Taste & Tour: $35 per person (allow 40 mins)


From vine to grape-based spirit and into the bottle, a peak behind the curtain will give you a brief history of Bass & Flinders Distillery as well as a guided tour and sensory journey through the process of making our award winning gins, liqueurs and brandies, all in the heart of our production area. 

Includes: Distillery tour, 5 tastings from our wide range of gins and $10 off any bottle purchase.

Tours are run on Friday, Saturday and Sunday and bookings are recommended as group sizes are kept small.

For bookings or enquiries email us

Self-Guided Tours

Looking to discover more of the Mornington Peninsula on your own? You’ve got this! We recommend exploring one of the following local trail maps that feature Bass & Flinders along with some of our local friends and favourite providores.

Habitat - Dromana Artisan Precinct

Locally Made.

Dromana Habitat is a precinct of artisanal makers and producers in the Dromana Industrial Estate, situated at the foothills of the Red Hill hinterland and an easy hour’s drive along the Mornington Peninsula Freeway. Habitat celebrates a veritable smorgasbord of craft experiences, for visitors who possess an inherent element of discovery.

Within one square kilometre, visitors can sample craft beer (including gluten free beer), cider, gin and rum, buy fresh meat and fish, drink freshly roasted coffee, taste locally crafted cheese (vegan and non-vegan) – and marvel at locally crafted surfboards! Most of these are open during the week and on weekends.


Meet the new generation of brewers, cider makers and distillers up close where they practice their craft.

Whether you like Pale Ale, Lager, Brown Ale or IPA you will find one to satisfy your thirst.

Discover sweet, classic and dry ciders and spirits rich in botanicals.

Follow the Beer, Cider + Spirits Trail and sip your way through the homegrown flavours of the Mornington Peninsula. #beerciderspiritstrail

Below are a few tour operators that can help you plan your next trip down the Mornington Peninsula.