Melbourne Mornington Peninsula golf packages

the Mornington Peninsula is a 75 minute drive from Melbourne. the rugged coastal area provides perfect links conditions with The National (3 courses), The Cape, The Dunes, Portsea and Moonah Links providing exceptional golfing experiences.

Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula can be favorably compared to some of the finest Peninsulas in the World. there is an abundance of great golf courses and stunning coastal views from every corner of the Mornington Peninsula. there is a tremendous variety of golf courses available including links and resort style courses, all are in excellent condition year round and extremely affordable. combined with fabulous wineries & beaches.

your Mornington Peninsula golf getaway at a glance

  • day 1 – arrive Melbourne. on arrival transfer to your accommodation – Portsea Village Apartments.
  • day 2 – after breakfast transfer to St Andrews Beach Golf Club for morning tee-off, evening at leisure
  • day 3 – after breakfast, transfer to the Dunes Golf Links morning tee-off, evening at leisure
  • day 4 – after breakfast check out of accommodation and transfer to Moonah links (Legends Course). transfer to Melbourne airport for return flight home
  • 3 nights accommodation with full breakfast at Portsea Village Apartments
  • 3 rounds of golf, with electric golf carts
  • private airport transfers (arrival and departure)
  • private return transfers to all golf courses
  • twin share Golfer $1190.00 per person
  • single room Golfer $1390.00 per person
  • non-golfer on request

(tour costings are based on a minimum of 6 persons travelling together as per the itinerary) *conditions apply

  • items of a personal nature (phone calls, mini bar etc)
  • meals & beverages not noted in tour inclusions
  • travel insurance
  • additional golf rounds and equipment hire, e.g. clubs, shoes, etc

current weather in Melbourne

these packages can be customised to suit your schedule and budget.

pricing is subject to exchange rate fluctuations & rate increases from hotels.
price guide is based on minimum 12 guests travelling together.

quick facts
  • approximately a 60 minute drive south from Melbourne
  • 15 golf courses
  • plenty of good restaurants, pubs & cafes
  • range of 3, 4 & 5 star accommodation options
non-golfing activities
  • Mornington Peninsula wineries
  • Sandy local beaches
  • Peninsula Hot Springs
  • Ashcombe Maze & Lavender Gardens

your golf getaway golf courses

st andrews golf club


Designer: Tom Doak

Established: 2004

Location: approximately 1.30 hrs south of Melbourne airport

Facilities: pro shop, clubhouse, practice putting green

St Andrews Beach is nestled along the south-western coast of Melbourne’s Mornington Peninsula, near the thundering surf of Gunnamatta Beach and Bass Strait. Designed by world-renowned course architect, Tom Doak, the St Andrews Beach Gunnamatta Course weaves across a spectacular stretch of land evoking the famous links courses of Scotland and Ireland, with a quality that is on-par with the nearby famous Sandbelt golf courses of Melbourne.

it has been voted Australia’s 9th best golf course and is Australia’s number one public access course.

dunes golf links


Designer: Tony Cashmore

Established: 1995

Location: approximately 1.15 hrs south of Melbourne airport

Facilities: pro shop, range, bar, restaurant, locker rooms

the ‘Dunes golf links’ is in a ‘links style’ layout, and many of the holes could be plucked straight from Scotland or Ireland. the Dunes is one of very few ‘links style’ courses in Australia. all the holes are played through and over rolling sand dunes on what is known as the “cups country” of the Mornington Peninsula.

the championship course features a number of different styles of holes, some with elevated tees hitting down to wide fairways, a number which are generally flat with subtle undulations and some great par 3s where bunkering, wind and large, uneven putting surfaces are the norm.

moonah links (old course)


Designer: Thomson, Wolveridge& Perrett

Established: 2002

Location: approximately 1.15 hrs south of Melbourne airport

Facilities: pro shop, range, bar, restaurant, locker rooms

the open course at Moonah Links is the first ever 18 holes built and prepared for a national championship, with exceptional viewing platforms for spectators, it is one of the longest courses in Australia, and probably in the world in this category.

measuring 6783 metres, it offers more than a casual stroll in the outdoors, it’s a mighty and ferocious test of golfing ability, the likes of which even the top pros only experience occasionally. in terms of difficulty it is estimated a club-handicapped player would merit an extra eight strokes assistance to return a net par score, yet the course has great flexibility. the course can be played at many different lengths depending on tees selected. indeed, it is expected that the total length will only seldom be used for the real championship occasion.

in addition to its conducive natural contours, the site is blessed with ever-present wind of some direction and strength, and this enhances its attributes. planning has arranged that no particular direction is especially helpful, it is always a factor.

your golf getaway hotel options

portsea village resort

Portsea Village Resort is a boutique complex of 25 apartments ideally positioned opposite the beach and the historical Portsea Pier and within easy strolling distance of Portsea village centre.

choose from 1 to 3 bedroom apartments – feature living/dining areas, kitchens and well equipped bathrooms. they also have washer/dryers, as well as flat-screen tvs, dvd players, free wi-fi & foxtel and private balconies. 

Title Address Description
National Golf Club
7 Sunningdale Retreat, Frankston VIC 3199, Australia
Dunes Golf Links
Unnamed Road, Rye VIC 3941, Australia
Moonhah Links (Old course)
45 Peter Thomson Dr, Fingal VIC 3939, Australia
Shells Sorrento Apartments
101-103 Ocean Beach Rd, Sorrento VIC 3943, Australia

book your getaway

call Steve 0410 513 969 or request a quote

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