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Blairgowrie Accommodation, Attractions, Walks and Beaches

Blairgowrie Accommodation

We have a number of beautiful properties to choose from in Blairgowrie:

Blairgowrie Accommodation
THE quintessential beach house in Blairgowrie

Warrawee – Moonah Beach Retreat is THE quintessential beach house.  Set amidst native vegetation and on almost an acre this marvellously weathered wooden house is split into two wings.  Centre is a large lounge/Dining/Kitchen with doors on all sides in one direction a heated swimspa and in the other a deck and tennis court.  In winter the log fire keeps things cosy and the vaulted ceilings add a feeling of space.  Newly installed evaporative cooling keeps the whole house cook in summer.

At each end is a bedroom wing.  To the West two bedrooms with a shared spa bathroom and to the East two further bedrooms with a shared bathroom and laundry.

Bluewater@Blairgowrie is the spot if you are looking for a super family friendly accommodation option where at least two families can share the cost.  This five bedroomed house has three bathrooms and two lounge areas (one outside on a closed in verandah) and a great kitchen/dining area where you can gather and chat.  But most of all it has a year round heated swimming pool and spa, table tennis, trampoline and stuff for the kids.

Luxury Holiday Rentals Mornington Peninsula
Family Friendly Blairgowrie Accommodation – year round heated pool

Elie Cottage – this cute little Blairgowrie cottage accommodation is great value for money.  It can sleep 4 adults and 4 children and is only 700 metres from the beach and the shops.  Perfect for kids with a trampoline, cubby house and dedicated kids room with xbox.  Checkout all our Blairgowrie Accommodation

Blairgowrie Accommodation
The best value for money – Elie Cottage

 Blairgowrie Attractions

Blairgowrie is a peaceful and naturally protected seaside village nestled between Rye and Sorrento at the southern end of the Mornington Peninsula. Blairgowrie bayside beach is safe, calm and perfect for paddling, whereas Blairgowrie backbeach is wild and wicked and suitable only for surfing and strong swimmers.

Take a stroll through the village shops in the morning, where you will find some tantalizing cafes and restaurants, a great gallery, gift shops and more. In the afternoon, go for a sail on Port Philip Bay on an awesome luxury yacht.

Blairgowrie is a wonderful place to get away from the hussle of city life and relax and rejuvinate for a few days.

Its all about the water at Blairgowrie

Blairgowrie Walks and Beaches

Get back to nature with a leisurely walk along the back beach or follow the loop track at Bridgewater Bay for some sensational views. Please be aware of the surf conditions as these Bass Strait beaches can be extremely dangerous.

Bridgewater Bay is popular with families for its relatively protected sandy beach, extensive rock pools at low tide and stunning cliff top views. The bay forms a large natural amphitheater as it is surrounded by impressive sandstone cliffs.

A walking track to the bay starts at a small car park at the end of St Johns Wood Road and a steep staircase descends from the cliffs to the beach below. Views are available from the walking track west towards Spray Point.

Diamond Bay, named after the Diamond jubilee of Queen Victoria, is a popular family beach surrounded by impressive sandstone cliffs.

The site is a popular location for surf fishing as is slightly more protected than other areas of the coast with extensive rock platforms.

Diamond Bay Road leads to a small car park behind the beach which is accessed from a walking track and steep staircase.

Head east to the St Pauls lookout and circuit walk which was a strategic observation site for the early settlers and gives stunning views over the Bay of Islands.

Head west to Jubilee Point for views back to Sorrento. The headland of Jubilee Point also separates Diamond Bay from the smaller St Pauls Beach.

The area around Diamond Bay contains significant Aboriginal midden sites. Please stay to formed tracks to avoid disturbing these fragile, protected sites.