Southern Buoy Studios has quickly become a major artistic and creative hub in the heart of Mornington’s commercial district. It's a dynamic and abundant space where artists, studios, exhibitions and events go hand-in-hand, but it also acts as a hub that supports a deep artistic community based on the Mornington Peninsula.
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.
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.
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.
A place of perfect peace and harmony set on 51 acres of rolling green pastures atop the Mornington Peninsula’s Arthurs Seat, this pastoral paradise with an architect-designed seven-bedroom, 4.5 bathroom home with swimming pool and grand-slam tennis court brings resort-style luxury to the country.
50 Stanleys Road, Merricks North 112 ACS Sea views 2 Titles Vacant LandPart of renowned ‘Ambleside’ this magnificent rural holding in two titles to be sold as a whole.Lot A 71 A...
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.
Peppers Moonah Links Resort is a stylish contemporary holiday base located in the heart of the southern Peninsula. From here you can enjoy some of the best experiences the region offers including Peninsula Hot Springs, wineries, miles of coastal escapades, quaint townships or if you’re more inclined to ‘bunk in’ beautifully appointed rooms, two outstanding golf courses, landscaped gardens, an in-house spa, gymnasium and outdoor pool.
If you want someone to make your hay or do your fencing or you want to know where to buy a particular breed of cow or how to put in a bore, talk to Paton Estate Agents. Their approach to business is holistic, reminiscent of old school Stock and Station agents.
Claiming a front-row seat to Western Port all the way to the golden shoreline of Phillip Island, this luxurious four-bedroom limestone homestead on 55 acres showcases the ultimate country-meets-coast lifestyle opportunity.
Summer for Kathy and Bernie from The Red Hill Kitchen in Flinders means: harvesting potatoes, rhubarb, garlic & zucchinis. Planting corn, beans, pumpkins & tying up the tomatoes! It also means keeping busy servicing their many customers who serve their famous condiments on the peninsula and tucking into the beautiful array of foods they put through winter which include olives, salami, preserved lemons etc.
Owners Lana and Ben Smith have created a beautiful store sprinkled with uptown homewares made by artists and craftspeople around Australia that have inspired them. Yes they actually know the people behind the brands! Some are unique, some are eclectic and we’re sure you would agree that most would belong in your home. The main point of difference with The Artisan Storeroom is the quality hardwood furniture on display; made with recycled, reclaimed and milled Australian timbers and steel - all made by hand, with sweat in Ben’s manshed.