About the Area
Some may think that the Mornington Peninsula is only a summer destination, when in fact the Mornington Peninsula is an icredible diverse place with amazing year-round activities and a feast for the eyes with spectacular natural beauty in every season, a host of acivities and experiences and an abundance of quality produce.
Golden sands, wineries, gastronomy, art, fashion, but more importantly solitude and platinum accommodation.
The whole of Europe just over an hour outside of Melbourne on the Mornington Peninsula.
Well known down on the Peninsula for providing the best quality accommodation no matter what the cost of the property, the Beach House Rentals team have been causing quite a ripple in the past 15 years.
We don’t boast about the number of properties that we have, but the quality of them.
From designer style beach houses to vast estates with an abundance of luxurious amenities, Beach House Rentals will apply our corporate professionalism in providing you with the absolute best year round escape. Few real estate companies can offer a personalised, unique and professional service as the Beach House team can.
This tight ship has scoured the Peninsula seas for the best rental accommodation and, property owners in-the-know have sought this crew out to manage their estates.
With no sales to veer us off course, Beach House Rentals is the only ‘one stop accommodation shop’ on the Mornington Peninsula for holiday rentals.
Lifestyles of the rich and famous, with its imposing mansions, landscaped gardens and cliff top walks.
Have fun at the polo or sit back and take in the stunning views.
Swim in the best bayside beaches, surf at the best surf beaches on the Peninsula or simply enjoy the coastal walk to Point King with wonderful views.
Discovered in the late 19th century and was the first white settlement in Victoria in 1803.
The same buildings in locally quarried limestone now house elegant eateries, boutiques and galleries.
A mecca for water sports enthusiasts from sailing and snorkelling to swimming with the seals and dolphins.
The main Sorrento Pier is used to ferry passengers and cars which links Sorrento on the Mornington Peninsula, with neighbouring Queenscliffe on the Belarine Peninsula.
There are a number of walking tracks, picnic spots and lookout areas.
The Sorrento Sailing Club is located nearby. .
Blink and you will miss it or stop and discover trendy eateries, galleries and shops in this charming village.
The town of Blairgowrie is located on on the narrowest wedge of the Mornington Peninsula, looking at Port Phillip Bay to the north and Bass Strait to the south. It features calm and protected white sandy beaches on the bay side and there is a large boat harbour for the Blairgowrie Yacht Sqadron, busy with boating activity
Its fabulous boardwalk and pier, longest on the bay, set against a beautiful foreshore with barbeque facilities, a large rotunda, playground and safe beaches making it a perfect resort for young families.