Services include onsite activity options - Team Building Programs, Canoeing, Stand Up Paddle on the Lake, Tree Climb and offsite activities - Sailing, SNorkelling, Sea Kayaking & Bike Riding or Hire.
Stunning vistas with two lodges and campgrounds, set on green rolling hills down to the swimming lake and wetlands. 36 acre property for back to nature experiences.
Accommodation Details: Bunkhouse (> 12 beds per room), Cabins (up to 12 beds), Bathrooms under same roof as accommodation, Heating, Cooling, Separate staff / teacher accommodation, Tent / caravan sites available
Catering Details: Both Full and Self Catering Available
Attractions Nearby: Peninsula Hot Springs: Visit the refreshing, natural Peninsula Hot Springs in Rye
Bay Beaches: Go for a stroll along a 30 km long stretch of beach on Port Phillip Bay
With calm, clean and inviting waters it's a family friendly, popular destination for many visitors. You can sunbathe, swim in the bay, go snorkeling around the piers or take a leisurely walk.
Ocean Back Beaches: The Mornington Peninsulas Back Beaches offer some of the most visually striking cliff-sides, rock platforms and exhilarating waves in Victoria. With over 16 patrolled beaches, each one offers a unique slice of the ocean's beauty and grace. - Mornington Peninsula National Park and Point Nepean National Park: Visit Bushranger's Bay, the Blowhole, Cape Schank, London Bridge - with over 40 lookout points capturing the unforgettable and picturesque scenery of the Mornington Peninsula. - Historic Sorrento: Sorrento boasts Victoria's oldest and most revered historic settlements to visit. From the State's first colonial towns to the batteries where Australia's first shots of World War I and II were fired from, you can visit these preserved monuments that helped shape our Australia today. The Sorrento Museum is worth a visit, located in a beautifully maintained limestone building dating back to the 1860s it is the ideal family friendly Peninsula destination.