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Popular amenities for Mount Beauty holiday rentals

Stay near Mount Beauty's top sights

Mount Beauty Bakery (Licenced)9 locals recommend
Mount Beauty Gorge Walk12 locals recommend
Mount Beauty Visitor Information Centre5 locals recommend
FoodWorks9 locals recommend
Bombay Velvet Bar And Restaurant4 locals recommend
Kiewa Valley Snowsports3 locals recommend

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Mount Beauty

  • Total rentals

    60 properties

  • Rentals with a pool

    10 properties have a pool

  • Pet-friendly rentals

    10 properties allow pets

  • Family-friendly rentals

    50 properties are a good fit for families

  • Total number of reviews

    3.4K reviews

  • Nightly prices starting at

    $47 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Mount Beauty

Welcome to Mount Beauty

The town of Mount Beauty earns its name, delivering postcard-perfect alpine scenery in Victoria’s High Country, northeast of Melbourne. This is the Kiewa Valley, dominated by the state’s highest peak, Mount Bogong, at 1,986 metres (6,516 feet). Mount Beauty sits at its base, surrounded by 646,000 hectares (1.6 million acres) of the Alpine National Park, the largest of its kind in Victoria. This is nature writ large, a place where wild rivers carve through valleys of snow gums and alpine ash, and where dramatic mountain ridges give way to high plains dusted with powder in winter and wildflowers in spring.

Attractions here revolve around the great outdoors, whether skiing and snowboarding in winter or bushwalking and mountain biking when the melting snow reveals epic trails. For the adventurous, white-water rafting, hang-gliding, and paragliding beckon, while tamer watersports await on the Mount Beauty Pondage, surrounded by walking tracks and parkland.

The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Mount Beauty

When snow falls, Victoria’s High Country is transformed into a winter wonderland. Skiers and snowboarders revel in facilities at the local resort, and surrounding towns — including Mount Beauty — book out well in advance.

The rest of the year brings just as many reasons to visit, from mild summer days spent splashing about in rivers and lakes to spring wildflowers and fiery autumnal colours blanketing countryside webbed with hiking and cycling trails. Each April, you can dance away a weekend at the Mount Beauty Music Festival, which boasts a packed program of blues, roots, country, jazz, and world music.

Top things to do in Mount Beauty

Winter in Falls Creek

Home to Victoria’s largest snow-making facilities and some of the state’s steepest and deepest slopes, the local alpine resort is a magnet for winter-sports enthusiasts — it’s a 40-minute commute here from Mount Beauty by coach or car. Make the most of long downhill trails, hit terrain parks, take a snowshoe tour, or enjoy toboggan runs.

Big Hill & Falls Creek Mountain Bike Parks

From challenging downhill tracks to family-friendly trails, Big Hill is one of Australia’s most popular mountain bike parks. The 40 kilometres of marked tracks make the most of Mount Beauty’s alpine setting, weaving through forest and offering unrivalled views over the Kiewa Valley. From here, it’s just a short drive up the mountain to the equally heart-racing Falls Creek Mountain Bike Park, adding another 40 kilometres of free-flowing trails to the region’s bounty.

Kiewa Valley Historical Society Museum

Mount Beauty was officially founded in 1946 when workers and their families were drawn to build the High Country’s hydroelectric scheme. Discover this fascinating history at the Kiewa Museum, which also hosts exhibitions highlighting the region’s Indigenous population, and that of early European pioneers scaling and documenting the surrounding mountains.

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