Mount Eliza, VIC 3930

4.7(35 reviews)

Ranked 14th best suburb by locals in Melbourne (Greater) Region, VIC

Great for

  • Clean & green
  • Safe and sound
  • Schools
  • Neighbourly spirit
  • Parks and recreation

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Reviews of Mount Eliza, VIC

fionamcutchen
fionamcutchen
9th August 2021

"The best balance of beach and bush, 50 minutes from town"

We moved from Beaumaris a few years ago and are so glad we got here before the pandemic pushed the prices right up. We have almost an acre in the woodlands estate, so close to the village but it feels like we are on our own little oasis in the tree tops waking up each morning to the kookaburras. So many gorgeous cafes and wineries, not just in Mount Eliza but surrounds. Mornington in summer is as vibey as any street in Melbourne but the quietness of Mount Eliza is a few minutes away is a safe haven to return home to. The only downside I can think of is that people burn off in winter a lot and powertools start up on a Saturday morning - these bigger blocks need a fair bit of upkeep. Schools choices are up there with Melbourne. Best of both worlds.

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kimstar21
kimstar21
3rd July 2021

"Beautiful bayside suburb perfect for families"

I’ve lived in Mt Eliza for 8 years (moved from Wheelers Hill) and I’ve never looked back. My kids go to the local primary school (one of the four great schools - you can’t go wrong with any of them) and made lots of wonderful friends.
There are lots of green spaces, parks and beaches. The atmosphere is friendly, community feel, and you feel safe everywhere you go. We leave our kids’ bikes and scooters in our front yards and have never had issues with theft or crappy neighbours. As the blocks are bigger than suburban blocks, you also have more privacy.

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fionah18
fionah18
19th March 2021

"Moved here after lockdown. Best decision of my life."

Moved here after lockdown. Best decision of my life. Great people, beautiful beaches, love the Peninsula!

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eliza19k
eliza19k

Dont you miss the diversity and culture though? Mt Eliza is all white and no culture, unless you call a latte or beach swim culture.

nickf5
nickf5

Thats precisely why we live here

fionamcutchen
fionamcutchen

Eliza, it's only a short drive into Melbourne. Depends what you want. It is very anglo but that's changing. It's not great for young adults if you like going to live gigs, or eating out at a different place each week. But it does have it's own culture and there are great places to discover including galleries if you're up for a drive.

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ashp12
ashp12
14th January 2021

"Moved from Aspendale with no regrets"

Moved here approximately 12 months ago. Moved from a small block in Aspendale which was getting overrun with 4 storey apartment blocks. Best decision we ever made. We got a great house on a great block with a pool and tennis court for the same price. It’s the best watching your kids run around the backyard with plenty of room to play and grow. Neighbours and community are great looking forward to the next 30 years in our family home.

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jenniferc38
jenniferc38
10th January 2021

"Clean and peaceful living on the Mornington Peninsula!"

Closest Peninsula suburb to the CBD with the ocean/rural lifestyle that everyone wants. Love it. My sister lives there. Hope to live there one day.

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sheenas2
sheenas2
15th November 2020

"Overrated. Not a patch on Toorak, Malvern, Camberwell, Brigton, Kew, Canterbury"

Taka closer look, under the veneer and you will see it for what it is. Do your homework/research. Visit it and you will see the real truth, dotted by aged care facilities. Not as posh or sophisticated as they would like to think it is. It is no longer as pleasant as it was over 10 years ago as the demographic has changed. Stacks of wannabes and nomads with no taste or culture. It is not Camberwell, Brighton, Canterbury, Hawthorn or Toorak. Residents don't ring up the council to get graffiti cleaned up. Subdividing galore has gone on sadly, destroying Walter Burley Griffin's orignal vision for Mount Eliza. All the grand old mansions have been levelled for subdivision purposes. How much smaller can you get! All over Victoria, once picturesque, pristine places have been ruined by subdivisions.

nickf5
nickf5

I can tell you do not live here. What a ridiculous observation. Dont believe a word of it.

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gordonm4
gordonm4
15th September 2020

"A slice of paradise within an hour's drive to Melbourne."

Great people, great village, beautiful beaches, no subdivisions allowed, great schools, dining, coffee. I've lived in four first world countries and all over Greater Melbourne (South Yarra, St. Kilda, Williamstown, Carlton, Surrey Hills, Brighton, Beaumaris, Sandringham, South Melbourne). Mount Eliza is hands down the best.

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angelao5
angelao5
31st August 2020

"Couldn't ask for a better place to live!"

Beautiful diverse area with something to suit everyone. Not only are there lovely beaches but you can also live in a 'bush' setting on the other side of Nepean highway. Either way you can't go wrong. Quinns estate area is peaceful and wonderfully family-friendly. Such a great neighbourly community and I absolutely love living here. My friends always comment on how it feels like living in the Dandenongs and yet only 5 mins drive to the beach! Houses get snapped up pretty quickly and people don't tend to leave once here.

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emily-goumas
emily-goumas
13th January 2020

"Seaside living"

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jayme-wallison
jayme-wallison
5th September 2019

"Absolutely love this suburb"

What an amazing part of the world to live in... surrounded by beautiful beaches and attractions, this stunning suburb has it all.. I instantly felt at home when settling into the area because the local community is full of friendly, wonderful people - it’s almost as though we are all one big extended family..
I love working locally and thoroughly enjoy meeting everyone via my role..
Jayme Wallison - Director / Licensed Agent - Black Fox Real Estate

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edwardsg
edwardsg

I am planning to visit Melbourne for 1 year. It seems this is where I would really love to spend my year away from Africa. What advise would you give me please. I am traveling with my wife. My email: [email protected] Thank you.

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adams29
adams29
23rd August 2019

"no thanks"

The corrosive nature of saltwater, potential flood damage, and expensive insurance threaten to cut holes in the pocket.

michellek24
michellek24

Wow, how do you get up in the morning? I would be terrified if you are worried about salt water and flood damage. Simple, do your research, dont buy property with a flood overlay. But really, floods can happen anywhere at anytime so looks like youre up a creek without a paddle.

nickf5
nickf5

Funny little man is Adam! Maybe he forget to mention the doubling of the house prices in Mt Eliza since he posted this garbage

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sarahe18
sarahe18
9th July 2019

"‘Exclusive’, but inclusive"

I fell in love with Mount Eliza thirty years ago, when I was lucky enough to live and work there for a while.
Although it’s grown a huge amount since then, it has managed to hang onto its small town, homely feel.
I’m hoping to actually make it home soon 🤞

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francisf2
francisf2
11th June 2019

"Mt Eliza - beach town"

I am not living in this area because of global warming. Rising sea level will be disaster.

michellek24
michellek24

At its highest point Mt Eliza is 165m above sea level. If you think sea levels are going to rise that high then I think Melbourne in general will have a serious problem. Alternatively, dont buy walking distance to the beach... those poor people in those multi million dollar properties (insert sarcasm)

nickf5
nickf5

dont you just live a greenie?

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stacey_kennedy
stacey_kennedy
6th June 2019

"Stunning town, good people and the beach!"

An enviable and exclusive locale, a dream location, situated within strolling distance to the beach, boutiques, and cafes of Mt Eliza Village. The town is super pretty and has excellent shopping and dining options. The Ranaleigh Country Club is also a really great place to hold a function and the local pub (Canadian Bay Hotel) is fantastic!

Stacey Kennedy
Leasing Division Manager
Ash Marton Realty

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annikaa
annikaa
1st March 2019

"Beautiful suburb"

Mount Eliza is a lovely place to live. We live in the beautiful Quinns estate area of Mount Eliza. We have lived here for over 15 years and we love it (as do all our neighbours - no one wants to leave!!) So peaceful, leafy and idyllic. A bit of bush by the sea! Can't ask for more than that! Lot's of houses in this area also have lovely views of the bay or the Moorooduc plains as it is the 'hilly' part of Mount Eliza. A great little cafe within strolling distance at the top of Mountain View Rd and and only a few minutes drive to the Village. Will never live anywhere else :-)

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"Upmarket suburb providing a lavish lifestyle"

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"Marvellous Mansions in Mt Eliza"

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"Relaxation and stunning scenery. A warm, welcoming, vibrant village atmosphere as well."

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"Lovely Mount Eliza"

Mount Eliza's lush greenery and beach lifestyle

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"Mt Eliza's beachside lifestyle"

blue chip suburb on peninsula

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ellap1
ellap1

What a great overview of the area. As a person looking to move from interstate, l found this very helpful. Thank you.

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"Mount Eliza A Great Place to Live"

Mount Eliza is located on the coast between the large centres of Frankston and Mornington on the Mornington Peninsula. We are lucky to have the mountains and sea with secluded sandy beaches in small bays and coves and stunning walking trails incorporating the former Moorooduc Quarry and offers views across the surrounding plains.
We have an attractive commercial centre which is located approximately one kilometre inland along Mount Eliza Way and Canadian Bay Road which has many specialty shops, IGA and Woolworth’s super markets and a fabulous choice of restaurants.
We have a number of social and sporting clubs including the bowling club, tennis clubs, football club, cricket club and the Canadian Bay Club and the Ranelagh Clubs.
The farmers market is held once a month in the heart of village and depending on the season, shoppers will find both organic grown fruit and vegetables, free-range eggs, meat, smallgoods, bread, boutique beers and wine and free entertainment.
We are also blessed with excellent state, catholic and private schools including Mt Eliza North Primary, Mt Eliza Primary, Kunyung Primary, Toorak College, Peninsula Grammar, St Thomas More and Mt Eliza Secondary.
As a resident and real estate agent for over 20years in Mt Eliza I have seen the area change and grow but it has always kept its village charm. It is a wonderful place to raise a family or just being part of a wonderful community. I could not recommend this part of the world more highly.
Dorothy Alkemade Director of Point2 Real estate and Licenced Estate Agent

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"Mount Eliza"

Mount Eliza is a great place to live on the Mornington Peninsula. It boosts a variety of boutique shops, cafes and restaurants along the main strip making you feel right at home with its cozy and welcoming atmosphere.
Mount Eliza has some great parks where the kids can play, a bowling club where you can participate in lawn bowling competitions and have some fun at barefoot bowling with your friends, boat clubs where you can entertain or just have a casual catch up, a tennis club where you can practise your skills. Mount Eliza has what you need.
The suburb has a lot of good schools both primary and secondary; Peninsula Grammar, Kunyung Primary, Mount Eliza Secondary College and Toorak College.
With Moondah, Ranelagh, Half Moon Bay, Canadian Bay and Daveys Bay beaches along the Mount Eliza coast line, the shops, cafes and restaurants, the friendly and welcoming atmosphere from the locals, Mount Eliza is a great suburb with many positive attributes.

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"Cosy village with a fantastic community"

Mount Eliza is a highly-regarded suburb on the Mornington Peninsula, and there’s a reason for it. Mount Eliza is full of amazing properties and has many boutique shops, cafes and restaurants in the main town that add to the cosy village feel that can't be beaten. With tree lined streets and such proximity to the beach Mount Eliza is something special. Another great feature of Mount Eliza is the great schools in the area such as Mount Eliza Primary, Mount Eliza North Primary, Kunyung Primary, St Thomas More Primary, Toorack College, Peninsula Gramma and Mount Eliza High, you’re sure to find the perfect fit for your family. Mount Eliza also features great clubs such as the Canadian Bay and Ranelagh Club where you can get involved in the great community of Mount Eliza and relax with friends and family.

Mount Eliza is a great place to live!

Nicholas Lynch
Real Estate Agent – Mount Eliza

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"Best part of Melbourne and surrounds"

I absolutely LOVE Mt Eliza.

The first time I drove through the village I fell in love with the vibe.

Driving around the streets I knew this is where I want to live as it felt safe and is beautiful.

Once I saw Kunyung Primary School and its view out over the bay I started making plans to move to the area so my child could go to this amazing school.

Mt Eliza has the best of both worlds. It has amazing beaches and also great woodlands with lots of wildlife all with being easy driving distant to CBD.

So glad to now call Mt Eliza home.

Great for

  • Beach life
  • Nature
  • Perfect
  • Beautiful homes
  • Cosy village
  • Peace and quiet

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eliza19k
eliza19k

Disagree with you on Kunyung Primary. The only good thing about that school is the view. Has the highest turnover rate of the local primary schools and a socially disastrous multi-age system, among many other issues. Mount Eliza North very highly regarded locally with a big waiting list and justifiably. Agree with you on everything else though... stop telling everyone!

mt3
mt3

Not true. Kunyung is great and Mount Eliza north has multi age also. Don't believe reviews, go see schools yourself. They are all great in ME stop complaining!

electriccars
electriccars

Mt Eliza does have the best variety and best performing schools on the Mornington Peninsula. Mt Eliza is the educated suburb.

nickf5
nickf5

My two children go to Kunyung and it is simply incredible. The teaching staff, facilities and opportunities presented there are second to none. Living close by to the school is wonderful as they allow children to play on their grounds outside school hours. Very different to the normal and I feel blessed to be able to offer my children this. PS there are no waiting lists. Check it out yourself rather than read the dribble posted by Eliza19k!

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"Mount eliza"

Perfection. Out of the rat race yet amongst multi million dollar homes beachside living at its best.

Great for

  • Beautiful homes
  • Cosy village
  • Peace and quiet

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"One of the most underrated gems on the Mornington Peninsula"

Having lived here for almost a quarter of my lifetime, Mt Eliza will almost always be home to my schooling and childhood.

The suburb is quite underrated compared to the more notable big hitters Sorrento and Portsea. There are excellent schools within the area. I went to Mt Eliza Primary School and the state scedonary scool along Canadian Bay road. For girls, Toorak College is a consistent performer alongside the more notable Peninsula School. I went to the local kinder too- fond memories

The Village is very quiet and peaceful- perfect ofr a short stroll or a bite to eat.

People are friendly and delightful- although late last year at the local newsagent, for the very first time in my life, I met a woman who was quite, well, dare I say it, both inconsiderate and childish. But that was just only one person- 99% of the people within this area are lovely and delightful!

I still try to make up lost time with some old school chums every now and then- althought they have gone their seperate ways.

Houses are a mixture but for the very best one needs to drive down Kunyung Road, Canadian Bay Road and the streets off Old Mornington Road and Toorak College for panoramic ocean, bay views and grand mansions.

Oh and don't forget the Manyung Gallery! Haven't been there before but will give it a shot one day!

No matter where I move off to in either Melbourne or interstate- I will still refer to Mt Eliza as home

Great for

  • Peace and quiet
  • Beautiful homes
  • Cosy village

Not great for

  • Lack of public transport

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JVS
JVS

Have you noticed a big difference in traffic since Peninsula link went in. I can see more and more people looking to move to the Peninsula for the lifestyle benefits given you can be in the city very quickly now via Eastlink.

electriccars
electriccars

The new Mordialloc Freeway will also reduce the commute time and further attract new buyers to the area. It will reduce the commute by at least 10mins!

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"A nice quiet suburb with a beautiful village"

Mt Eliza is a lovely quiet place to live. It is not too far from Melbourne and easy distance to all the peninsula has to offer. Shopping is quite good and it is close to Frankston for the bigger stores like Myer, target and K-mart.

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"Mount Eliza A Great Place to Live and Holiday"

If you are from Mt Eliza You do not boast of how great it is to live there. 'World's Best Kept Secret' is on the lips of all who live there. Good Beaches, schools, cafe's restaurants (Italian, Vietnamese, French, Chinese, Tapas,Japanese, Pub, Bar and Fine Dining, Several fine dining restaurants) Good Value Real Estate. Good Transport and access roads to Melbourne CBD. Gateway to Mornington Peninsula and acces to many wineries stawberry, rasberry and produce from farmers markets.

Restaurants to name a few are Vinnies, Spoon at Mount Eliza, Manyung Gallery (Great Art & Food) Bistro Maison, Canadian Bay Bistro. The Nursery on the corner of Mt Eliza Way & Nepean Highway. Many Cafes. Great for spotting Celebrities. Supermarkets - Safeway and Richies. Several hairdressers, pharmacies Two Great butchers and meat from the supermarkets are great. Fresh produse store and several great bakeries. Mens, children, ladies clothing & boutique shops.

Mount Eliza is not a public thoroughfare so you do not get the tourists. Quaint village, tree lined streets. Safe and Friendly

Easy public transport to the Melbourne CBD and Portsea Great shuttle bus to Melbourne Airport

A great selection of schools and kindergardens to choose from. Great sense of community Good recreational facilities. Permanent caring community with a great level of participation from residents who look after their own.

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"Lovely village"

Lovely spot, with great landscape and schools. Nice beaches although Mornington and Frankston beaches are a little better.

johnmteliza
johnmteliza

Disagree Have you been to all the beaches? Kunyung & Earimil has beautiful sand & deep water. Ranelagh has great boating and two areas between the rocks with deep water and sandbanks Great snorkelling Very private minus the crowds. Canadian Bay has great boating sand banks shallow good for young children. All have great views of Melbournes skyline Good for fireworks New Years Eve. All have great back drop of sanstone cliffs and Victorian boat houses. Peferct venue for destination weddings. Frankston has the drunks and rif raff tripping over you

melaniesimpson
melaniesimpson

Yes I have been to all the beaches on The Peninsula (bar none) including those mentioned by you and they are nice. Davey's Bay is particularly quiet and very nice also. But if you travel down the road you will realise that beaches such as Mills, Mt Martha, McCrae, even Carrum & Seaford et al are all aesthetically nicer beaches.

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"The best suburb in Melbourne"

City meets the country
Friendly neighbours
Safe & secure

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johnmteliza
johnmteliza

Totally agree

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"Best bayside suburb of Melbourne"

Mt Eliza is a unique community where the bush meets the sea. Some argue that Mt Eliza is a bayside suburb of Melbourne because it's only an hour from Melbourne Airport and 45 minutes to the city. Others insist it's a seaside village on the Mornington Peninsula. Whichever way you look at it, is an easy commute to the city or any other part of Melbourne. Mt Eliza has a wonderful seaside village atmosphere which hasn't changed since I was a kid and many of my old friends have never left the area. Although the value of real estate is high, the locals are very friendly and have a great community spirit.

The best streets in Mt Eliza are not necessarily those closest to the beach. The Mt Eliza Woodland, which is the leafy timbered area bordered by Nepean and Moorooduc Highways, and Canadian Bay and Humphries Roads, is a unique part of Victoria because it's covered in trees and indigenous shrubs and the blocks are 2/3 acre or more. The real estate in this tightly held pocket is highly prized.

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johnmteliza
johnmteliza

Totally agree with all above but having lived in Mt Eliza for over 30 years at one satge I thought I would buy the other side of the highway because the blocks are bigger tennis courts pool etc but I am gal we stuck by the beach and public transport is fantastic in old age as well as when the children were young It allowed them to be more independant Consider the Ranelagh Estate Good value for money

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"The best place in the world"

I love mount eliza, a very safe place to bring up children, great beaches, great resteraunts, cosy village, friendly people

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"A beautiful area and a genuine lifestyle choice for every family"

Mount Eliza is a wonderful seaside area full of birds, trees and relaxed friendly people. Mt Eliza folk don't feel like rodents in a rat race - and that's not surprising because they live in one of the most beautiful areas in Australia, the Mornington Peninsula. The shopping centre in Mt Eliza is a quaint and prosperous little village where you can spend your cash in exclusive boutiques or op shops, read the papers and eat a delicious breakfast in one of the terrific coffee shops, take a long walk on the beach, watch multi-coloured lorikeets winging through the sky, see wild ducks and their babies waddling down your street, shop in nearby Frankston or Mornington - and all this only an hour from Melbourne's CBD! We have lived all over Melbourne but after 5 years in Mt Eliza, we know we could never leave it - we feel so very lucky to live in this lovely country-style area.

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johnmteliza
johnmteliza

Totally agree Also good for the trendy, gays & lesbians. One does not go to the village in old dungarees and there are many gays and lesbians in Mt Eliza

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"Luxury lifestyle at the start of the Mornington Pensinsula"

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