Want to test yourself on an 18 hole championship golf course? Peppers Moonah Links has two – the Open and the Legends. Having hosted the Australian Open twice, and with a mixture of exhilarating challenges, Moonah Links is often referred to as the ‘home of Australian Golf’. After the game, you can cool down in the pool, enjoy a game of boules or hire a mountain bike and explore the Peninsula.
The course provides a mixture of challenges, with countless sand hills creating a series of exhilarating driving holes that bend through native grasses. The Open and Legends courses provide a true test for golfers of all levels. More »
The 47°C waters of the peninsula’s natural hot springs are rich in healing minerals. They bubble to the surface and into the thermal pools at the new Peninsula Hot Springs, adjacent to the resort. There’s a complimentary shuttle service during daylight hours.
Guests are welcome to hop on a bike and ride around the resort or perhaps down to the bay or beach. Helmets are provided. Bookings can be made with the Concierge or prior to arrival.
After a challenging day on the course, relax with a swim in the outdoor heated pool.
Enjoy a game of volleyball, badminton or boules on the scenic grounds of the resort.
Experience a scenic helicopter tour of the Peninsula and surrounding areas flying out of Peppers Moonah Links Resort, the southernmost Helicopter landing point on the Mornington Peninsula.
The Mornington Peninsula is famous for its fine wineries, restaurants and holiday facilities. Fishing, boating, horse riding, bushwalking, historic parks, food and wine festivals and the charming towns of Portsea and Sorrento combine to make the Mornington Peninsula one of the most exciting visitor regions in Australia. View our recommended list of things to do around the Mornington Peninsula.