Yes, we manage Airbnb properties all around Victoria including greater Melbourne, Mornington Peninsular, Geelong, Ballarat and more than that. Please call us on 1800 550 888 for more information.
It depends on suburbs, property types and seasonality. A short answer according to a research in 2021 by AirDNA, it is averagely 72%. Airbnb averaged $151 per night throughout the Melbourne area, with an occupancy rate of 72%.
Though best known for its coffee, food and cultural scene, Melbourne also has its fair share of charming beaches. When it comes to Melbourne beaches, most people think of St. Kilda. It's true, St. Kilda beach screams seaside vibes and long summer days on the ocean. But Melbourne isn't a one beach city. For those of you who love spending your holidays on the beach, Melbourne doesn't disappoint. Below are some of the most popular and famous suburbs for beaches:
Immigrants from all over the world, particularly China and the Americas, helped influence Melbourne's culture during the 1850s Victorian gold rush and the decades that followed. Melbourne has given rise to a multitude of distinct cultural qualities and institutions over time, and it is now one of the world's most multicultural cities. It's a melting pot of creativity expressed in its arts, design, fashion, and events, and it's a city that inspires. Victoria celebrates a strong artistic culture that is ready to be explored, from theatre shows and live music to comedy clubs and fashion shows.
Yes, Airbnb is legal in Melbourne. As long as you have the rights to lease your space. Any accommodation advertised must not violate the lease or rental agreements and must comply with all applicable zoning laws - according to Airbnb terms and conditions.
So as long as you own the house/apartment or have permission from the property owner and align with the zoning restrictions, you are free to list your Airbnb properties to earn short rental income.