Mt Eliza is a self-sufficient village with all of the major banks, two supermarkets and over 150 specialty boutiques and service businesses.  It is increasingly becoming known as a popular hot spot for food, fashion and beauty on the Mornington Peninsula.

A refreshing point of difference about Mt Eliza is the noticeable lack of chain stores and franchise businesses. Most businesses are owner-operated, giving the village a unique point of difference and cosmopolitan edge that sets it distinctly apart from other shopping destinations.

The Mt Eliza Farmers Market is a particular highlight on the fourth Sunday of every month and has been an outstanding success since its inception in March 2010. One of only 17 Farmers Markets in Victoria to be accredited by the Victorian Farmers Market Association, and the only accredited market on the Mornington Peninsula, this popular Chamber of Commerce initiative attracts thousands to the streets for fresh, local, organic produce.

Not commonly recognised as a tourism destination, visitors to the Mornington Peninsula would be well served to take a detour through this hidden gem and spend a day soaking up the sunshine and ambience and enjoying the ultimate SHOP, TASTE, INDULGE experience.