Found along the Nepean Highway, Rosebud is a medium-sized suburb of about 13,000 people. Sandy beaches and shallow waters provide a lot of space for families to partake in sun, sand, and sea.
Arthurs Seat is the highest point of the entire Mornington Peninsula, which makes the walk to the top a popular activity for locals and visitors alike. The Rosebud Pier extends 300 meters into the water and is a popular fishing spot.
Several golf courses take advantage of the pleasant climates and sweeping views Rosebud has. Nature abounds all around Rosebud, with a large 300 hectare wetland playing host to a huge variety of endangered flora and fauna.