Just 20 kilometres from Melbourne, Victoria, Beaumaris is a lovely suburb surrounded by countless activities and wonderful things to do. The town of about 12,500 people is surrounded by water on three sides and is situated near both the Watkins Bay and the Beaumaris Bay, providing guests with plenty of water and beach activities to participate in. The coastline features both sandy beaches and rocky cliffs, and a walking path runs near the shore and is a popular place to take a bike ride. Beaumaris is a wonderful destination for those visiting the Melbourne area who want to enjoy the water.
Beaumaris features some incredible places to stay including several Beaumaris holiday rentals. These Melbourne accommodation options are fully furnished homes that give guests privacy and spacious and comfortable quarters. These remarkable Beaumaris accommodation come with a variety of popular amenities, such as private balconies, flat screen televisions, laundry facilities, and more, and they are perfect for families and small groups.
Because Beaumaris is so close to the water and a variety of beaches, it is a wonderful place to stay for those looking to visit Port Phillip. Several beaches line the coast such as Beaumaris Beach near Table Rock Point. Both rock reefs and sand occupy the beach, and it's a wonderful place to explore and swim or fish. This area is also a great spot for a picnic. Another popular place to visit on the water is Ricketts Point, which is both a beach area and a marine sanctuary. Visitors can also go boating and take part in other water sports, and biking along the coast is common.
Beaumaris is not only popular for its beaches and rocky cliffs, but it is also a wonderful place for golfers to take pleasure in. With many golf courses scattering the area, several can be found within Beaumaris itself such as the Royal Melbourne Golf Club, and others are only a short drive away. Other popular activities include visiting one of the many Beaumaris art galleries, all within a few minutes of each other, or travelling to one of the many museums in the Melbourne area. A variety of tour options present themselves, many within the town of Beaumaris, but others aren't a far drive away. Buses, bike, helicopter tours, and more are popular ways to tour the area. Additional attractions include numerous gardens, reserves, and parks where travellers can enjoy native wildlife species or recreational activities.
Getting around is not difficult, as there are many means of public transportation. Several bus routes run through Beaumaris that take visitors to other suburbs, and some of these bus routes meet up with railways so that guests can get on the train to get to other attractions, airports, and towns and cities.