What do Moorooduc Quarry, icy bay plunges and Gaelic Sword Fighting all have in common?

What do Moorooduc Quarry, icy bay plunges and Gaelic Sword Fighting all have in common?

Under the misty veil of a bitterly chilly winter’s morning, immersed in icy sea water lapping the bottom of Oliver’s Hill, you may find a spirited pod of Mount Eliza Kunyung Primary School mums and dads swimming. They swim for fitness, but also for the challenge.  It is cold!!  

How to cultivate a music festival: from seed to full bloom

How to cultivate a music festival: from seed to full bloom

Over 60 hand-picked vocalists, bands, DJs and buskers alongside budding child entrepreneurs will flood into Mount Eliza village on Saturday 4 February 2017 to elevate our village atmosphere to extraordinary.  You don’t want to miss your very own music festival. Here’s why.

Ranelagh Club: past, present and future

Ranelagh Club: past, present and future

Steeped in a rich social history extending back to the 1920s, Mount Eliza’s Ranelagh Club holds a special place in the hearts, minds and social calendars of many local families, past and present. From the moment you turn off the historic Tuart tree adorned Rosserdale Crescent and head down the driveway, promise beckons. 

Meet Michael Baker of Zenibaker Architects

Meet Michael Baker of Zenibaker Architects

Local resident and talented architect Michael Baker exudes enthusiasm for all things creative. Architecture, landscapes, family, food, surfing and community featured throughout our interview. Michael spoke fervently about the incredibly diverse creative community that live and work in Mount Eliza and across the Mornington Peninsula. Read on >>

Meet Vicki Sayers of Live Love Mount Eliza

Meet Vicki Sayers of Live Love Mount Eliza

Mount Eliza is very close to my heart. I have deep connections here – family, friends, businesses and community organisations and many great memories and stories. Not only did I grow up here, my mother’s family, my father’s family and even my husband Paul’s family have history in and around Mount Eliza. In our Live Love stories, I’ll share some more about my historic connections to the village - and those of other locals too.  So many stories!