Located on the Mornington Peninsula and within Metropolitan Melbourne, Mount Eliza is the best of both seaside and city living. There are several secluded beaches in the suburb including Daveys Bay, Canadian Bay, Half Moon Bay, Ranelagh Beach, Moondah Beach and Sunnyside North Beach. There are also a number of reserves such as Earimil Creek Bushland Reserve, Howard Parker Reserve and Mount Eliza Regional Park.
All sporting enthusiasts are catered for in Mount Eliza with its own Football, Cricket, Soccer, Pony, Bowls, Tennis and Yacht Clubs. Plus of course the Mount Eliza Skate Park situated within the Emil Madsen Reserve.
The suburb is home to excellent secondary schools such as Peninsula Grammar, Toorak College and Mount Eliza Secondary College, and several primary schools including St Thomas More Primary, Mount Eliza Primary and Mount Eliza North Primary.
The suburb’s main shopping precinct – Mount Eliza Village – is an excellent collection of shops and eateries ranging from casual cafes through to fine dining restaurants. Major banks and supermarkets are also conveniently located in the Village.
Steeped in history and full of stunning homes, Mount Eliza is one of Melbourne’s most picturesque suburbs to live in. Mount Eliza is 50 km from the CBD and it’s part of the Shire of Mornington Peninsula. The postcode for the suburb is 3930.
Rockwood favourites in Mount Eliza
Ranelagh Beach, Mount Eliza Village shopping precinct, Mount Eliza Regional Park.