Mornington Peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula is home to more than 50 cellar doors, most of which specialise in Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. This beautiful region has long been a source of inspiration for photographers. Whether you fall in love with our colourful bathing boxes or the sandy coastline of Port Phillip, we have plenty of vistas waiting for you.


The Mornington Peninsula is located south of Melbourne. You can travel for 1.5 hours by road or rail through the suburbs of Melbourne or catch the 1 hour ferry from Queenscliff to Sorrento, enjoying the relaxation of the calm waters and dolphin viewing as they swim in the wake of the boat.


Situated on a private vineyard in the heart of the Mornington Peninsula wine region, Jackalope promises an experience to remember. With a monolithic, jet-black exterior, the hotel stands in sharp contrast to the verdant rolling vines. Jackalope unifies art, design, dining and storytelling in the guest experience, creating a whimsical interplay between the ideal and the surreal.


Rain Room was brought to Australia in August 2019 as part of Jackalope Hotel’s ambitious art collection, over 120,000 visitors “controlled the weather”, making it Melbourne’s most talked about – and Instagrammed – solo art exhibition. This interactive work merges art, technology and nature.

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