Melbourne South East Touring Triangle
Melbourne’s South East Touring Triangle (SETT) includes three beautiful regions – the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges; Phillip Island; and Mornington Peninsula.
From Melbourne, the SETT heads for the Yarra Valley, famous for excellent wineries and luxury boutique hotels. Travellers can visit more than 200 native wildlife species including platypus, koalas, Tasmanian devils, kangaroos and wallabies at Healesville Sanctuary. Not far away, in the fairytale-like forest of the Dandenong Ranges, travellers can jump aboard Puffing Billy, a meticulously restored steam train, and travel through 25 kilometres of cool fern gullies.
The route then leads to Phillip Island where visitors can see stunning beaches, get up-close to native wildlife and watch the famous Penguin Parade. Further along the route on the Mornington Peninsula there are more than 50 winery cellar doors specialising in superb pinot noir and chardonnay. Many of them also have excellent restaurants which feature the region’s abundant fresh produce.
The Mornington Peninsula is home to the first natural hot springs and day spa centre in Victoria. The region is also renowned for outstanding golf courses, spectacular gardens and a perfect place for aquatic adventures, including dolphin and seal swims and scuba diving around one of Victoria’s many ship wrecks.
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