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Mornington Peninsula – Gourmet Pick-up Picnics

Thanks for booking Mornington Peninsula – Gourmet Pick-up Picnics  – we just know you are going to have a fantastic time!

Here are the details:

Pickup:  Depends on variant selected.
Where: 100 mile Foodie Cooking School. 24 Chesterfield road, Somerville, VIC
How to get here: Car
Parking: Plenty
Ask for: Marlene
Email: marlene@100milefoodie.com.au
Phone: 0432274907

If you would like to add a bottle of wine to your picnic pack, please contact Marlene directly on the above details to arrange.

Insider Tips
If you haven’t already got somewhere in mind, here are a few places your host recommends for a picnic:

Schnapper Point, Mornington

The large shady trees and outlook make this an obvious choice for a family picnic in Mornington. Conveniently located at the end of Main St, Schnapper Point makes for a short walk to scout out an ice-cream treat at the end of a great day. Facilities include playground, BBQs, tables, drinking water and toilets.

https://goo.gl/maps/SGvWpsMFfgL2

Sorrento Historic Park, Sorrento

If you are looking for breathtaking views over the Port Phillip coastline, grassy hills to roll down or lay your blanket on, then this is the place for you. Sorrento Park features a wooden adventure playground, BBQs, tables (shaded and unshaded) and toilets. Plus you have that view for your after-picnic stroll.

https://goo.gl/maps/4vqZ58jTgBu

Coolart Homestead and Wetlands, Somers

Here you’ll find a unique mix of wetlands (home to around 3000 birds), a historical homestead and recreational areas making it a top picnic choice for people of all ages. With the statuesque 1895 homestead as your backdrop, the surrounding are edged with picturesque garden borders, plus there are free electric BBQ’s and picnic tables. You’ll also find free parking, toilets, and some great walking tracks.

https://goo.gl/maps/Cjm8f4ej9hS2

Flinder Pier

The Flinders Pier is located at the point where Western Port meets Bass Strait. It has great views across Western Port to Phillip Island. The Flinders Pier is 250 metres (820 ft) long that juts out from the protected beach, and is sheltered from the waters of Bass Strait by West Head. This area is popular for sailing, fishing, and other watersports. The area is well known for the abundance of squid caught, especially during spring months. Numerous other species have been caught off this jetty, including: King George whiting, Australian Salmon, silver trevally, wrasse, leatherjackets, barracouta and short-finned pike. Nearby Bass Park offers barbeques, walking trails and a playground. Public toilets are available at the pier.

https://goo.gl/maps/STH89vUKUFJ2

Plus some accommodation options if you want to stay and make a weekend of it:

Crittenden Villas (https://goo.gl/t17CgJ)

Cancellation policy:
We understand that sometimes in life things can occur unexpectedly, so should you need to cancel more than 48 hours before the pickup time, we can refund the cost to you in full.

Unfortunately we can’t refund your money after this time, however, we are happy for you to send someone in your place.

If your host needs to cancel the pickup we will do our best to let you know as soon as possible and offer you an alternative or refund your money in full.

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