Holiday Rental Properties in Beautiful St Andrews

St Andrews Beach, or Capri Beach as it was previously known until the 1960’s, is a small coastal town nestled among the sand dunes between Gunnamatta and Rye. The beautiful waters of Bass Strait make St Andrews Beach a popular surf spot all year round and forms part of a 35 km stretch of beach from Cape Schanck to Portsea.

This town is the perfect place to stay for people who want to get away from the crowds, it is quieter as it doesn’t have any shopping strips or restaurants which are found throughout the rest of the Mornington Peninsula. It’s a great spot for enjoying natures wonders, exploring the beach and sand dunes whilst still only a short drive to lovely restaurants or cafes. St Andrews is also popular with golfers, with a scenic golf course located in the famous Cups region of the Mornington Peninsula which has some of the trickiest greens in Australia.


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Saltaire St Andrews Beach

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Holiday Accommodation at St Andrews Beach

Coast & Country Getaways has beautiful accommodation available for your stay at St Andrews Beach. We have rental properties that are in walking distance to the beach with lovely uninterrupted views of Arthurs Seat to Cape Schanck, as well as the St Andrew’s Golf Course.

You can also find accommodation with:

  • Pool (outdoor and indoor)
  • Spa
  • Hot tub
  • Patio with al fresco dining
  • BBQ facilities
  • Spectacular views

We also have holiday homes available where you can bring your pets, but this must be arranged prior to booking.

St Andrews Beach topography

St Andrews Beach has unusual topography and is of scientific interest due to it being the eastern section of the Nepean Peninsula Duna system, known as ‘The Cups Country’. The area is unique in Victoria as usually these dunes are found in long parallel ridges but in The Cups the ridge system has been blown around, forming humps and hollows. The Cups Country is 2,500 ha in total.

How to get to St Andrews Beach

The best way to get to St Andrews Beach is by car. From the Melbourne CBD, it’s 103 km to St Andrews Beach and takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes.

If you’re flying from interstate or overseas, the closest airports are Tullamarine Airport in Melbourne or Avalon Airport just outside of Geelong.

It is possible to get to St Andrews Beach by public transport but it’s time-consuming. From Melbourne you take the train to Frankston and then catch two buses to get to St Andrews Beach.

Places to check out near St Andrews Beach

There’s plenty of things to do on the Mornington Peninsula, and even though St Andrews Beach is quite secluded it’s only a short drive to get to most tourist attractions, surf spots and walks.

Some popular things to do include:

  • Peninsula Hot Springs
  • Rye Ocean Beach
  • Cape Schanck Lighthouse
  • Mornington Peninsula National Park
  • St Andrews Beach Golf Course
  • Gunnamatta Beach
  • Boag Rocks
  • The National Golf Club
  • Fingal Beach

For those wanting to go scuba diving or snorkelling, there are plenty of spots in Blairgowrie, Sorrento and Portsea. There are a number of diving companies on the Peninsula that organise dive trips also.

Where to eat and drink near St Andrews Beach

While St Andrews Beach doesn’t have a lot of dining options, it is quite well known for its brewery. St Andrews Beach Brewery offers a great range of food including quick bites to full meals. Make sure you try a local beer too while you’re here.

The surrounding towns of St Andrews Beach have plenty more options for you, from cheap eats to fine dining. Mornington Peninsula is one of Victoria’s most famous wine regions and many wineries have excellent restaurants and cafes.

Below are just a few options for dining near St Andrews Beach:

  • Veraison Restaurant
  • Ten Minutes by Tractor
  • The Milbri
  • Loquat
  • Spitfire Restaurant and Grill
  • Del Posto 2409
  • Imola Red Café
  • Steam Restaurant
  • Bistro Elba