The village is named after a town in Scotland. If it looks a little familiar to you, you may very well have seen the village before – it has featured on many different travel programs and documentaries.Things to do
The beaches in and around Blairgowrie are some of the best in the whole of Victoria. A major draw to the area, you can enjoy relaxing on the sandy shores, swimming in the sea, and exploring rolling sand dunes. Discover your own little secluded cove and relax in peace and quiet. The small reefs are teeming with marine life. Boating is also popular – take to the waves, shout "ahoy there!" and be your own captain for the day! Climb the craggy cliffs for incredible sweeping views of the ocean and village. There are a number of great walking tracks to where you can enjoy the crisp and fresh sea air as you explore. Mornington Peninsula National Park is also close by, offering even more fantastic walking opportunities as well as excellent nature spotting.Shopping and dining
There is a good selection of places to eat and drink and the main shopping area can be found on Pt Nepean Road.Getting here and around
Arranging a flight to Melbourne is the easiest way to get to Blairgowrie, and you can book your flight and Blairgowrie hotel at the same time for total convenience and peace of mind. As Blairgowrie is a fairly small village it is easy to get out and about by foot.
Hotels in Blairgowrie start at AU$110 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.