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Morn­ing­ton’s food cul­ture kicks off at break­fast and con­tin­ues late into the evening with cafes and restau­rants in the main street and over­look­ing the bay with a wide va­ri­ety of cuisines.


Main St, Morn­ing­ton, has more than 370 re­tail out­lets, in­clud­ing bou­tiques with sis­ter stores in up-mar­ket Mel­bourne sub­urbs and food stores selling lo­cal and im­ported pro­duce. The Main St Wed­nes­day Mar­ket is Vic­to­ria’s long­est-run­ning mid­week re­gional mar­ket. Morn­ing­ton Cen­tral shop­ping cen­tre is in Barkly St.


There are qual­ity schools across all lev­els, in­clud­ing state and Catholic pri­mary schools, public and pri­vate sec­ondary schools. They in­clude Bal­combe Gram­mar, The Penin­sula School and Toorak Col­lege. Morn­ing­ton Penin­sula Shire man­ages en­rol­ments for com­mu­nity kinder­gartens.


Civic Re­serve of­fers a range of fa­cil­i­ties in­clud­ing David Collings Sta­dium, Morn­ing­ton Penin­sula Re­gional Gallery, ten­nis, bowls, cro­quet, skate­board­ing and pic­nic ar­eas. Morn­ing­ton Park on the fore­shore has an amaz­ing play­ground. Golfers can hit the course at Mt Martha, while Mt Martha Park is a bush oa­sis.

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