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“We’re trying to support local business so
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The VIP program is free, and entitles their cli-
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Sandy Point SEJ Real Estate, has been hectic
in the lead up to summer.
“Very busy is an understatement. We’re look-
ing forward to a beautiful summer,” holiday rent-
als manager Rose Adams said.
According to Rose a large majority of their
clients come from Melbourne to holiday in Sandy
Sandy Point’s population of 227 grows to sev-
eral thousand during the holiday period.
“We have 80 rental properties on the market,
there is always one time during the Christmas
period where we are all booked out,” Ms Adams
Sandy Point rental properties range between
$980 and $3000 for a week stay.
Stockdale and Leggo Real Estate in Inverloch
have also been booming in the lead up to the holi-
“We are having a bumper season for holiday
rentals. This is our busiest year to date. We have
been fully booked for the Christmas and New
Year week and heavily booked for the weeks fol-
lowing that,” agent Adam Leys said.
Stockdale and Leggo Inverloch has well over
100 holiday properties on the market at present.
Prices for a weekly stay range from $950 to
$4000 for peak period bookings.
The majority of their tenants come from Mel-
bourne, but they come from as close as Leongatha
and as far away as the UK and USA.
“I think summer will be very busy again this
season. There seems to be an ever increasing
awareness of Inverloch as a fantastic year round
tourist destination, particularly amongst people
who have traditionally holidayed on the Morn-
ington Peninsula or the Surf Coast.” Mr Leys
Holiday rentals snapped up
Holiday rush: Stockdale and Leggo Inverloch’s Adam Leys said this year has been the busi-
est year to date for holiday rentals. He is pictured in front of a stunning property for sale at
15 William Street, Inverloch.
HOLIDAY rental interest is booming.
Local real estate agents have been extremely
busy leading into the peak holiday period as the
population spikes in the major coastal towns.
Alex Scott and Staff Real Estate in Venus Bay
has been a family owned and operated business
for 14 years now.
It deals with sales, holiday rentals as well as
permanent rentals in Venus Bay and the surround-
ing towns of Tarwin Lower and Walkerville.
The agents were extremely busy in preparation
“We’ve had huge interest this year in rental
properties. The cooler weather this summer hasn’t
affected us at all. If anything, this is probably the
busiest year we’ve had,” agent Daniel Lawrie
There were 130 holiday properties booked in
All properties are booked out at different times
throughout the summer.
Holiday rental properties in Venus Bay range
between $600 and $3000 for a week stay.
Alex Scott and Staff in Venus Bay offer premi-
um properties and standard beach houses, along
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