Simply the best day discovering the Mornington Peninsula: watersports, wineries, hikes and hot springs
Fully guided small group tour (max 8 guests)
Stand Up Paddle lesson and tour
Wine tasting a beautiful winery
Bathing at the Peninsula Hot Springs
Guided Coastal Hike
Viewpoint Picnic Lunch
Transport for the day
Hands down the best way to experience the highlights and hidden gems of the Mornington Peninsula in an incredible all-inclusive day of adventure, indulgence and relaxation.
Breathtaking views, SUP lesson and tour in crystal clear bays, jaw dropping coastal hiking, magical rock pools, delicious picnic lunch full of fresh local produce, bathing at the Peninsula Hot Springs and wine tasting at a tranquil winery
It doesn’t get much better than this!
Enjoy an ocean paddle keeping an eye out for the resident pod of dolphins by the iconic colourful bathing boxes of the Mornington Peninsula
Hike through Aussie bushland spotting nearby wildlife, making your way to a beautiful turquoise blue bay with some fantastic rock pools
Connect with nature in the wilderness within an hour of the city centre
Delicious picnic lunch at a spectacular viewpoint
Take in panoramic views whilst driving through the Mornington Peninsula
Included bathing at some of the world's best thermal hot springs
Wine tasting at a superb laid back winery
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McCrae Lighthouse, Mornington Peninsula
October to April
4 minimum, 8 maximum
- Stand Up Paddleboard lesson and tour in the bays of the Mornington Peninsula.
- Entry & Bathing to the Peninsula Hot Springs
- Picnic lunch packed with fresh local produce
- Wine tasting at beautiful quirky winery
- Guided bushwalking tour to spectacular beach
- Special WAM! Eco-pack for the day including reusable drinking bottle and coffee cup, eco-towel service, reef safe sunscreen and a sustainable gift.
- Transport for the day included (start/finish McCrae Lighthouse, Mornington Peninsula)
- A fun, passionate and experienced fully qualified guide
- All equipment (standup paddleboard, paddle, life jacket etc)
- All Parks entrance fees
- Drinking water & refreshments
- Aussie wildlife viewings!
- Additional drinks at the winery
- Any extra spa experiences at the hot springs
What to bring
Hat, sunglasses, camera, comfortable quick-drying clothes suitable for the weather (including swimwear), closed shoes that can get wet (or bring sandals/flips flops/jandals/thongs), day backpack (for hike if you want to carry anything), change of clothes for the trip home. Warm clothes and rain jacket just in case.
See our FAQs for more information.
- Must be able to swim
- Must be 16 years and above (under 18 must be accompanied by an adult)
About your guide
Experienced guide who is fully qualified SUP Flat Water Instructor, First Aider and Surf Lifesaver.
Check out our About Us page for more details.
This is available as a private adventure. Please contact us for more details and to arrange your personalised experience.
What You'll See and Do During Your Day
Your awe-inspiring day starts meeting at the iconic 19th century McCrae Lighthouse conveniently located in the heart of the Mornington Peninsula by the crystal clear waters of the bay. We begin with a must-do activity on the Peninsula, a Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) adventure along the majestic waters of Port Phillip Bay keeping an eye out for the local pods of dolphins and with the backdrop a stunning white sandy beach adorned with the famous colourful bathing boxes. Your guide is a certified SUP instructor and will give you all necessary pointers and safety instructions before we get on the water.
We will be on the water for around an hour to an hour and a half exploring the coastline which is ample time to fall in love with the worlds fastest growing watersport as well as enjoying the stunning vistas of the coastline and Arthurs Seat (Wonga). Please note: if the weather and wind are not suitable we may select an alternative inland waterway location.
After your SUP experience you have time to relax, get changed and grab a coffee before we hop onto the WAM van (which we have renovated to feel like an awesome eco-retreat) and cruise to the southern coastline of the Peninsula.
Here we enjoy a breathtaking guided coastal hike along nature trails with ocean vistas to a secluded beach. We often see wildlife like kangaroos and echidnas before arriving at the rugged, expansive and jaw-dropping ocean scenery. As we look out onto a deserted bay, the turquoise rock pools adding to the already incredible scenery. The hike is around 45 minutes each way with a stop at the beach to chill and if the conditions are right we can take a dip in the magical natural rock pools which is sure to be a highlight.
After all that adventure it’s time to refuel and indulge your palate with a delicious picnic lunch full of fresh local produce at a spectacular beach viewpoint. We also provide other refreshments such as native tea, coffee and local beverages.
After lunch it’s time to relax in the best way possible. The Peninsula Hot Springs are some of the world’s best thermal hot springs and are set amongst nature which is the perfect way to chill and unwind. Here you’ll be able to kick back in a tranquil setting with over 50 global bathing experiences, including an amphitheatre of geothermal pools, ice cave, saunas, hammocks and more.
Feeling rejuvenated from the Hot Springs, we take you to a beautiful quirky winery for tastings which focuses on incorporating organic practices. A trip to the Mornington Peninsula wouldn’t be complete without experiencing one of it’s over 200 wineries and we take you to one of our favourites. Here we will have some time to taste some of the best wines on the Peninsula whilst enjoying the vineyard views.
Finally, while you sit back and reminisce on an unforgettable day, we’ll take a stunning scenic drive via the summit of the Mornington Peninsula stopping at a viewpoint along the way before dropping you back at where our epic adventure started at McCrae Lighthouse.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss an alternative pick up location from your accommodation on the Mornington Peninsula or Frankston Station
This adventure includes multiple activities so a moderate level of fitness is advised. Hiking and standup paddleboarding are done at a leisurely pace. While standup paddleboarding experience is not necessary, you do need to be able to swim for this tour. You must be 16 years old or over to participate in this adventure (under 18 must be accompanied by an adult). However, children 12 and up can participate on a private adventure. If you are unsure if this adventure is suitable for you, please contact us(opens in a new tab) or check out our other adventure tours.
This adventure operate in the warmer months of the year but occasionally there can be adverse weather conditions. If the weather is not suitable for paddling, we will adjust the itinerary with alternative activities like hiking or biking or call you the day prior to your tour to discuss other options.