Mornington local newspapers
Local newspapers matching Mornington
- Eastern Shore Sun »
Tasmanian Community Newspaper delivered free of charge to homes and businesses in the municipalities of Clarence and parts of Sorell. (Geilston Bay, Lindisfarne, Rose Bay, Risdon Vale, Grasstree Hill, Honeywood, Old Beach, Otago, Risdon, Tea Tree, Bellerive, Howrah, Montagu Bay, Mornington, Rosny, Rosny Park, Tranmere, Warrane, Clarendon Vale, Oakdowns, Rokeby, Clifton Beach, Sandford, Lauderdale, South Arm, Opossum Bay, Cremorne, Dulcot, Richmond, Acton Park, Cambridge, Mount Rumney, Roches Beach, Seven Mile Beach, Midway Point, Sorell) more»
- Mornington Peninsula Leader (Balnarring, Blairgowrie, Dromana, Flinders, Main Ridge, McCrae, Merricks, Mornington, Mount Eliza, Mount Martha, Portsea, Red Hill, Rosebud, Rye, Safety Beach, Shoreham, Sorrento, Tootgarook)
- North West Country (Birdsville, Boulia, Burketown, Camooweal, Cloncurry, Dajarra, Gregory Downs, Gunpowder, Hughenden, Julia Creek, Karumba, Kynuna, McKinlay, Mornington Island, Mount Isa, Normanton, Richmond, Winton)
- Peninsula Weekly Mornington / Western Port Weekly
Launched in 1984, Peninsula Weekly Mornington and Western Port Weekly are well established and known as newspapers “with the community at heart”. (Blairgowrie, Red Hill, Dromana, Rosebud, Flinders, Rye, McCrae, Safety Beach, Mornington, Sorrento, Mt Martha, Tootgarook, Portsea)
- Peninsula-Wide (Arthurs Seat, Balnarring, Balnarring Beach, Baxter, Bittern, Blairgowrie, Boneo, Cape Schanck, Crib Point, Dromana, Fingal, Flinders, Hastings, Main Ridge, McCrae, Merricks, Merricks Beach, Moorooduc, Mornington, Mount Eliza, Mount Martha, Pearcedale, Point Leo, Portsea, Red Hill, Rosebud, Rye, Safety Beach, Shoreham, Somers, Somerville, Sorrento, St Andrews Beach, Tootgarook, Tuerong, Tyabb)
Mornington lies ideally situated now, only 55 minutes from Melbourne via the new East Link freeway and either Monah or Eastern Freeway entrances, and only 30 minutes from the general eastern suburbs of Melbourne.
The main street is an excellent walkway with the main traffic directed around adjacent street, making it a great shopping and eatery experience, decorated by seaside styled adornments and pillars. At the foot of the town are the main historical buildings and a great park that overlooks Schnapper Point and the pier below.
Home to the Mornington Yacht Club, the town is also the home for the Scandia, the builders of the infamous "Wild Thing" yacht winner of the 2004 Sydney Hobart race. The pier, eatery and walks at Schnapper Point are a great way to get the day started in the area, followed by a drive around the many nearby wineries that make up the Mornington Peninsula region.