Luxury Home on 11 Pristine Acres All the glamour and cutting-edge design of an urban home yet with generous, light-filled dimensions and a picturesque backdrop of lush green countryside, this exquisite four-be...
9th June to 29th July 2018: 11am to 4pm 9 June 2018, 11:00 AM to 29 July 2018, 4:00 PMFounding Artists + Emerging Talents of Aboriginal ArtJune 9 - July 29Featuring works from seven regions. Foundi...
There’s a wonderland in Langwarrin (just outside Frankston) that’s larger than life - with over 100 sculptures, 16 hectares of native bushland and landscaped gardens, art gallery and licensed café and to top it off… it’s free.
Local resident and talented architect Michael Baker exudes enthusiasm for all things creative. Architecture, landscapes, family, food, surfing and community. Michael spoke fervently about the incredibly diverse creative community that live and work in Mount Eliza and across the Mornington Peninsula.
11am and 3pm, Saturday 14 April to Sunday 15 April 14 April 2018, 11:00 AM to 15 April 2018, 4:20 PMOnce in a while something raises the hair on the back of your neck. Something incredibly minimal, beautif...
Explore the contemporary art collection at Yabby Lake Vineyard, on a special behind-the-scenes Art and Winery Tour led by Paul Barfoot, curator of the collection. Drawing on a range of mediums, from large-scale sculpture to photographic works, ceramics, paintings and new media, the tour will conclude with a convivial wine tasting and discussion with Paul and the Yabby Lake team. Places are strictly limited and prior bookings essential.
Peninsula Hot Springs is pleased to announce the cultural walk and bathe experience will now be offered twice a month (on the last weekend of the month, on both Saturday and Sunday) until July 1 2018. Hosted by Gunditjmara Kirrae Wurrung, a Bundjalung man, Lionel Lauch, this experience explores the No 16 beach divide in Rye.
Unique presentation of 60+ works of Aboriginal art with informative commentary on the art, artists and regions by Whistlewood co-curator Susan McCulloch OAM Free event but bookings essential: mccullochart.eventbrite.com.au
Chef Phil Wood showcases Mornington produce at this spectacular venue. Pt. Leo Estate is situated on Victoria's pristine Mornington Peninsula. The property lies on the eastern side of the Peninsula with views over of Western Port Bay and Phillip Island.
Over the past 6 decades, regular visitors to the McCulloch family’s atmospheric home gallery Whistlewood at Shoreham have included many of Australia’s most well known landscape artists such as Arthur Boyd, Albert Tucker, Fred Williams and Russell Drysdale.
There’s a buzz in the air in the Mornington Peninsula, and it comes in the form of a contemporary cutting edge designer hotel, formal restaurant, smart bar, casual dining experience and cellar door. The name is Jackalope – and it’s the new home of Willow Creek Vineyard Wines. So what is a Jackalope? A Jackalope is a mythical North American folklore character – a rabbit with antlers – and this mythical symbol has been brought to life with a breathtaking sculpture by Emily Floyd, a Melbourne artist who is most famous for The Bird and the Worm on Eastlink. This seven-metre magnificent Jackalope sculpture proudly sits in the forecourt of the property. Extraordinary, contemporary and bold, the Jackalope property is indeed a unique environment from a design point of view. There is so much more to cover, but the focus of this postcard is Rare Hare - a casual environment, with a food offering that is generous, honest and great value.
When we tell you that Blane Paton from Paton Estate Agents in Balnarring is the epitome of your Peninsula farmer, it’s the truth. If seeking advice on what to look out for in this neck of the woods we value his opinion and experience greatly. If your thoughts move you to covet a beautiful rural property or beach house on the Peninsula, then speaking to Paton Estate Agents first could be your best move. After 50 summers, Paton Estate Agents have seen many changes from the time when orchards, dairy & sheep farms were numerous.