Sculpture is an integral part of life at Montalto and a highlight of any visit to the estate. Our Sculpture Trail winds its way through the property and our beautiful natural gallery provides diverse settings for our pieces. You might find monumental works sited in open spaces through to more intimate pieces amongst the wetlands and vines.
A former organic fruit and vegetable farm on 12.5 acres (approx.) with an enchanting three-bedroom stone cottage and detached artist’s studio, this exceptional property is brimming with country charm and spectacular income-earning potential.
“Wow!” The three letter word that Jo and Cosi Melone hear every time a guest steps out of their car and breathes in the view. It is indeed unexpected, a delightful surprise, and breathtaking. Set on a hidden hill that rises over the back of Rosebud and is sheltered by Waterfall Gully, the Blue Range Estate’s view is expansive. Stretching from Western Port Bay and Bass Strait across the Portsea Peninsula and into Port Phillip Bay, the view is unique, and extraordinary.
A hop from the Peninsula's anticipated luxury hotel, Jackalope, Willow Creek's spiritual home will reopen on 01 March, completely reimagined as Rare Hare Wine & Food Store. With indoor and outdoor tables for 90 tails, Rare Hare is a restaurant, wine bar and produce store - destination dining, with a devil-may-care air.
There’s nothing we love more than getting off the beaten track. Yabby Lake, is one of these destinations - frequented by many, yet passed by even more as they approach the Balnarring exit (off the Peninsula Link).
It is said that in every walk with nature one receives far more than one seeks. This is also true when you meander through the Montalto Sculpture Park. Their are 20 permanent sculptures sensitively sited throug...
You know the scene; it’s when you first glimpse the vines on Peninsula Link on the way down to the Peninsula and know you’ve made it somewhere very special. Just off the intersection of the Peninsula Link and M...
A paradigm shift represents a change in thinking, the adoption of a new way of seeing the world, or even a new way of living. As you make your way down the spectacular, long driveway past Paradigm Hill’s lush, tangling vines, you get a visceral sense of the inspiration that drove George and Ruth Mihaly’s change in direction almost 15 years ago, their paradigm shift, when they established a winery on an old Merricks farm.