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Things To Do In Mount Eliza 

For some Clubs the trip to Mount Eliza can be a longer than your normal soccer drive, so why not take in the sights and sounds while you are here in our beautiful part of the Mornington Peninsula.

From Markets to walking & bike tracks to historical railways there are plenty of things to do in Mount Eliza and that’s before you get to the beach.

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Mt Eliza Village

Situated a short 5-minute drive from our home grounds is the Mt Eliza Village, consisting of a wide variety of shops and local business. Famous for its Café’s and outdoor dining we highly encourage you to check out the Village.  Don’t tell the kids but there are some great Ice cream vendors as well! .

Mornington Heritage Railway

For those playing on a Sunday you have the opportunity to visit the historical Mornington Railway which operates along the original Mornington Branch Line. They have steam and Diesel trains running on the line. If you listen carefully, you might hear the train while playing as the line runs right next to our home grounds.

Moorooduc Station Makers Market

Operating during Pre and Post Season (when the Mount Eliza Cup is on) a trip to the Moorooduc Station Makers Market is must and a great way to spend a few hours. You can always ride the train afterwards.

Railway Bike/Walking Track

If Trains aren’t your scene perhaps bring your bikes. Next to the Train Track a 1 minute walk from our gates is a bike/walking path that takes you the length of the train track.  It’s a bit ruff at times so make sure you have an off-road bike and if walking some good walking shoes.

Mt Eliza Regional Park

Opposite the Train Station is Mt Eliza Regional Park, a great spot to visit for walking, bike riding, Duck feeding or a picnic spot for the family.  While there you can check out the old Quarry, it’s a bit of a hike but well worth it.

The Beach

What would the Mornington Peninsula be without beaches.  Drive through the village and you will find the Beach. Sure, it may be winter when you visit us for your match however some say that’s the best time to hit the sand.

Mount Eliza Farmers Market

We all love a farmers’ market, however this one boast's some of the best produce on the Mornington Peninsula.  If you are playing at Emil Madsen and it's Market Day do yourself a favour and pay a visit.














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