|Melbourne After Dark|
|The Mornington Peninsula|
|April 1 - March 31||255||per person based on 4 adults|
Meet our highly regarded, local chef for a culinary journey through the Mornington Peninsula. This changes seasonally but you may: meet cheese makers to discuss processes, press olives and learn about olive oil production, pick berries, visit a mussel farm, discover the joys of juicy hydroponic tomatoes, select premium quality quinces or get involved in a spice blending workshop. It’s then back to the kitchen for an intimate, hands on cooking class and gourmet feast in a fun and informative environment.
Melbourne After Dark. Is there a more seductive city? Join us as the sun goes down and the lights come on.
Melbourne is breathtaking under lights. Marvel at the heritage buildings throughout the Golden Mile.
Be mesmerized by St Patrick’s Cathedral, the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens and the world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building.
For dinner, soak up the atmosphere at one of Melbourne’s hottest dining spots OR Grab a sidewalk table and enjoy a classic pasta with a hearty local red wine in our vibrant ‘Little Italy’.
Brunswick Street will give you a jolt. It’s bohemian and alternative, with live music streaming from every pub and bar seven days a week.
Take in the grandeur of St Kilda Road and witness Melbourne’s spectacular skyline.
Witness the stunning, panoramic views at Eureka Skydeck 88. You’ll be captivated by the bright city lights below, spreading 60km to the horizon from the highest view point in the southern hemisphere. A glass cube juts out of the building, leaving you suspended 300 metres above the earth!
Not yet seduced?
Make your way up to a roof top terrace. Cocktails, soft jazz and dazzling views of Federation Square and Southbank Promenade await.
Relax with coffee and cake whilst being enchanted with the vista of Melbourne’s city skyline.
Think you have a feel for the city? The night is now yours.
A Chef- Led Journey through the Mornington Peninsula
Embrace the day with a stunning scenic coastal drive south of Melbourne and prepare to be constantly inspired and delighted by this diverse, boot-shaped region. .
Marvel at the panoramic views of the city, bay and peninsula from Arthurs Seat lookout before embarking on the next part of your journey.
Meet our highly regarded local chef for a private, culinary expedition through the peninsula. Your journey changes seasonally (and almost daily) but you may: meet cheese makers at a private goat dairy to discuss processes and techniques, press olives and learn about olive oil production, pick berries, visit Harry’s mussel farm ad collect fresh seafood, experience a working bakery, discover the joys of juicy hydroponic tomatoes, select premium quality quinces, learn about chocolate making or get involved in a spice blending class.
It’s now back to the kitchen with your produce for an afternoon of fun with an intimate, hands on cooking class. Learn more about using local, seasonal ingredients and then feast on your hard work made entirely from produce from the Peninsula.
Finish off with a private barrel tasting of local cool climate wines just down the road.