My kids enjoyed their school excursion to Pure Peninsula Honey so much that they hounded me until I eventually gave in and took them back yesterday afternoon for honey ice creams after school.
I know Moorooduc sounds like it's located in the middle of nowhere, but if you've ever been to Mornington via the Peninsula Link freeway then chances are you've driven past the road that Pure Peninsula Honey farm is located on.
The farm shop has an extensive range of honey and bee products for sale and is well worth a visit.
The Melbourne Crochet Club meets fortnightly to learn crochet, meet other Melbourne mums, and have a good chat. Whether you're a complete beginner or a seasoned pro, everyone is welcome to come along!
The kids will enjoy playing in the sand pit, having a photo with the giant honey bees, looking around the farm, taste testing the honey and choosing which variety to take home to put on their toast for breakfast.
So... why not take them down to Pure Peninsula Honey on your next day trip to the Peninsula!
If you would like to read my full review on Pure Peninsula Honey click here.
Where: 871 Derril Rd Moorooduc (just off Peninsula Link)
When: Open 9am-5pm every day except Christmas
Phone: 03 59788413
Cost: Entry and samples are free
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