Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula is such a picture perfect place for a weekend getaway wedding. Rolling green hills, beautiful vineyards and the ocean right next door. I thought I’d make a list of my top ten Mornington Peninsula wedding venues! (In no particular order!)
Rolling vines, fig trees, decadent wines and an extensive Italian menu make T’Gallant an easy entrant to my list!
There’s something special about marrying in the vineyards. Montalto Vineyard & Olive Grove is another winery wedding venue with the added feature of olive groves and a building featuring award winning architectural design.
Amazing views (this is going to get repetitive) wines and food makes Salix Restaurant at Willow Creek Vineyard ideal for a wedding. The menu is filled with local product too!
This Connecticut inspired farm house is filled with little details like a black and white chequered floor and lush gardens. Summerfields Country House also provides accommodation.
Please note this venue has now closed
Inspired by the French country house, the recently restored Glynt Manor offers a spectacular honeymoon suite and space for your marquee style wedding or perhaps a more intimate celebration.
Serving beautiful wine and food, Max’s Restaurant at Red Hill Estate offers a one stop shop for your wedding day. With 180 degree views overlooking Port Phillip Bay, it’s the perfect place to toast with a glass of their wine!
This Mediterranean inspired vineyard offers a simple yet stylish venue surrounded by lavender filled gardens. Vines of Red Hill provides an intimate setting for your wedding.
Described as a little piece of France. Mantons Creek Vineyard offers a rustic French function room and accommodation, set on 19 acres and all overlooking the vineyards!
Tucks Ridge ‘s rolling vineyards are overlooked by floor to ceiling windows in their bluestone restaurant. Child friendly and serving great food and wine makes Tucks Ridge a lovely wedding venue.
I thought I’d leave number ten open to you dear readers- what is your favourite wedding venue on the Mornington Peninsula?