Resort and Facilities


Peppers Moonah Links Resort

Peppers Moonah Links Resort is located in prime Australian coast and bush land amidst an undulating landscape in the mornington peninsula, less than an hour and a half from the hustle and bustle of Melbourne. The region has long been favoured as a seaside holiday destination and is recognised as an exciting wine growing region. You can experience iconic surf beaches and modern Victorian country charm side by side here.

The award winning resort is one of the most unique of its kind in Australia, blending luxury accommodation with two 18- hole championship golf courses and  an onsite dayspa, a la carte restaurant & spike bar and cafe with panoramic views of the Open course. Conveniently located between one of Victoria’s most popular attractions, the Peninsula Hot Springs, newly opened St Andrews Beach Brewery and the Cups Estate Winery, one does not need to venture far from the resort to experience the very best that the Mornington Peninsula has to offer. Quick drive from the resort to Rye or Sorrento beach, Gunamatta Horse riding, Authur seat chair lift in red Hill , Boneo Maze, cherry picking and many other wonderful attractions helps all guests to reset the mode before going back to busy lifestyles. 

Peppers Moonah Links Resort in the Mornington Peninsula offers 72 deluxe rooms and suites, all with private balconies or terraces overlooking the stunning golf courses or central putting green. Each room features natural materials, clean lines and earthy Australian tones with the stylish furnishings and fittings Peppers is renowned for. The natural harmony of the outdoor setting has been brought indoors with the architecturally designed rooms echoing the landscape.

When you’re not out playing golf, take a dip in the outdoor heated swimming pool or grab a mountain bike to explore the local area. Get the family together for a light-hearted game of badminton or volleyball or kick a soccer ball around or lush recreation lawn. Other facilities include on-site gymnasium, practice putting green and driving range.  

Take time off from all of that activity with an exquisite dining experience at the resort’s signature a la carte Pebbles Restaurant, offering a relaxed modern Australian menu and a panoramic view of the rolling greens. For a more casual dining option or to enjoy a pre-dinner drink or nightcap, the Spike Bar and grill opens out on to a sun drenched terrace where you can enjoy the spectacular sunsets over the Open Course and is open 7 days a week from 7:00 AM – 11:00PM.

The wine list is extensive and sure to impress any discerning grape lover with the best Mornington Peninsula wineries represented; craft beer, cider, cocktails, aperitifs, spirits and plenty of non-alcoholic options are also available for all to enjoy.

These are just some of the facilities and experiences available in the resort – our friendly staff are always on hand to recommend a plethora of other attractions in the area to make your stay a memorable one.



Peppers Moonah Links Resort in the Mornington Peninsula is the ultimate destination for golf enthusiasts. Two world-class 18 hole golf courses provide a true test for all levels of golfer, regardless of whether you’re new to the sport or a seasoned pro.
The Open course is truly one of a kind and was the first 18 hole course built and prepared specifically for a national championship – in this case, the Australian Open which Moonah Links hosted in 2003 & 2005.

The Legends Course stands as a tribute to past champions who have contributed to the rich history of Australian golf. In contrast to the Open Course, which was purpose built to challenge the modern champion, the Legends Course is a more friendly golfing experience for players of all ages and abilities.



Pebbles Restaurant

Pebbles Restaurant sources the best seasonal and regional ingredients and turns them into a fine dining experience with sumptuous food, excellent wine choices and impeccable service.


Spike Bar

Relax after a round of golf in the Spike Bar, with superb views of the Open Course and native Moonah trees. The Bar has an area for guests to enjoy a pre-dinner drink or nightcap.



While we aim to make you stay one of relaxation, for those guests wanting to ‘sweat it out’ or burn some excess energy, the Moonah Links resort gymnasium is open 7am-7pm daily at the Moonah Links Golf Academy, open to hotel guests and Medallion members.

Personal Training

VO2 Personal Training has moved to Moonah Links!
Personal Training is the fastest way to reach your fitness goals and trainer Vibeke Ostermark, with her 18 years experience and passion for health and wellbeing, is training onsite at Moonah Links assisting, supporting & motivating individuals to become the best versions of themselves.
See the VO2PT website for more information.  


Moonah Links Resort has a range of activities to keep both big kids and little ones entertained.

Heated swimming pool is available for all guests throughout the year. Guests are welcome to hop on a bike and ride around the resort or perhaps down to the bay or Rye beach. Helmets are provided. Bookings can be made with the Concierge or prior to arrival.

A dedicated recreation lawn offers volleyball, badminton or bocce with soccer nets, cricket sets and footballs available on request for guest use.

Beside the heated outdoor pool you will find a large putting green with putters and balls available from reception.



Nearby Attractions

The Mornington Peninsula is famous for its fine wineries, restaurants and holiday attractions. Fishing, boating, horse riding, bushwalking, beaches and the charming nearby seaside towns of Sorrento, Rye, Rosebud, Dromanna and Portsea combine to make the Mornington Peninsula one of the most exciting visitor regions in Melbourne, Australia and Peppers Moonah Links is the perfect resort from which to base your exploration.
Find the very best of the Mornington Peninsula, right here in the neighbourhood with the Peninsula Hot Springs, St Andrews Beach Brewery and the Cups Estate Winery all neighbouring the property. 
Visit our Explore the Peninsula page for more information on the numerous activities and attractions local to the region.