Shoreham Accommodation


Area Info for your upcoming Shoreham Holiday on Australia’s magnificent Mornington Peninsula


At the mouth of Western Port bay, with a coastline renowned for its surfing, the landscape in Shoreham transitions from coastal dunes and Moonah forests to bushland with towering gums. Just across the bay sits Phillip Island and if you’re lucky you might just spy Southern Right, Humpback, or Killer Whales during their visit to the bay throughout the Winter migration. When you’re not whale spotting, check out some of the other attractions in the area, like the Marine Sanctuary, Sculpture Park, wineries, and why not treat yourself to Yoga by the Yachts in nearby Flinders.


Shoreham holiday rentals and holiday homes


The Houses:

Go Coastal Holiday rentals are private, self contained entire home residences on the Southern Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, Australia. Whether its views sea views, a private spa or swimming pool, open fire, alfresco dining with landscaped garden, modern luxury amenities or all of the above that you’re looking for, a Go Coastal Holiday rental can offer the perfect place in a fabulous location for your upcoming getaway.


Catering to groups of guests, families with kids, couples, and even offering some pet friendly accommodation. Our holiday rentals have all the essentials for a fun filled beach holiday: from a fantastic kitchen to comfortable beds and luxury linen, family sized lounge rooms and free internet access to keep everyone entertained.


The Beaches:


Shoreham Foreshore Reserve has magnificent gum trees and native bushland brushing up against the white sand of Shoreham beach. If you enjoy long walks on the beach, you can get down to the water’s edge via Viewbank street and walk north toward Point Leo surf beach, Deep Rockpool, and Crunchie Point Lookout. Always check the tides before heading off along the shore!


Mushroom Reef Marine Sanctuary and Westhead Lookout: Mushroom Reef has traditionally been an important meeting place and area for fishing and harvesting shellfish for the Bunurong People of the Kulin Nation who are the custodians of the lands and waterways of the peninsula. The reef is an important marine environment, made up of countless micro-habitats home to all sorts of extraordinary species including threatened bird species and Victoria’s beloved Weedy Seadragons. Visit 2 hours either side of low tide to explore as much of the reef as possible and take your snorkelling gear to peer into mysterious worlds. Please bring a camera and take lots of pictures as removing anything from the reef is prohibited to ensure the fragile ecosystem is maintained.


Long Stay Accommodation:


Long stay accommodation available through Go Coastal in Shoreham affords you time to settle in and fill your days at a leisurely pace. Give us a call to have a chat with us about our pricing options–the longer you stay the less you pay!


Working Holiday Accommodation:


Many Melbournites are leaving the rush of the city to escape into luxury and seaside charm while they work remotely. When searching Go Coastal for your next workation just add ‘desk’ to the available filters and peruse the options suitable for you. Choose from smart and comfy flats or breezy, lux holiday homes where you can go for a dip in the pool, play some golf on the weekend and treat yourselves to a meal at one of the Mornington Peninsula’s top restaurants.


Monthly Accommodation:


Enjoy a monthly stays discount available through Go Coastal at our luxurious and family friendly Shoreham accommodation close to the ocean, with comfortable beds, peaceful gardens, all the amenities you might need to feel at home free WiFi, and Netflix to keep the kids entertained.


Wedding Accommodation:


Shoreham is the perfect place to hold a wedding and reception with plenty of luxury accommodation where guests can make a whole weekend of the celebration. Contact Go Coastal to organise group accommodation across several properties in Shoreham and enjoy a grouped stays discount!


How do you get to Shoreham?


Arriving at Airport:

It is possible to hire a car from either Tullamarine or Avalon Airport. Don’t forget to book ahead of time! We recommend Kangaroo Rentals. It is also possible to hire a car once you get to the Peninsula: Avis Car Hire in Rosebud is the closest place.


By Car:


Located only 1hr 15mins from Mlebourne, Shoreham is easy to get to by car. Take the M11 (Mornington Peninsula Freeway) toll road. Then take exit 19 for C784 towards Balnarring.


Public Transport:


It is possible to get to Shoreham from Melbourne via a train and then a bus. However we recommend that guests have a car during their stay as the best way to explore Shoreham.


Things to do in and around Shoreham


Wine Tasting at Nazaaray Winery


Yoga: nothing says ‘unwind’ quite like Yoga By The Yachts. Grab your mat and head to Flinders Foreshore for yoga at Flinders beach from 8-9 am. Just $15 a session, this is a great way to connect with the community. Yoga Ease is right near Flinders Pier, so you can start your morning off right by the bay.


Point Leo Boat Club: offering sailing lessons, family sailing trips, film nights, yoga by the bay, music on the deck on Sundays and even a junior disco, the boat club is a local strong hold.


Striking and Sustainable Gardens: visit the elegant grounds and display gardens of Drought Tolerant Plants in Shoreham perched atop windswept hills with spectacular views of the bay. These beautiful – and of course hardy – display gardens are arranged in such a way as to inspire even the most seasoned gardener. Even if you’re not designing a garden yourself, the property is well worth the visit simply to enjoy the beautiful array of plants and to maybe pick up a little something for yourself from their nursery.


Ashcombe Maze and Lavender Garden: be intoxicated by the labyrinth of lavender and spoil yourself or someone special in the gift store where you will find every luxury lavender product imaginable.


Pt. Leo Estate Sculpture Park: stroll through the outdoor sculpture gallery at Pt. Leo Estate, Merricks, to enjoy art from international and Australian artists. Open daily from 11am to 5pm, Pt. Leo Estate Sculpture Park offers tickets for 30-minute or 60-minute walks through the landscaped gardens. The sculptures range in styles, representing culture and artistic expression from all walks of life.


Gordon Studios Glassblowers: the Gordon family are three generations of glassblowers, visit their studio in Red Hill where you can see Rish, Alasdair, Calum, Hamish, Kevin, Grant and Eileen’s expert works on display. From the mezzanine you can also watch artists hot at work transforming molten glass into myriad forms before they go into the gallery and shop. Make a memory you won’t forget and a souvenir to take home at a glass blowing workshop! The one-day beginner’s workshop uses ancient Venetian techniques to teach you how to make two paperweights and a tumbler glass.


Where to eat and drink in Shoreham



Booking holiday accommodation with Go Coastal is 20% cheaper!


Go Coastal makes booking Shoreham holiday rentals a breeze. We are a small, independent business and can guarantee fantastic customer service, prompt communication, and transparency. Securing a reservation directly through us is up to 20% cheaper than third party platforms such as Airbnb and which charge commission.


Navigating our site is easy: Just pop in your dates and number of guests, with the option to filter your price range, and hit search. Follow this link to view our current Blairgowrie holiday accommodation. Or check out all our Accommodation options and ‘Hot Deals‘ section!


Contact us via email or give us a call any day of the week! The staff at Go Coastal are locals with a wealth of knowledge to help provide all guests with a fantastic beach holiday in this great location. We are more than happy to share tips about the many activities and attractions to enjoy on your visit to this magnificent coastal area.