Located in southern Victoria, Mornington Peninsula is an antennae of the Victorian capital Melbourne extending southeast to the sea, connected to mainland in the north of the peninsula and (Western Port Bay), in the west to the east of (Port Phillip Bay), at Philip Bay To the south is the vast Straits of Bath, (Bass Strait).
Mornington Peninsula, picturesque and lush, is one of the most important areas of the Melbourne people's marine leisure life. Whether it is the ocean scenery, sports or food, drink and play, are very rich and developed. At the southwestern end of the peninsula, Solento (Sorrento) has a connection between ferry and Queenscliff (Queenscliff) in (Bellarine Peninsula), Belindra, from which many tourists choose to go to Dayang Road, (Great Ocean Road). Mornington Peninsula has dozens of small towns, beautiful scenery, rich tourism and outdoor resources.
- The beaches on the beach: Mornington Peninsula are continuous, the north coast is mostly swimming and leisure beaches, usually directly on the road side; But the southwest beach faces the ocean directly, the wind high wave urgent scenery is good, some passes the highway, more needs to walk a section;
- The gourmet: Mornington Peninsula is a major wine-producing area in Victoria, with wineries. There are also many picking farms, such as strawberry farms, cherry farms, lavender gardens, and a variety of seafood cuisine;
- The hot spring: Mornington Peninsula is the only place in Victoria that can soak hot springs in winter. It is a 50-60 degree hot spring. The best is the peninsular hot spring on the top of (Fingal). The scenery is excellent.
- Marine activities: it is highly recommended that Solento set out to travel with dolphin seals.