Situated at one of the Mornington Peninsula's most beloved and iconic locations, the upcoming Briars Craft and Produce Market will no doubt be a lovely family day out.
Offering graceful rural views over well-tended gardens and all the privacy and serenity Red Hill is renowned for, this fully renovated four-bedroom home on 12 acres (approx) with a rear boundary to Stony Creek is the ideal hinterland hideaway.
Dame Elisabeth Murdoch left the property for people to enjoy and consists of wondrous manicured gardens and peaceful walking areas, set amongst interesting bushland and lakes. The sights and scents at Cruden Farm constantly alter throughout the seasons, and there are many plants and trees to be discovered.
Back in the days before impersonal supermarkets and oversized shopping centres, the humble general store was a community hub, a place that served an important social, as well as supply, service. General stores were once prolific in towns across the Peninsula region, stocking everything from kerosene and toothpaste to fresh bread and milk, run by owners who knew many of the customers by name. In 1924, Merricks General Wine Store opened to serve a variety of needs of the local community.
Come here and you’ll feel like you’ve won the trifecta every time as the vision of St Andrews Beach Brewery is simple - focus on making great beer, serve delicious food & provide visitors to the Pen with an experience to remember.
The finalists are confirmed, and we're excited to announce an incredible roll call of Australia's finest sculptors and visual artists for Montalto Sculpture Prize 2020. 24 sculptures will be installed with the winner announced at Montalto on Sunday, 23rd February.
A private enclave of majestic proportions on 10 manicured acres with a sprawling six-bedroom manor home and flood-lit tennis court, a life of luxury and serenity awaits only 45 minutes from the city.
On the third Sunday of every month, Cruden Farm welcomes people to take a tour of the garden or just come for the day and have a leisurely stroll around the gardens and farm. You are welcome to bring a snack or lunch or you can purchase light refreshments from our pop-up kitchen window!
Steeped in local history and uniquely positioned with main road frontage ideal for a business or tourism venture, Bittern Cottage has been a landmark for more than a century.
Heaven for me is a market – from Salamanca in the middle of a chilly Hobart winter, to a steamy day at Eumundi Market on the Sunshine Coast, nothing beats trawling around, sampling the food, digging through stalls to find something unique and brilliant and simply breathing in the atmosphere.
In 1997, after bathing in the thermal springs of Japan, Charles and Richard Davidson had a vision to bring the hot springs experience to Australia. After eight years of planning and with plenty of perseverance and determination, they opened the first stage of this multi stage development in 2005.