Live music all weekend!

Download our program below to see whats on and where

(Currently 2019 Program – 2020 to be released soon)

Go to the Artists Page to see current performers booked for 2020


See all our venue locations, contact phone numbers and further links below


1C Albert St Mornington

(03) 5973 5791


Barmah Park Winery

945 Moorooduc Hwy, Moorooduc

(03) 5978 8049

Barmah Park Vineyard

Beaches of Mornington

55 Barkly Street

(03) 5975 0966

Beleura House & Garden

Appointment only

(03) 5975 2027

Beleura House & Garden

Beleura Village


107 Bungower Rd

(03) 5971 0100



157/159 Main Street

(03) 5977 0617

Bronz Napoli

1A Queen’s St

(03) 5975 3113

Casa de Playa


39 Main Street

(03) 5976 1276

Casa De Playa Facebook Page


God’s Kitchen

53 Barkly Street

(03) 5976 8666

Grand Hotel

124 Main Street

(03) 5975 2001

Lorida Greek Taverna

92 Main Street

Lorida Greek Taverna


Main Street Mornington

Main Street

(03) 5975 4522

Manhattan in Mornington

Shop 2, 55 Barkly St

(03) 5976 4867

Manhattan Mornington Facebook


115 Main Street

(03) 5975 1714

Mornington Cinema

1A Main Street

(03) 5975 5141

Mornington Cinema

Mornington Historical Railway

Moorooduc Highway

1300 767 274

Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery

Civic Reserve, Dunns Rd

(03) 5975 4395

Mornington Yacht Club

Schnapperpoint Rd, Mornington

(03) 5975 7001

Mornington Yacht Club


62 Main Street

(03) 5976 2222

Swordfish Wine & Tapas Bar

174 Main Street

(03) 5975 8555

The Boyz 4 Breakie

1A Main Street

(03) 5977 2888

The Dubliner

23 Octavia Street

0419 130 139

The Counting House

787 Esplande Mornington

(03) 5975 2055

The Royal Hotel

770 The Esplanade

(03) 5975 8555

Tio Tapas Y Vino

16 Main Street

Tio Tapas

Wildgrain Mornington

1 Blamey Place

(03) 5902 8661

Wildgrain Mornington

Wowee Zowee Bar

35 (Rear) Main St

Wowee Zowee Bar


MPRG: FIFTY celebrates the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery’s 50th anniversary with a large-scale exhibition and new publication that highlights the development and growth of this significant collection.

Founded in 1969 by Alan McCulloch, the Mornington Arts Centre as it was known, acquired its first artwork in 1970. Over the past 50 years the collection has grown to include more than 1800 objects, including paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures.

A strength of the MPRG collection is the focus on the cultural heritage of the Mornington Peninsula, which has been a haven and source of inspiration for artists since the 1850s, including Fred Williams, Albert Tucker and Arthur Boyd. Many of Australia’s best-known artists have captured the region’s unique scenery and lifestyle and these works now form a valuable part of the collection.

The MPRG collection is also renowned for its specialist holdings of contemporary Australian works on paper acquired from the acquisitive prizes (Spring Festival of Drawing 1973-97, Prints Acquisitive 1974-96 and National Works on Paper 1998-present). This collection continues to grow and documents the diversity and experimentation of this medium.

Providing a snapshot into the progression of an evolving collection, this exhibition features over 70 artworks including works by Margaret Preston, Russell Drysdale, Arthur Boyd, Fred Williams, Brett Whiteley, Jenny Watson, Rick Amor, eX de Medici, Gloria Petyarre, Gareth Sansom, Danie Mellor, Vernon Ah Kee and Jess Johnson among others.


Mornington Heritage BLUES TRAIN

Step back in time to a bygone era and take a ride on a heritage train!

At the Historical Mornington Railway, there are both steam and diesel heritage broad gauge locomotives and passenger cars between Moorooduc and Mornington on Sunday 7th June.

Jump onboard the Heritage BLUES TRAINS running from Mornington Station (Yules Rd) at:

11.00am       Troy Wilson & Matthew White (Singers/Songwriters performing Original, Blues & Juke Joint boogies)

12.15pm       Troy Wilson & Matthew White (Singers/Songwriters performing Original, Blues & Juke Joint boogies)

Troy Wilson & Matthew White, Original Songs, Old-time, Jug Band, Pre-War Blues, Stomps and Rags. These acoustic artists will take you right back to the source to drink in the original sounds with resonator guitars, ukes, kazoos, harmonica, stomp-box & washboard. From fingerpicking to harmonica train impersonations. Wilson & White bring fun, surprise and laughter to their twist on the Juke Joint tradition.

(Departure times change so please refer to their website)

Melways 105 K9 | Ph: 1300 767 274

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