Flinders in the past 12 months has undergone a renaissance with the addition of galleries, restaurants, cafes and bars but a standout over the years has been Flinders Shed. Head here if you wish to check out this cool shop that stocks contemporary and avant-garde brands. Inconspicuously tucked between two art galleries, this family-owned boutique - run by mother and daughter team Chris and Nat Lawrance, Flinders Shed has created something of a cult following as the boutique is known for showcasing independent designers and is widely considered a haven for those seeking hard-to-find labels.
Harnessing a tranquillity that works in perfect harmony with its relaxed beachside location, lucky are those who secure this enchanting three-bedroom home with deluxe guest house.
A long-term love affair with Santorini, and a passion for Greek food, has brought a new culinary vibe to the Mornington Peninsula. Across the road from the McCrae lighthouse (at what was The Pavilion), Alatonero is giving diners the opportunity to enjoy well known and much loved Greek delicacies. With an impressive resume in the food world, and with energy and drive to burn, Jacqui Poulier found the perfect location for her new venture, where she has brought to life her love of food, cooking, people and stories. The restaurant is light, bright, open and airy with a fresh sea breeze that drifts through the open plan dining area.
It's not a stretch to say that we're all familiar with the "slip, slop, slap" message; however, new research says the risk of skin damage under the sun's rays must be taken more seriously. In a world-first study, researchers from the ANU and NZIWAR found that, on average, regions like the Mornington Peninsula and cities like Melbourne only experienced two days a year where there wasn't enough UV to get sun damage. Two days! They found that even if the UV index is low and if you're outside for more than 15 minutes... you're at risk. Making sure you prioritise a skin check is just as important as a health check.
Marrying striking architecture and enviable positioning within paces of South Beach, this striking four-bedroom home offers all the spoils of seaside living for permanent residents or holidaymakers alike. Gazing out across the Western Port coastline and a cobalt expanse of the bay, the spacious two-storey design flaunts elegant living areas on both levels, while a dedicated dining zone beneath a high cathedral ceiling is flanked by tall sliding glass doors opening to an entertainer’s balcony back dropped by the bay.
An exceedingly rare offering within paces of Balnarring Village, this 1.27 acre parcel with five-bedroom home, large artist’s studio and fine art gallery space bestows the most glorious opportunity for those in search of the ultimate tree change.
Offering a touch of period charm with a privileged seaside address just 850m to South Beach, this circa-1910 Federation bungalow relocated from Caulfield is an enchanting three-bedroom cottage by the sea.
Peninsula Studio Trail Artists are celebrating their 10 year Anniversary by inviting you to an exhibition at Southern Buoy Studios in Carbine Way, Mornington.
Reveling in all the ambience and peace this beachside town is adored for, with a walkway to the beach at the end of the street, the home is a brilliant refurbishment that gives modern style a touch of country charm featuring beautiful oak flooring, granite benchtops and an abundance of windows and skylights to bring the sunlight flooding in.
Upon stepping through the doors of Antipodes Bookshop & Gallery you will feel the cosy calm wash over you. A sanctuary for book lovers, Antipodes’ purpose is to find and champion stories – those that enrich our lives, those that surprise and those that delight. There are other treasures to discover at Antipodes, too: beautiful Australian craft, art and jewellery and carefully curated exhibitions.
Our Grand Tour One is a meandering journey through the Mornington Peninsula that takes you through the hinterland to the rugged south west with a main break at the Peninsula Hot Springs where you will leave feeling relaxed, rejuvenated and ready to soak up some iconic roads and fresh experiences as you journey homeward.
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.