Accommodation in Safety Beach

Only a 15-minute drive from Mount Martha is the beautiful Safety Beach on the Mornington Peninsula. The name comes from the calm and shallow water, which makes it ideal for children to play and swim. There are great views of the Mount Martha peak in the north and Arthurs Seat in the south. Safety Beach is a great place to bring the whole family.

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Where to stay in Safety Beach

Coast & Country Getaways has a number of holiday beach houses that are within walking distance of the shops, cafes and beach. No matter whether you’re travelling with a big group or just your partner, we have the right size accommodation for your trip.

At Coast & Country Getaways you can find properties that include:

– Air conditioning

– Clean bed linen

– Central heating

– Parking

– Wi-Fi

– Pet-friendly

– Swimming pool

– And much more

Just remember to get in touch with us first before bringing your pet because not all our properties allow animals. We also charge a $80 cleaning fee per stay.

How to get to Safety Beach

Safety Beach is not far from Melbourne, only 73 kilometres away. It takes about one hour and 15-minute to get there by car.

You can catch public transport to Safety Beach, but you’ll have to catch a train and a bus, as the train line from Melbourne ends at Frankston Station. From Frankston you can take a bus to Safety Beach but be aware that the buses don’t run very frequently especially on weekends.

Things to do in Safety Beach

There are plenty of things to do down at Safety Beach so below are just the top highlights.

Safety Beach Bay Trail

If you need to stretch your legs after being in the car, the Safety Beach Bay Trail is a lovely walk that isn’t demanding. Taking about two hours to complete, the walk starts at the Martha Cove Underpass and heads south past the Sailing Club. There’s plenty to see along the way including the Safety Beach Jetty, the colourful bathing boxes and a memorial to William Buckley.

If you’re feeling adventurous, you might like to do the full Bay Trail which runs from Safety Beach all the way to Portsea and takes about 15 hours to complete.