It’s about the little things that make a big difference, and it’s all on display when you find your way to The Red Hill Kitchen at Flinders.
Immersed in a picturesque rural landscape and positioned close to the beautiful Somers Promenade beach, your rural paradise awaits on this 40-acre property with elegant farmhouse and substantial rural lifestyle facilities.
The home features open plan living with combustion heating supported by split systems. The master bedroom with walk in robe, ensuite and adjacent living space provides private and expansive outlook into a mature treed setting. An additional 3 bedrooms - one with ensuite - are supported by modern bathrooms.
14 February 2019, 9:00 AM to 24 February 2019, 5:00 PMTaste your way around the world one ice cream scoop at a time! Join us for 12 days of creamy and dreamy delights inspired by every corner of the globe s...
10 March 2019, 12:00 PM to 10 March 2019, 3:00 PMPeninsula Piers and Pinots will be held on 10 March 2019 at Flinders Foreshore from 12-3pm. Around twenty Mornington Peninsula vignerons will showcase mariti...
A cracking new gallery has opened in Flinders run by highly regarded art writers, curators and gallerists, Susan McCulloch and Emily McCulloch Childs. The big, bright and architectural space replaces the McCullochs home gallery Whistlewood as their exhibition venue.
Words truly can’t describe Big Beautiful Backyard but if you’re after a laid back escape where you can hole up and do exactly as you please – think Henry Miller - then follow this through. A true couples only retreat, BBB is nestled between the sand dunes and tea trees of St Andrews Beach and its magnificent rugged ocean.
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.