St Andrews Beach

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Area Info for your upcoming St Andrews Beach Holiday in Go Coastal’s Golf Apartments, Beachside Accommodation, and Houses for the Whole Family

St Andrews is positioned on the Ocean side of the Peninsula, between Rye and Gunnamatta. A small hamlet with boundless natural beauty, St Andrews is home to some of the best Golf Greens in Australia, including St Andrews Beach Golf Course – an 18-hole course designed by world renowned course architect, Tom Doak. Go Coastal Holidays offers accommodation situated right on the cusp of its rolling terrain, literally step out onto the back deck of our St Andrews Beach Appartments and take in the manicured greens and native surrounds of the course.

 If you like long walks on the beach, St. Andrews Beach is your destination. From St. Andrews Beach carpark at the end of Paradise Dr, you can access the beach and walk 40 minutes in either direction before being cut off by coves and jutting cliffs. Please always check the tides before venturing out along the ocean beaches as many sections of beach become too narrow to pass during mid-high tide. 

Things to do in St Andrews:

St Andrews is the perfect place for those wanting to get away from the summertime crowds in the more populated neighbourhoods of the Mornington Peninsula. Although there aren’t many shops or restaurants in the immediate area, a short drive will get you to a bevy of fantastic activities such as:

  • Hot Springs: At Peninsula Hot Springs and the new Alba Thermal Springs there are an array of luxurious treatments to totally bliss out to. The natural geothermal springs, full of revitalising natural elements, will nourish your body and ease your mind.
  • Winery Lunches: Famous for our cool-climate wines, the Mornington Peninsula is a wine-lovers paradise. Discover wineries up in the hinterlands and dotted along the Peninsula, with tastings, grazings, functions, picnics and cellar doors available. Can’t decide which of the 50 plus wineries to visit? Take a tour with local experts For the Love of Grapes who will personally introduce you to the biggest and best as well as boutique hidden gems across the peninsula. Or check out our Open Estates listings to find the perfect place for your next Mornington Peninsula winery lunch.
  • Family Fun at Pero Alpaca Farm: Meet some of the most adorable creatures on the planet at Pero Alpacas Open Farm Days. During April and May you can even say hello to the newborns! Be sure to check out their gift store full of exquisite Alpaca Wool hand spun and hand knitted products.

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