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Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie: For The Whole Family


Address: 45 Cook St, Flinders VIC 3929

Varieties: All things chocolate including hot chocolate and chocolate ice cream

Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie chocolates

Single selection gourmet chocolates (source: Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie Facebook)


This is the little sister of the much larger and more well known Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and the Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie. In a previous life it was owned and run by some serious chocolate makers producing French inspired and handmade treats. The new owners have more of a focus on good quality chocolate with a fun vibe. There’s something to suit everyone from their gourmet single selection chocolates, to blocks with interesting flavours and their famed rocky road. It’s a much more family oriented version of the chocolaterie here. There’s also free samples of their white, milk and dark chocolate buds. It’s in the main street of the pretty seaside town of Flinders too.

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Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie rocky road

Rocky Road varieties (source: Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie Facebook)


Chocolates and other treat

As mentioned, there is something for all chocolate lovers here, from more serious all the way down to small children. Gourmet chocolates that you can pick singly are a hit, blocks are also a fave, you can even do a rocky road masterclass and their ice creams are great.

Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie outside

Enjoying the sun out the front of the chocolaterie (source: Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie Facebook)


Flinders is a really pretty little town with nice cafes, bakery, general store and various boutiques and it also has a nice coastal walk. The chocolaterie is right in the middle of the main street, so it’s a nice spot to visit and then explore Flinders more.

Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie ice cream

Ice Cream selection (source: Mornington Peninsula Chocolaterie Facebook)

What we like

Really friendly with options for the whole family and a nice break from the wine tour trail if your looking to mix things up. It will definitely impress anyone with a sweet tooth.

What we don’t like

It’s not a huge place so can become overrun on weekends with the family crowd so making sure you have a booking is key. Purchases also tend to slow you down, and there will be purchases the goods are too yummy to leave behind.


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