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.
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.
Vibrant new Aboriginal art from the Central, Western & Eastern deserts, Far North Queensland, the APY Lands, Utopia, the Pilbara, the Kimberley, Tiwi Islands, Arnhem Land and Victoria celebrating the diverse colours, styles and countries of Aboriginal art.
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.
Christmas exhibition and sneak peek of the McCullochs new exhibition space in Flinders! Featuring an exciting new range of Aboriginal paintings, licensed design homewares, carvings and fibre works for imaginative Christmas gifts. Beautiful new art cushions and covers, bags, teapots, hand creams, soaps, salad servers, cards, mugs, glasses cases, scarves and more.
Trudy Baker's 'Little Alpaca' boutique is almost as endearing as the collections of wonderfully soft luxury fibres she stocks. To us, it's a one-stop natural fibre destination. It's the kind of store that specialises in original products with traditional craftsmanship designed by true creatives, and that's what makes it tick. Trudy stocks elegant, hand crafted women's & men's fashions. All products are made with the highest of standards. The fibres in the shop are always soft and easily worn against the skin, and you will find alpaca, merino, possum, cashmere, mohair, silk, cotton, and linen.
Mastering a striking synergy between rural serenity and contemporary comfort, the quintessential country escape awaits in this five-bedroom home with tennis court on 10 acres, backdropped by rolling green hills and Western Port views beyond the treetops.
Going for walk has all the benefits you might think it would. It’s a great way to improve or maintain your overall health - just 30 minutes every day can increase cardiovascular fitness, strengthen bones, reduce excess body fat, and boost muscle power and endurance. But walking is also good for the soul – breathing in fresh air, absorbing the world around you, and taking time out just for you. It’s low impact, it requires no equipment other than a good pair of walking shoes, it can be done at any time of day and you can walk at your own pace. And 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.
From amazing views to farm-gates, general stores, cellar doors and exhilarating country roads – these things are synonymous with the Peninsula. This tour gives you a chance to enjoy the ride, taste some things along the way, and stretch your legs all within a few hours.