Ninety One Years and Counting

For a true flavour of the peninsula, you can’t go past the Red Hill Show. With its focus on agriculture and horticulture, the 91st annual sh…

Sarah Blasko Peninsula bound

Off the back of a sell-out event in 2018, The Peninsula Picnic returns on Saturday March 30, 2019 with an…

All creatures great and small

By Melissa Walsh Photos: Gary Sissons Ever since Founder and Director of Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conse…

Changing lives one dish at a time

By Melissa Walsh  Photos Garry Sissons Marlene Hoff is a chef, hospitality trainer, entrepreneur, cooking school teacher and owner of 100 Mi…

Sophisticated & chilled

By Melissa Walsh  Photos Yanni He might be only 28 but Leo Howard is a chef to be reckoned with, the…

Dava still an icon 70 years on

By Melissa Walsh  Photos Yanni Steeped in history since the 1920’s, The Dava Hotel with its views ac…

Flavours speak for themselves

Born and bred on the peninsula, Marty Brennan had always wanted to be a chef, having started his culinary…

Born an artist

By Jay McCarthy-Rivero Isolation. A lack of ideas. Difficulty staying motivated. These aspects are the traits that come with being an artist…

The countries of Aboriginal Art

New works for the Colours of My Country exhibition and an illustrated talk features in Everywhen Artspace…

Modern Conservationist

Siri Hayes has quite the connection with the peninsula, growing up with parents who were environmental ac…

Collectively cool

By Melissa Walsh  Photos Yanni Bern Cooper and Micah Mills are a cool couple, with a chilled vibe and a l…

Summer 2018/19 Style File

Summer Fashion on the Peninsula Featuring sundresses in pastels and multicolour patterns, sophisticated maxi dresses, and jewel embedded top…

Spring Style File 2018

Spring Fashion on the Peninsula When the sunshine starts peeping through the clouds and there’s an antici…

J’Aton Couture – A Class act

By Cameron McCullough Photos Shani Hodson - zoso.com.au Their dresses are synonymous with luxury and excl…

Style your home for sale

By Melissa Walsh Photos Gary Sissons Selling your home is one of the biggest financial decisions most peo…

Winter Style File 2018

Winter Fashion On The Peninsula Get inspired with fashion that will warm the heart.   Photos: Yanni …

Songs and times of Sam Cooke

Saturday February 23rd, 2019 Sinclair Artists presents Songs & Times of Sam Cooke, featuring Australian soul singer Gary Pinto and the C…

Astronomy Viewing Night

Friday March 1st 2019, 8pm – 11pm Astronomical Society hosts public viewing nights monthly at the B…

Red Hill Community Market

Saturday 2nd March 2019 from 8am – 1pm Come and enjoy the country ambiance of this much loved marke…

Mornington Racecourse Market

Sunday March 10th 2019 – 9am – 2pm Mornington Racecourse Market Racecourse Road, Mornington (…

Putting the “real” in Real Estate

By Melissa Walsh  Photos Garry Sissons The Crowder name is synonymous with real estate, and has been since 1952 when Geoffrey Crowder’s fath…

Bring it on

Bees are mounting a charge and it’s hard not to notice the deciduous trees budding with new growth. The g…

First of the Super Saturdays

In real estate lingo this weekend is the start of the “SUPER SATURDAYS” for the auction season. An excell…

Spotlight on Dromana

Speaking to those in the know; they’ll tell you Dromana is a must when considering a seachange or looking…

Focus on Moorooduc

Moorooduc is a rural area located in the local government area of the Shire of Mornington Peninsula. The Peninsua Link  now runs throug…

Focus on Frankston

Despite its similar area and name, Frankston City is a different entity to the former City of Frankston w…

Focus on Dromana

Dromana is a bayside centre, nestled between Safety Beach and McCrae, and situated at the foot of the tow…

Focus on Balnarring

Balnarring is situated on the Mornington Peninsula, around 10 kilometres south-west of the major centre o…

Focus on Mount Martha

Mount Martha is a seaside town, 60 kilometres south-east of Melbourne's central business district, on the…