Mornington Peninsula
    - Lunch at iconic Portsea Hotel offering spectacular views across Port Phillip Bay
    - Lunch at Peninsula Hot Springs
    - Lunch at Arthurs Hotel, an icon on the Mornington Peninsula with stunning views that overlooks Port Phillip Bay and offers an innovative menu and wine list, which supports many of the local producers.
  • Experiences

    - Guided four-day-three-night walking in the Mornington Peninsula
    - Red Hill wine trail and wine tour
    - Millionaire's Walk
    - Lots of sightseeings including visiting historic Quarantine Station, picturesque Dimmicks Beach, Kings Falls, Seawinds Garden, Arthurs Seat and more
    - Peninsula Hot Springs - Bath House and Clay Ridge Indulgent Experience
    - 3 nights luxury accommodation on approximately 2.5 acres with stunning, secluded and sensational panoramic views of the bay and city
    - The Eagle Gondola - Arthur's Seat
    - 3 breakfasts and 4 lunches (breakfast hamper& two course gourmet lunch daily)
  • DAY 1

  • DAY 2

  • DAY 3

  • DAY 4

  • What's included

    - Transfers from/to Melbourne CBD
    - 3 nights luxury accommodation on approximately 2.5 acres with stunning, secluded and sensational panoramic views of the bay and city
    - Peninsula Hot Springs Bath House and Clay Experience
    - The Eagle Gondola - Arthur's Seat
    - Wine Tour
    - 3 breakfasts and 4 lunches (breakfast hamper& two course gourmet lunch daily)
    - Daily walk transfers to/from your accommodation
    - Expert private guide
    - 24/7 accommodation concierge service
    - All entrance fees
  • walk distance

    Day1: Walking in vineyard
    Day 2: Approximately 3 km, 1 hour
    Day 3: Approximately 11 km, 4 hours
    Day 4: Approximately 3 km, 1 hour

    Total: Approximately 17 km

    Murray River Walking Grading
  • Getting There

    - The departure point is Melbourne
    - Major commercial flights provide convenient access to Melbourne
  • Weather and Climate

    The Mornington Peninsula enjoys a cool and maritime climate. The best time to visit Mornington Peninsula is during months January, February, March, April, May, June, August, September, October, November and December when the average temperatures are perhaps a little cooler than preferred but still a pleasant 10°C / 50.0°F to 20°C / 68.0°F. The coldest time of year in Mornington Peninsula is in July when it is 9.65°C / 49.4°F on average, but could get down to 6.5°C / 49.4°F minimum.

    Wilsons Promontory walk temperature

    Data sourced from Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology, Units = °C)
  • Other Information

    OCT4 Pty Ltd trading as ONLY LUXE CLUB acts as travel agency and work with different tour operators.

    Payment Detail
    All pricing is in Australian dollars and are quoted on a per person twin share basis. A supplementary price is available (see below). Bookings are not confirmed until full payment and the signed Booking Form has been received by ONLYLUXE CLUB.

    Single Supplement
    All accommodation is twin share. Single guests will share with someone of the same gender. If a single room is demanded, a supplementary price of will apply. The supplementary price refers to our quotation and needs to be stipulated at the time of booking.

    General Cancellation Policies
    - Outside of 60 days monies will be refunded less 30% of full fee
    - Within 60 days prior to arrival all monies will be forfeited
    - No refunds will be given in the event of non-arrival, any unused services or unused nights due to flight or weather disruption
    - We strongly recommend guests protect themselves with travel insurance and medical insurance

    Please Note: Cancellations must be advised in email and will take effect from the date they are received.

    The participant agrees to indemnify OCT4 PTY LTD, and its servant, tour operator and agents, in relation to any liability, loss and damage which the tour operator, or its servants and/or agents may incur as a result of the participants, negligence or misconduct during the tour.

    Smoking is not permitted on the bus, or in tents or in other accommodation being used by tour operator at the time that a trip is being conducted.

    Child Policy
    Not suited for children under the age of 8.

    Changes to Itineraries
    Local conditions may necessitate changes to sightseeing, walking and driving routes, camping and accommodation locations. While every effort will be made to provide the services and experiences as offered in our brochure, on our website, and in our trip letters, we reserve the right to vary your itinerary. In the event that we are forced to change your arrangements, substitute arrangements of a similar standard will be provided. The tour operator will not be liable where interruptions to itineraries are caused by weather conditions, technical problems to transport used by the tour operator, industrial action, political or civil commotion or other circumstances beyond our control. We refer you to the conditions regarding travel insurance.

    Changes in Prices
    While we will do its utmost to honour its pricing unforeseen circumstances may mean that prices may be subject to change without notice.

    Pre-Existing Medical Conditions and Age Limits
    You need to advise OCT4 PTY LTD and the tour operator on any pre-existing medical condition, mobility impairment and/or disability that might reasonably be expected to increase the risk of your requiring medical attention, or that might affect the normal conduct of a trip and the enjoyment of other trip members. OCT 4 PTY LTD and the tour operator may require an assessment of your medical condition from a qualified medical practitioner. If you fail to adequately notify the tour operator of any pre-existing medical conditions and/or disability, the tour operator reserves the right, at its reasonable discretion, to cancel your participation in a trip at any time, including after the commencement of your trip, with no right of refund if your medical condition, mobility impairment and/or disability could be reasonably expected to affect the normal conduct of the trip and the enjoyment of other trip members.

    Cancellation by The Tour Operator
    The walks take place in very special wilderness settings. The tour operator is at the mercy of nature in all her beauty and all her fury. The tour operator will under no circumstance knowingly place at risk the health and well-being of our guests and guides. In the case of natural threats, acts of God and the like (e.g. bushfires, impassable snow, etc) the tour operator may need to cancel a walk with very little notice. In some cases, this can occur after the walk has commenced. The tour operator reserves the right to cancel any walk up to 60 days prior to departure if a minimum of 4 walkers are unable to meet for a tour. If the tour operator needs to cancel for any reason, the cost of the walk or any other costs associated with travel to the designated pick up point, overnight accommodation, meals, etc will not be covered by the OCT4 PTY LTD and therefore we strongly recommend travel insurance be taken out prior to travel.

    Force Majeure
    'Force Majeure' means (without restriction) any event which OCT4 Pty Ltd or its third party providers could not, even with due care, foresee or avoid. Force Majeure covers events such as, but not limited to, adverse weather conditions, fire and all similar events beyond our control. In the case of Force Majeure OCT4 Pty Ltd will not accept liability, and reserves the right to change and cancel trips.

    In rare circumstances, due to injury or unforeseen illness, the tour operator may need to evacuate you from a remote part of the walk. Helicopter evacuations are expensive and in most cases will be at a cost to the customer.

    For Australian residents, under the Australian Government Medicare Act, it is prohibited for any domestic travel insurance product to provide any financial reimbursement with regard to ambulance or air ambulance services. We therefore strongly advise our customers to take specific ambulance cover through their health insurance provider. Evacuation cost will not be covered by the OCT4 PTY LTD and therefore it is also strongly recommended that our customers take out travel insurance to cover (amongst other things) the costs associated with evacuation.

    Travel Insurance
    In view of the heavy cancellation penalties applied to cancelled reservations in certain circumstances, we strongly recommends suitable travel insurance be purchased at the time the holding deposit is paid. We recommend insurance cover that covers any loss which may be suffered due to cancellation. We also strongly recommend comprehensive travel insurance against loss of baggage and medical expenses.
  • Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

    Value for money
    reviews This was a lovely experience. Mornington Peninsula is an amazing place. It was rich in history and the sights were amazing. We found all the walks enjoyable. Day 3 the walk was more challenging but we were rewarded for our efforts. Totally loved day 3. This was definitely a slow down, unwind and be rewarded holiday. The accommodation was delightful and the meals each night were devine. This tour was a great way to see and experience Mornington Peninsula.
    Review by Marlene / (Posted on 3/25/2018)
Product Code: EAUVICMO04