If you have chosen accommodation in Flinders as your next holiday destination, you may be wondering what activities and attractions are around the area to keep all members of your family occupied. The good news is that accommodation in the Flinders is the ideal base for exploring all that the Mornington Peninsula has to offer.
Culinary: why not use your accommodation as a base for visiting the various farms and eateries that the region is known for? The Ripe N Ready Cherry Farm, located in nearby Red Hill, grows over 70 varieties of cherry, and in the Flinders township itself, discover award winning handmade delicacies at Mornington Peninsula Chocolates.
Outdoors: there is an abundance of adventure and outdoor activities on offer when choosing accommodation in Flinders. Golf is popular in the area, with the Flinders Golf Club right on your doorstep, as is bush walking and hiking. Surfing, swimming and fishing are also popular pastimes when choosing accommodation in the area.
Historical: with many historical buildings in the town itself, accommodation in Flinders puts you in the ideal position to explore all the history in the Mornington Peninsula area. The nearby Cape Schanck Lighthouse (also with accommodation on offer) is always a popular tourist destination for those wanting to find a slice of history.
Flora and Fauna: accommodation in Flinders is home to a vast array of nature and wildlife attractions, including Bass Park (home to a monument dedicated to George Bass and Matthew Flinders), the Mushroom Reef Marine Sanctuary, and the Ashcombe Maze and Lavender Gardens.
You will never have to worry about finding activities and attractions for keeping your family occupied when you have chosen accommodation in Flinders or the surrounding area.