5 reasons to visit Safety Beach, Victoria

5 reasons to visit Safety Beach, Victoria

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Down on the picturesque Mornington Peninsula, nestled proudly between Mount Martha and Arthurs Seat is the bayside locale, Safety Beach. “Safety Beach is a much loved part of the Peninsula,” says Retirement Communities Australia (RCA) Sales Manager, Pat Hems. “The Martha Cove Marina has just added to the attractiveness of the locality. Demand has been high – people who live locally are so pleased that they can enjoy a secure retirement without leaving the area they are so fond of. In fact, we have even reserved villas for a couple of our Beleura Village residents so they can ‘return home’ to Safety Beach!”

Below are five reasons to visit Safety Beach this summer.

Safety Beach Foreshore

The calm and shallow waters of Dromana Bay and views of Mount Martha to one side, Arthurs Seat to the other, make this an ideal spot to walk your dog or take a dip and cool off.

Martha Cove Development

A stunning development featuring a 600 berth marina built around a large network of man-made inland channels.

Safety Beach Country Club

A resort-style golf course just across the road from our newest retirement village location (Martha Cove Village). The 18 hole course features a restaurant, tennis courts, palm trees and several integrated lakes. Find out more by visiting their homepage - Safety Beach Country Club.

Provincia Foodstore

An increasingly popular continental deli, gelateria, green grocer, panini and coffee bar all in one - right on the beach! A little bit of Italy right on your doorstep. A great spot to pick up some celebratory nibblies for the festive season, and gourmet gifts. Take a look at their Facebook page - Provincia Safety Beach.

Mornington Peninsula's Surrounds

Safety Beach is just a hop, step and a jump away from Arthur’s Seat, Dromana, Red Hill, wineries, the Peninsula Hot Springs, spas, galleries, garden mazes and much, much more!

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