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Mornington Peninsula Glamping

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Mornington Peninsula Glamping aerial view
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Mornington Peninsula Glamping interior
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Mornington Peninsula Glamping
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Time Out says

You can now go glamping in a winery on the Mornington Peninsula

Set to the backdrop of an Italian-style vineyard, this glamping spot on the Mornington Peninsula offers guests a slice of luxury outside the confines of the hazy city streets. 

Mornington Peninsula Glamping opened in 2018 and has successfully brought the comforts of home to those wanting to visit the great outdoors. The grounds, which are part of the Blue Range Estate Wines vineyard, include panoramic views of Port Phillip Bay and Bass Strait, giving it that seaside Mediterranean feel. 

The tents are powered by solar panels and each boasts pillow-top queen-size beds, arm chairs, a coffee table, bedside tables as well as an esky in each tent where you can store drinks and food. There is a communal barbecue area where you can find plates, glasses, cutlery and other cooking utensils, plus your room is fitted out with a fan, back-up lighting, extra blankets and fresh towels to keep you in tip top comfort. 

The best part? Your tent is located a mere two minutes away from the estate's winery, so vino is never too far away. 

Prices start at $275 per night. Mornington Peninsula Glamping runs across the warmer months and closes over winter. Check the website for exact dates and to book. 


Address: 155 Gardens Road
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