The Bay Motel- Safety Beach is ideally located just a couple of kilometres from the Mornington Peninsula freeway allowing easy access to a magnificent array of activities the region has on offer. Whether you’re after a relaxing afternoon enjoying an award-winning Pinot and fine food or something a little more adventurous, the Bay Motel is your perfect Mornington Peninsula accommodation base.



‘Visit Mornington Peninsula’ is a great resource for planning your next weekend getaway.
Visit Mornington Peninsula


    More than 90 wineries call the peninsula home, and along with cellar door tastings of fine wines which the region is famous for, you can treat the taste buds at a range of cafes and restaurants.
    Wineries Info

    Art Galleries

    If culture is your thing, then be sure to pay a visit to one of the many galleries that feature paintings, sculptures and photography from the regions local artisans.
    Art Galleries

    Local Produce

    The area is rich in gourmet food production, making it a perfect place to spend an afternoon picking cherries and strawberries or sampling handmade chocolates. The Red Hill Market held each month must be on any foodies bucket list.
    Mornington Peninsula Produce


    19 different golf courses call the peninsula home, its sandy dunes and scenic views make for some of the finest golfing experiences Australia has on offer.
    Golf Courses

    National Parks

    The peninsula is home to several National, State and Marine Parks, providing a rich sanctuary for natural flora and fauna. You can also step back in time and explore our national history at Point Nepean National Park.
    National Parks

    Day Spas

    Your journey to relaxation starts here. Peninsula Hot Springs is the first natural hot springs and day spa centre in Victoria, just 90 minutes from Melbourne.
    Hot Springs


    The network of parks provides the visitor with many options for viewing local wildlife up close, from swimming with the dolphins to exploring the dunes on the lookout for kangaroos, koalas and bandicoots.
    Wildlife Info